Howard’s love affair with the game of hockey started as a young boy playing hockey in the backyards and streets with his neighbours in his hometown of Pittsburgh.
From the days of making nets out of old 2×4’s and chicken wire, to a love of the game that helped to develop a special bond between himself and his father. Howard shares some of his fondest hockey memories including how his dad had sped from a late night of work to make it to Howard’s late night game, and the memory of them “High fiving” through the glass. That special bond became the inspiration for Howard’s first hockey book titled “Hockey Days.”
That first hockey book led him to write two more books on hockey including “Hockey Player For Life” and his latest book “The Hockey Saint.”