SEAN PRONGER was a professional hockey player who grew up in Dryden, Ontario, and was drafted fifty-first overall by Vancouver in 1991. From 1995 to 2004, he played in the NHL for the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, the Pittsburgh Penguins, the New York Rangers, the Los Angeles Kings, the Boston Bruins, the Columbus Blue Jackets, and the Vancouver Canucks. He played in 260 regular-season games, earning 23 goals and 36 assists for 59 points, picking up 159 penalty minutes. His brother is NHL defenceman Chris Pronger.
sean, you write a very interesting story,one that should be read by all young hockey wanna be's. at least they would do so with eyes openPublished on May 13 2013 by Josephine Pronger
It involves the struggles that Sean had as a hockey player and his battle with addictions throughout his life. It is a moving storyPublished on Feb. 15 2013 by daveo
Really enjoyed this book. What a journey! Amazing what is involved in professional sports. Thank you for an awesome insight with the world of hockey.Published on Jan. 18 2013 by Kevin