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by Sean Pronger

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Anyone who’s gotten to the NHL the hard way has a story to tell. No one understands the game better than the guys on the fourth line who fight for their jobs every night. They know all too well what it’s like to watch from the press box or, worse, to be sent to the minors or traded. Sean Pronger has seen it all. He’s played for legendary coaches

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Journeyman 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Most hockey and other sports books are fluff pieces which rarely get into the soul of the game or the reality of pro sports. Journeyman is a great read because Sean is both honest and funny. If there is a fault, it is that Sean was a very good player who went further and achieved more than lots of others with much more talent and ability. He is a credit to the Finish term sisu.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The only problem I have with this book is that Sean was a much better hockey player than he'd care to admit. It was a great read though, fascinating perspective of a grinder that you never get to hear about. There are a lot of fun stories  and war stories
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I went into this book a bit skeptical but was pleasently surprized. It is a perspective of the game we as fans never think abiut. Outside of a couple under handed cheap shots at the new york islanders i say this is a five star read. More interesting and far better written than Roenicks new book.