Pierre Turgeon: The Playmaker (Sport Snaps)
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The book also stands alone as a welcome edition to any hockey fans library. From the Publisher As publishers we chose to produce a book that would encourage young hockey players to read as well as to perserveer in their life goals.
Louis and has appeared regularly on radio stations KTRS, KMOX, and KSHE. Gordon was born on Dec. 9, 1956, in Royal Oak, Mich. He and his wife, Leigh Anne, have two daughters, Jennifer and Cara, and live in West St. Louis County. He co-hosts a show on KFNS radio in St. Jeff Gordon is a 1979 graduate of the University
Three of Pierre's childhood friends have Stanley Cup rings. Pierre, a French speaking Canadian, has struggled ! all of his professional career with the difficulties of dealing with the media and coaches in a second language. What more could a French Canadian hockey player desire than being the captain of the Montreal Canadiens, playing the last game in the famed Montreal Forum and opening a new facility, the Molson Center? Pierre Turgeon will tell you that although that was the event he will neve
K77Flame@aol.com said An Excellent Book for All Hockey Fans. I would reccommend this book to any hockey fan. I think that Pierre Turgeon is one of the most underrated players in the NHL. Every year he is among the scoring leaders in the league. The media always make negative comments about him saying that he is a soft player, he has no heart or intensity and chokes in the playoffs. This book helps to contradict those ideas by showing that he is a determined and competitive player focused on winning, even if he is not the most phsyical player in the game. This is a story about a player who has faced criticism throughout his career, much of it undeserved, and has went on to