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Journey Through Risk and Fear
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Free Library of Philadelphia

Unmasked: Bernie Parent and the Broad Street Bullies

In conversation with co-author Stan Hochman.

Book Signing


When: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 @ 7:30PM
Where: Free Library of Philadelphia: Central Library
FREE: No tickets required!

Only signing books at this event.  No memorabilia please.

For more information, call 215-567-4341.

“In the late 1970s “only the Lord saved more” than Flyers goaltender Bernie Parent.  In his time as a Broad Street Bully, Parent won two Vezina Trophies as the league’s top goaltender, two Conn Smythe Trophies as playoff MVP, and two Stanley Cup championships, but this work shows how his on-the-ice exploits were only a part of his amazing story. After suffering a career-ending eye injury in 1979, Parent’s life took a turn for the worse, a time during which he battled alcoholism and watched his marriage end in divorce. In the end, however, facing the fears that had plagued him all his life led Parent to find solace and happiness once again. In Unmasked, Parent traces his life and career from his days as a youngster learning to skate to his current role as a Flyers ambassador and public speaker.”



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  • I have met and spoke to Bernie @ a number of functions over the years since the late 70’s and read/enjoyed his first book with Stan Fischler – “Bernie – Bernie – Bernie” and could relate to his childhood experience’s playing ho – gee in the streets and ponds and rinks : ) – Even though, I am a Boston Bruins diehard diehard fan, Bernie shared common ground as his first NHL team was the B’s and I never had to remind him of his first NHL shutout was while tending goal for Boston (3-0 shutout) in his first NHL game! I just wished Boston never left him unprotected in the expansion draft : ( but, his 1-0 Stanley Cup win vs Bruins made me respect him and his life from that point forevermore in my heart…