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DEREK SANDERSON grew up in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and played for the Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks and Pittsburgh Penguins of the NHL, as well as the Philadelphia Blazers of the WHA. A former sports commentator, Sanderson is currently an investment professional in Boston, where he serves as a financial advisor for athletes.
KEVIN SHEA is the editor of publications for the Hockey Hall of Fame and the author of twelve hockey books, including Barilko: Without a Trace and Lord Stanley: The Man Behind the Cup. Shea is the recipient of the 2012 Brian McFarlane Award for excellence in research and writing.
A very well written book about the life and times of a very colorful Hockey player who was a very good player . Read morePublished 2 months ago by Neil
I always get great products and quick shipping when dealing with Amazon. I have never had any problem. The product is always a great as I expect it to be. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lee
A very good autobiography. I watched Derek play at Maple Leaf Gardens in the 1970's when he was with the Bruins. I think he grew up lot and learned from his mistakes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Linda Cowan
Great book about the life of Derek Sanderson. We learn that life can be hazardous for people with too much money to spend.Published 16 months ago by Martin Charpentier
The book is as described.
I'm unsure how this book was removed from the circulation system at a public library. Read more
Great story. What a wild life. It did drag on a little bit and go over the same stories and views a few times.Published 20 months ago by chad silvari
Pretty good read. lt seemed that he glossed over what should have been some of the juicier recollections of his heyday, l guess he either couldn't remember or didn't want to get... Read morePublished on July 8 2013 by Steve McLean