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Bestselling author and Toronto Sun sportswriter Al Strachan is a fixture in the hockey world. For almost forty years, his hockey insight has been read and enjoyed by fans all across North America. With the respect and friendship of players and coaches from every generation, he often has the inside scoop on hockey's breaking stories. Throughout the years, he has witnessed some of the most exciting, most controversial, and most talked about events in hockey history. His breadth of experience and extensive knowledge of the sport have turned Strachan into a household name. In his latest adventure, Strachan regales fans with tales from the rink that will shock, fascinate, and entertain generations of hockey lovers. From candid conversations with Wayne Gretzky over beers to humorous, never-before revealed secrets about Ken Dryden, Strachan's memoir is sure to deliver some of the most enjoyable stories ever told from hockey's inner circle.
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Al Strachan is a vetreran sportstwriter and bestselling author of Why the Leafs Suck and How They Can Be Fixed, Don Cherry’s Hockey Stories and Stuff, and Go to the Net. Al Strachan, a former columnist with the Toronto Sun, The Globe and Mail and The Montreal Gazette, regularly appears on Hockey Night in Canada and The Score. He can be heard on Sirius Radio. Strachan has been writing about hockey and hanging out with NHL players, coaches, general managers, and owners for thirty-five years. He lives in Toronto and St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
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Book Description Key Porter Books, Fenn Publish, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111551683881