Meet authors Ken Daniels — the television voice of the Red Wings since 1997 — and longtime sports columnist Bob Duff, and get a perfect present for the hockey fan in your life, as they sign their book If These Walls Could Talk: Detroit Red Wings: Stories from the Detroit Red Wings Ice, Locker Room, and Press Box!
About the Book
The Detroit Red Wings are one of the most successful and unparalleled teams in the NHL, with 11 Stanley Cup victories and a perpetual playoff presence. Author Ken Daniels, as the longtime play-by-play voice for the Wings, has gotten to witness more than his fair share of that action up close and personal. Through singular anecdotes only Daniels can tell as well as conversations with current and past players, this book provides fans with a one-of-a-kind, insider's look into the great moments, the lowlights, and everything in between. Citizens of Hockeytown will not want to be without this book.
About the Authors
Ken Daniels has been the television voice of the Red Wings since 1997. Daniels also called the 1988 Seoul and 1996 Atlanta Olympics and has lent his voice to motorsports events and Toronto Blue Jays baseball. Daniels won a Michigan Emmy in 2006 when he called a Red Wings-Ottawa Senators game from between the benches at Joe Louis Arena and in 2011, he won the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association’s Ty Tyson Award for broadcast excellence.
Bob Duff is a longtime sports columnist, who has written extensively for the Windsor Star, MSNBC.com, and Hockey Weekly. His work has also appeared in the Hockey News, Beckett Hockey, Faceoff, and Prospects magazine.