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Straight Shooter: The Brad Park Story

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The official biography of an NHL legendBy the time he retired, Brad Park had surpassed the great Bobby Orr in career assists by a defenseman. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible, and later named one of the Top 100 NHL players of all time by "The Hockey News," Park will forever be remembered as one of the greatest men ever to take the ice. T ...more
ebook, 48 pages
Published July 20th 2012 by John Wiley & Sons
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Marvin
Nov 06, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A thorough and detailed bio of the Bruins/Rangers star. Obviously well-researched, this is not a typical hockey star bio. Brad's story is told through numerous interview quotes (most of them new for this book), but we also get new interview quotes from many of his teammates, coaches, opponents and family members. You need to be a committed fan of 70s NHL hockey to get the most out of this, but it's all woven together into a strong, engaging narrative.
Neil
May 15, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
When someone offers you a book, it is rude not to read it. Otherwise, I would not have read this book. I deliberately avoid autobiographies and authorized biographies because they are inherently self-serving. There should be rule that no one's life can be chronicled until after he's dead. I certainly don't want Brad Park to die. I enjoyed reading about his life, his family and his career both on and off the ice.

However, this book was too often a dull recitation of 17 years worth of game scores.
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