[[ Herunterladen ]] ➽ Tales of a First-Round Nothing (English Edition) Autor Terry Ryan – Islecook.co.uk

Tales of a First-Round Nothing (English Edition) I Never Thought Of Terry Ryans Pro Hockey Career As Memorable Until I Picked Up A Copy Of His Soon To Be Published Book, Tales Of A First Round Nothing My Life As An NHL Footnote The Book Is An Honest, Poignant And Often Funny Look At The Life Of A Player On The Fringe Montreal GazetteThe Title Shows That He S Willing To Have Fun With His Career, While The Book Shows That He S Willing To Have Fun With Almost Anything Sports Book Review CenterTerry Ryan Was Poised To Take The Hockey World By Storm When He Was Selected Eighth Overall By The Montreal Canadiens In The NHL Draft, Their Highest Draft Pick In A Decade Expected To Go On To Become A Hockey Star, Ryan Played A Total Of Eight NHL Games For The Canadiens, Scoring No Goals And No Assists Not Exactly The Career He, Or Anyone Else, Was Expecting Though Terrys NHL Career Wasnt Long, He Experienced A Lot And Has No Shortage Of Hilarious And Fascinating Revelations About Life In Pro Hockey On And Off The Ice In Tales Of A First Round Nothing, He Recounts Fighting With Tie Domi, Partying With Rock Stars, And Everything In Between Ryan Tells It Like It Is, Detailing His Rocky Relationship With Michel Therrien, Head Coach Of The Canadiens, And Explaining What Life Is Like For A Man Who Was Unprepared To Have His Career Over So Soon

5 thoughts on “Tales of a First-Round Nothing (English Edition)

  1. says:

    I have a strong desire to heavily criticize this book, but it s difficult to do so Partially it s because Terry Ryan portrays himself as a thoroughly happy, contented, outgoing, worry free individual who loves life, has an absolute blast and is never down In light of this ultra happy, super positive demean

  2. says:

    Terry Ryan spares no one in his tell all memoir of being a top 10 NHL draft pick and subsequent bust and his journey from a youngster in Newfoundland to Western Canada where he starred in the WHL circuit of major junior before ultimately becoming a hockey nomad in multiple farm leagues after just 8 career big league

  3. says:

    I had heard a couple of interviews with Terry Ryan and I enjoyed listening to his stories of life in the minor leagues I bought the book and thought it was only mildly interesting I didn t enjoy it anywhere near as much as I had hoped I would I kind of got the feeling that he is a self absorbed jackhole, to be honest Kind of

  4. says:

    Good book We watched Terry play as a Tri city American in the WHL His inside knowledge of hockey is interesting and he makes it very funny Would recommend this book to any hockey fan.

  5. says:

    Allow me to preface by saying that this is probably not a book for a non hockey fan or even a casual let s go be seen at a game fan But if you were or are a player, or if you are a major fan of the sport, this is an honest, rough and tumble look at the ups and downs of trying to make a career out of professional hockey I ve heard my share of T B

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