Authors › Alan Hahn
Alan Hahn Books
Alan Hahn co-hosts "Hahn & Humpty" on 98.7 FM ESPN New York, along side Rick DiPietro from noon-3 p.m. on weekdays. He has hosted shows on 98.7 since 2012. In addition to his work on the radio, Hahn has appeared on television pre-game shows for the New York Knicks on MSG Network since 2011.Hahn wrote for Newsday until 2011, covering the Islanders and Knicks at different points in his tenure there. He is the published author of five books, including Fish Sticks: The Fall and Rise of the New York Islanders (2003), Birth of a Dynasty: The 1980 New York Islanders (2004), Bruin Redemption: The Stanley Cup Returns to Boston (2011), 100 Things a Knicks Fan Should Know and Do Before They Die (2012) and The New York Knicks: The Complete Illustrated History (2012).
4 books on the list
Best Books First
Playing in the “Basketball Mecca” of Madison Square Garden, the New York Knickerbockers are a team steeped in history. With origins dating back to 1946 in the Basketball Association of America, the Knicks were a charter member of the NBA and have boasted a long list of all-time great players, from Harry “The Horse” Gallatin to Walt “Clyde” Frazier ...
The National Hockey League saw the birth of a new dynasty in 1980. The New York Islanders had been an expansion franchise in 1972 in the New York City suburbs of Long Island. For years they played in the long shadow of the big-city New York Rangers and were considered the league's laughingstock during their first season. Miraculously, eight years l...
100 Things Knicks Fans Should Know Do Before They Die
Alan Hahn - Oct 05, 2012 (first published in 2011)
Initiating new fans into the world of Knicks lore or reminding die-hard supporters why this New York NBA team is always their number one, this entertaining resource distills 66 years of team history into the top 100 things to know and do—encouraging Knicks fans to live each day like it’s a playoff run. Most Knicks fans have experienced a game in Ma...
Relive the Moment When the Bruins Won It All! After thirty-nine torturous, winless years, the Bruins finally returned home with their prize - but bringing the Stanley Cup back to Boston was no easy feat.The heated series, arguably the scrappiest in play off history, took a toll on the Black and Gold and their fans. Brutal hits and at-the-buzzer los...