In this May 3, 2018 photo, author Matt Goldman poses in Minneapolis. The former standup comedian who wrote for TV shows "Seinfeld" and "Ellen" is using that most Minnesotan of events for his second mystery novel: the state high school hockey tournament. Goldman has his private eye Nils Shapiro trying to solve the mystery of a missing teenage girl from Warroad, northern Minnesota's hockey capital, in "Broken Ice," due in June.
In this May 3, 2018 photo, author Matt Goldman poses in Minneapolis. The former standup comedian who wrote for TV shows "Seinfeld" and "Ellen" is using that most Minnesotan of events for his second mystery novel: the state high school hockey tournament. Goldman has his private eye Nils Shapiro trying to solve the mystery of a missing teenage girl from Warroad, northern Minnesota's hockey capital, in "Broken Ice," due in June. Jim Mone AP Photo
In this May 3, 2018 photo, author Matt Goldman poses in Minneapolis. The former standup comedian who wrote for TV shows "Seinfeld" and "Ellen" is using that most Minnesotan of events for his second mystery novel: the state high school hockey tournament. Goldman has his private eye Nils Shapiro trying to solve the mystery of a missing teenage girl from Warroad, northern Minnesota's hockey capital, in "Broken Ice," due in June. Jim Mone AP Photo

Goldman's second crime novel takes off when the puck drops

May 16, 2018 10:05 PM