Girls dating hockey players
They sent me to a drug-and-alcohol—not an anger-management—rehabilitation facility.I was in rehab with crack addicts and people that had been alcoholics for 40 years.A new job, a new hockey season, a new book, and a new beer. 93 didn’t have enough weight on him to play with the big boys.Needless to say, Maple Leafs legend Doug Gilmour has been busy. But at 54 and long into NHL retirement, he still hasn’t put on the pounds and looks as though he could still play.
I realized, “I’m going to turn around and put my hand in his face, because then I’m not going to take a penalty.” That was a perfect example of me trying to stay ahead of them.“I am not saying never but it would have to be the perfect opportunity and I think I would only do it for three years.At this point, I haven’t applied for anything like that and am very happy with my situation now.”It’s clear Doug Gilmour has been hard at work post his hockey-playing days.(Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images) Once, Sean Avery was the most hated player to lace up ice skates.
Now, he’s written a memoir he hopes every aspiring teenage hockey player will read.
Q: What can you tell us about the new Peter Berg movie you’ll be appearing in?