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    Not one of hockey's finest.....

    I hesitated to buy this book used for $1.00 but I did thinking I should at least give it a chance. It met my expectations (low). It is not particularly candid, nor repentant. Domi represents so much of what has been wrong with hockey on the ice since the triumph of Sinden's/Cherry's Big Bad Bruins and Fred Shero's Broad Street Bullies (there's more issues off the ice with drug abuse, lack of attention to concussions and labour abuse of young underpaid junior players but that's gist for another book). For a better insight into the lives of hockey goons, I suggest reading autobiographies of Probert and McCarthy.
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    Perception vs reality

    One of my favorite courses I took over the years was on perception and reality. This book was a prime example. We prejudge people on what we perceive as reality, without giving a second thought to who they may be inside. Mr. Domi has long been a favorite athlete of mine, strictly based on his fearless approach. Until reading the book, I had no idea of the inner workings of this man; his pride; his compassion, his sense of appreciation of every day workers. I appreciate him now on an entirely higher and respectful level. Great read! Al from PEI
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    Shift Work

    Very good look at a hockey player who was a fighter his whole career, and how he was one of nicest people away from the game.
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    Shift Work

    This guy is exactly what you'd expect. No punches pulled, no bushes beat,no words minced. Totally Tie.
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    Excellent

    Much better than expected. A good story chalked full of life lessons from a guy who learned it on the streets & applied his formidable skills on the ice. Someone who learned also how to use his name and presence to pursue some valuable business acumen so his life after hockey could be just as interesting as his passion for people and learning.
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