1-Foreword-a short introductory statement by someone other than the author. Page- ix
2-Integral-belonging as a part of a whole. Page-3
Personification-Enforcers are hockey players that were used to clean up the dirty play in the NHL by fighting. I know that's personification because, it's a representation of a person that helps clean up dirty play in the NHL. Personification-Goal scorers are hockey players that are the ones that their job is to score goals, and make plays happen to help their team win and not to get into fights. I know that's personification because, it's a representation of a person that helps their team. Simile-Sometimes Goal scorers try to be enforcers by getting into fights, and they're not supposed to do that ever. I know that's a simile because, I'm describing two unlike things and comparing them.
"Fans have no idea just how important having a feared enforcer on your team really is."-Page 21
This quote is important to this book because, the title of this book is called, "The Code", without enforcers in the NHL there wouldn't be a "Code." So by having a feared enforcer on your team it help explains what the "Code" means.
One theme from the book would be, when you reach the level past college hockey don't go after the all star players unless your ready to pay the consequences. Because the enforcers will come after you because, it's part of the "Code."