“One Game at a Time – A Season To Remember”

Now on sale!

My new four-volume set of books, “One Game at a Time – A Season to Remember” are now available for purchase. You can buy all four volumes of the series on either Amazon.com or through me directly.

To buy the book(s) on Amazon, click this link: “One Game at a Time – A Season to Remember.”

You can order all four volumes in one single version, the e-Book version, through Amazon. (The four separate volumes will also be available as e-Books on Amazon.)

For readers looking for signed copies, I can provide both hardcover and paperback versions for a discounted rate.

On Amazon.com, the paperback versions retail for $19.99 each. The hardcover versions retail for $24.99 each.

It was my goal to lower the price-point of these books, but each volume runs over 400 pages each, which in turn, meant I had to raise the price a little, in order to cover printing costs and Amazon fees.

However, if you purchase all four volumes through me, I can provide a bundle package discount.

For $75, you can get all four volumes (paperback version) signed. (U.S. customers/readers only.)

For $90, you can get all four volumes (hardcover version) signed. (U.S. customers/readers only.)

Both bundle packages include shipping costs.

I can accept Paypal, Venmo or check.

Rather than providing a bunch of different payment buttons, and to make it easier for me (I’m a one-man show here), please email BULLSMC@aol.com with your pre-order request and preferred method of payment.

If you’d rather me email you, list your email address in the COMMENTS section and I’ll get back to you.

For international readers/customers, please email me for a shipping quote and what country the books will be going to.

Of note, if you’re not interested in having all four volumes, and just want one volume, Amazon.com will have you covered.

Here are the covers of each volume:

This is the e-Book cover.

Here is the Amazon.com description of the book:

“One Game at a Time – A Season to Remember” is a game-by-game recap of the New York Rangers’ comeback 2021-22 season – the first successful season of a brand new era of Rangers’ history.

The kindle version of this book includes all four volumes of “One Game at a Time – A Season to Remember,” including “Dawn of a New Day,” “The Rise of Czar Igor,” “The Tree of Trouba,” and “The Playoffs.”

Following the heels of one of the most dramatic and controversy-plagued seasons in all of franchise history (the 2020-21 season), the Blueshirts used the 2021-22 campaign to complete one of the biggest 180’s in their near one hundred years worth of history, where by the end of it – the Rangers finished the season as the third-best team in all of the NHL.

Behind both a new general manager/team president (Chris Drury) and a new head coach (Gerard Gallant), the Rangers had one of their best regular seasons yet during the 2021-22 season, where they finished with 52 wins (tied for second-best in franchise history) and 110 points (third-best in franchise history).

The Rangers not only had team success during the 2021-22 season, but many superstars, including Chris Kreider, Artemi Panarin, Igor Shestyorkin, Adam Fox, Barclay Goodrow, Jacob Trouba, Mika Zibanejad, Ryan Strome, Alexis Lafreniere, K’Andre Miller and more, all had the best seasons of their individual careers.

For a team that many thought wouldn’t even reach the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the start of the season – the Rangers then went on to have a strong postseason run, where they ultimately finished two games shy of reaching the Stanley Cup Final.

From the author of “The New York Rangers Rink of Honor and the Rafters of Madison Square Garden;” “One Game at a Time – A Season to Remember” is a compilation of writings from Sean McCaffrey’s BlueCollarBlueShirts.com website, where every Rangers game played from the 2021-22 season (82 regular season games and 20 playoff games) are fully recapped.

Re-live every big goal, save, hit, win, Game Seven victories, and more from the Rangers’ 2021-22 season during “One Game at a Time – A Season to Remember.”

This compilation set of books of my writings, which cover the 2021-22 season, also include every bad photoshop made from the season – a selling point for some of you!

Lastly, and as a disclaimer, in the attempt to not mislead anyone – this four-volume set is a compilation/compendium of my blogs from this site which covered the 2021-22 season. I don’t want to fool anyone into thinking that this volume set is 100% original material.

While there is original material included, I want to be honest with everyone, as you guys and gals are the target audience – about 10% of the book is original content. Again, I just don’t want to deceive anyone.

Once the books go on sale, I’ll include the introduction to the four-volume set on this site.

To give you a spoiler on why I felt I had to put this four-volume set out there; basically, I believe that the 2021-22 season needed to be put into book form – even if it’s just for Ranger historians of the future, when I’m long-and-dead. (I say this from first-hand experience, as when I do my own research about the Rangers from yesteryear, it’s not that easy finding books, articles, interviews, etc about those early teams.)

Lastly while on this title; very often, I am asked some form of the following question, “how do you run your site with no ads, spyware and/or Patreon links?”

If you’re one of these people who ask me about this, this is how: book sales!

Rather than asking you for your money via Patreon, GoFatherFinkMe, or whatever other crowd-funding/sourcing sites that other bloggers/fan sites use (any donations are appreciated, but I’d feel like a bum asking for financial contributions without giving anything back in return), I say this – if you want to support the site, buy my books – even a compilation set! They look great on a bookshelf!

And honestly, I know that you guys and gals will. The way you supported my first book tells me all that I need to know! Thanks again!

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Sean McCaffrey


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