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J.R.: The Fast, Crazy Life of Hockey's Most Outspoken and Most Colourful Personality Hilarious, Brutally Honest And Controversial, This Bestselling Memoir Follows One Of Hockey S Most Colourful Characters Through His Twenty Years In The Business On The Ice And OffWhether He Was Scoring Top Shelf Goals Or Crushing An Opponent Into The Boards, Jeremy Roenick Widely Known As JR Was Never Shy About The Way He Played Hockey As Much As He Mixed It Up In Front Of The Net, JR An NHL Veteran Of Twenty Years With Five Different Teams, Often Found Himself In The Middle Of Controversy Off Theice As Well Above All Else, JR Was An Entertainer, Never Afraid To Dance On The Blue Line To Liven Up A Game Or To Spend Time With The Fans Now, As A Hockey Broadcaster And Media Personality, Roenick Continues To Inspire Debate As He Lights Up Call In Show Phone Lines With His Rare Mix Of Raw Wit And Cutting CommentaryIn JR Roenick Reveals All, From His Early Hockey Days Commuting To Games Across The Continent To His Time With The Chicago Blackhawks, The Philadelphia Flyers And His Other Teams To Skating With The American Team In International Competition To Acting As Judge On Battle Of The Blades Elaborating On The Events And Opinions That He Is Known For, Including His Famous Media Battle With Patrick Roy, His Claims Of A Bias Against American Players, His Accusation That USA Hockey Had Blackballed Him, And His Thoughts On Wayne Gretzky And The Phoenix Coyotes, Roenick Tells It As Only He Can, In His Own Words

7 thoughts on “J.R.: The Fast, Crazy Life of Hockey's Most Outspoken and Most Colourful Personality

  1. says:

    Ein sehr gutes Buch mit vielen Storys aus der Kabine Wenn man seine YouTube Videos kennt, ein muss f r jeden Fan

  2. says:

    Mein Enkel wollte dieses Bush haben, weil er gerne englische B cher liest Es hat ihm sehr gut gefallen und er w rde es jedem Englisch Fan sehr empfeheln.

  3. says:

    Autobiographies of athletes are like extended interviews than they are great literary compositions Also, hockey players aren t expected to be saints So, for me, the best way to assess books such as these is to judge the level of honesty from the subj

  4. says:

    This is a good book by one of the outspoken ex players and hockey analysts of the NHL Saw J.R play many a night for the Blackhawks and he could really play and hit. I marveled how such a trim 170lber could hit like he did and play fearless. No doubt he s alway

  5. says:

    The book was real and consistent with my other readings about hockey players The fact that JR went overboard in some instances is part of life.

  6. says:

    if you like hockey this is a great, easy book to read I read it one day the stories are funny, intense, brutally honest from J.R.For me I played some hockey against him when I was young and he was a legend growing up The best pure skater I ever saw The funny thing he was a pussy w

  7. says:

    Being a avid hockey fan this book takes back to when hockey players partied hard but still did their job on the ice Jeremy Roenick has been helluva player ambassador and mouthpiece that NHL should use and to rep fresh homestead straight from the heart him not winning a Stanley Cup is mean

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