hockey stories with Derek Sanderson

This is an invite to join us on thursdays at 7pm. for a different episode of the ‘Hockey Time Machine’.  Each week is a different theme with notable guests on the panel that is moderated by Kevin Shea.


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This week, you’ll hear the outrageous story of a hockey original when we talk to Derek Sanderson. From success to excess, Derek will discuss how a kid from Niagara Falls could go from being the highest-paid athlete in the world in 1972 to living under a bridge in New York’s Central Park, and later, having his life saved by Bobby Orr. 


You’ll want to be here Thursday (February 4) from 7:00-8:30pm EST! You can watch the show live by following ‘Hockey Time Machine’ on Facebook and a reminder will be sent to you. 


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