Author Steven O'Connor’s new book “Too Many Men on the Ice” is a true story that follows two Boston Bruins fans and cousins on a road trip across Canada to Alaska

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Recent release “Too Many Men on the Ice” from Page Publishing author Steven O'Connor is a captivating tale that follows two cousins, Steve and Dan, who share a love for the Bruins and road trips. Combining these two loves together, they set off on an unforgettable journey across Canada, learning about themselves and the birthplace sport they love so much along the way.

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Steven O'Connor, a lifelong Bruins fan who currently teaches social studies and coaches track, has completed his new book “Too Many Men on the Ice”: a fascinating true story that follows two cousins as they embark on a life changing road trip in pursuit of their love of hockey and the special bond they share.

“This coming-of-age story follows two fanatical Boston Bruins fans, Steve and Dan, across Canada to Alaska, chasing 1979 Stanley Cup dreams,” writes O’Connor. “Throughout their journey, these young men learn a lot about Canadian hospitality and the beautiful country that created the greatest game of all time: hockey.”

Published by Page Publishing, Steven O'Connor’s riveting tale will take readers on a fascinating ride as the author recounts the last big road trip he and his cousin managed to take, and how it stayed with them long after they reached their destination. As O’Connor’s story unfolds, readers will discover the lengths these two cousins will go in order to chase after their love of hockey and the Bruins that forever binds them.

Readers who wish to experience this exhilarating work can purchase “Too Many Men on the Ice” 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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