NHL – Player Stories Compilation [HD]


An in-depth look into the lives and careers of:
Alexander Ovechkin
Torey Krug
Chris Pronger
Niklas Kronwall
Andrew Ference
Erik Karlsson

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By chrisjtaylor.ca on 2012-03-18 07:13:41
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Roch Carrier is a Canadian children’s novelist who has published numerous books but his most popular work is the book related to a youthful man caught in the middle of a heated sports rivalry and a hapless acquire blunder.

The Hockey Sweater, initially written in French, is the story of a youthful French Canadian who plays hockey with a group of boys out on the pond. All of the young children have Montreal Canadians jerseys with the red and white so the boy decides that he is going to buy 1 as effectively. Unfortunately, for some cause the incorrect jersey demonstrates up and it is for the worst possible crew.

The Montreal Canadians are in a fierce rivalry with the Toronto Maple Leafs so any Canadians fan hates something associated to the Maple Leafs. Would not you know it? The jersey the young boy receives in the mail is a blue and white Maple Leafs jersey. The rest of the story follows the boy as he tries to deal with wearing a rival team’s sweater in the midst of some of the proudest fans out there.

The guide, though lately published in 1979, has turn out to be an icon in Canadian literature. The story is read to each and every young Canadian in college and for bed time stories it has turn out to be ingrained in the culture. A quote from the guide can even be found in both official languages (French and English) on the back of the Canadian 5-dollar bill. This children’s guide has presently proved its really worth.

Roch Carrier was born and raised in Quebec in the 1940’s. The book he wrote is in fact closely based upon an event that took place to him in his childhood. His mother purchased him a sweater from Eaton’s when his old Montreal Canadians sweater wears out and then refuses to return the sweater when the wrong one arrives and worse but forces her son to wear the rival team’s sweater rather of his previous tattered preferred.

The story has since been created into a National Film Board of Canada animated quick. There are no two teams that have worse historical past together than the Montreal Canadians and the Toronto Maple Leafs. They dislike every other and on best of that, their jerseys are nothing at all alike. No 1 much better understands what sports activities rivalry indicates than the boy in the Hockey Sweater and it is thanks to Roch Carrier’s skillful presentation that all of Canada and the United States comprehend it much better nowadays.

Interested in much more about hockey sweaters? Check out out the relevant article Evolution of Hockey Jerseys and study much more about hockey jerseys and their value to the sport by going to The Hockey Jerseys Guidebook.

49 thoughts on “NHL – Player Stories Compilation [HD]”

  1. pronger is not relevant he hasn’t played since 2011 and that big ass gap between his teeth is not centered to his face

  2. as a ranger fan pronger went from a good NHL defensemen and leader to a guy we hated. but I feel like his part painted him as more of a goon than a mean, tough, leader who could change a game. he was far more than a mean nasty guy who wasn’t afraid of anything

  3. Thanks [http://www.flickr.com/photos/66860686@N07], I think this is the best compliment I’ve had during my 365. I appreciate it!

  4. First interviewers questions sorta came across a bit asinine…I doubt OV would ever, being a Russian gentleman and all, but breaking shit cause he couldn’t see where she was for 5 min..hope she never takes an extra min or two in the restroom while they’re out to eat

  5. Checked out this pic first thing this morning. This will keep me smiling all day. What a joyous shot. 🙂

  6. as a ranger fan pronger went from a good NHL defensemen and leader to a guy we hated. but I feel like his part painted him as more of a goon than a mean, tough, leader who could change a game. he was far more than a mean nasty guy who wasn’t afraid of anything

  7. Beautiful can’t wait for part II Mook. Love the Bruins Logo on @Ferknuckle’s arm. I have the same tat on my left forearm lest what I’m assuming denotes the 2010-11 cup season.  
    I don’t know how anyone can not love the play of Chris Pronger. I felt such pity for him every year he looked so hopeful that he would play again. I’m kind of hoping he and Steavens may change things a bit when it comes to the NHL Player Safety Committee. It ain’t likely but, I’m trying to hang in there. I hate those fuckers. 

  8. Always took it upon myself to play like Pronger, always getting in peoples faces. Great player wish he was still in the game and not just a huge salary 

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