'Journeyman' a rollicking tale of nomadic hockey life
Saturday, 12.01.2012 / 9:00 AM
Sean Pronger always thought he would have a career for the books in hockey.
While Pronger had the NHL record book in mind as a young boy learning the game in Dryden, Ontario, his hockey career instead became fodder for a literary book.
In early November the compilation of Pronger's trials and tribulations in hockey, "Journeyman," was published by Viking Canada. The 336-page tome, written by Pronger and Sportsnet's Dan Murphy, is a self-deprecating look at a professional career that amazingly spanned 16 teams, five leagues and three continents in 11 years.