For the first time, in this revealing memoir, Joseph talks about his highly unusual upbringing and what led him to pursue hockey. Fans will not want to miss this untold story of perseverance and finding one's own path.
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About the Author
Curtis Joseph was born in Richmond Hill and grew up in Sharon, Ontario. He played for Notre Dame College in Saskatchewan and the University of Wisconsin but went undrafted. He eventually became an all-star with the St. Louis Blues and went on to play for Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit, Phoenix and Calgary before winding up his career with the Leafs. He won a gold medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Joseph is an ambassador for the Maple Leafs and received the King Clancy Memorial Trophy after establishing Cujo’s Kids Charitable Foundation and Cujo’s Crease Satellite Anesthesia Room, both at SickKids Hospital. He’s husband to Stephanie and a dad of seven. Follow him on Twitter @Cujo.
KIRSTIE McLELLAN DAY ranks among the top hockey writers in the world thanks to six national bestsellers (including three instant #1 bestsellers): Theo Fleury’s Playing with Fire, Bob Probert’s Tough Guy, Ron MacLean’s Cornered and Hockey Towns, Wayne Gretzky’s 99: Stories of the Game, and Kelly Hrudey’s Calling the Shots. Kirstie is a mother of five and is married to Pyramid Productions Inc. president and television producer Larry Day. They live in Calgary.