It seems like six-foot-nine enforcer Wellington Dunn’s hockey career with the Halifax Buccaneers is about to come to end and that he can now devote his time to finishing his Master’s degree in Russian literature. That is, until the Ottawa Senators sign centreman Vasily Pisov, whose father is head of Russian intelligence. Overnight, Dunn finds himself recruited by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service to play in the NHL and spy on Pisov. What ensues is a zany romp through the worlds of hockey and espionage. Warning: This book contains sex and humour.