Author John Mazzullo’s new book “A Cup Story” is an evocative memoir recalling the journey of the New York Rangers to the 1994 Stanley Cup.

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Recent release “A Cup Story” from Page Publishing author John Mazzullo is a fascinating and fact-filled true story revealing the origins of the “curse” plaguing the New York Rangers from 1940 to 1994.

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John Mazzullo, a bond trader and investment manager and father of four grown children who resides in pastoral Long Valley, New Jersey with his wife, Kathy, has published his latest book “A Cup Story”: an entertaining history of the New York Rangers for hockey fans of all ages.

Mazzullo writes, “Don’t curse the darkness. Light a candle.

Do you believe in curses? Performing actors won’t dare to ever utter the word Macbeth.

Emerging star athletes are afraid to have their likeness on a cover of Sports Illustrated or a Madden NFL video game.

Chicago’s south side fans lived with the Black Sox scandal for eighty-five years while their north-side rivals needed 108 to resolve the Billy Goat curse. The eventual exorcism of the Curse of the Bambino propagated four World Series championships for the Red Sox nation.

The 1940 curse, which plagued the New York Rangers, ended on June 14, 1994. This true story chronicles the unexpected odyssey which culminated in these ordinary fans partaking in one of sports most cherished traditions.”
Published by Page Publishing, John Mazzullo’s engrossing book is a must-read for any hockey or general sports fan.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“A Cup Story” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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