Mark Moore is a former professional hockey player and a Harvard graduate. He is one of three brothers who all attended Harvard, playing hockey there together, and each going on to careers in professional hockey. Drafted and signed by the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins, Mark played defence in the Penguins organization before being injured. He earned the nickname "the smartest hockey player ever" by posting a near perfect 1590 on his SAT, and going on to study with some of Harvard's leading intellectual luminaries: Stephen Jay Gould, Alan Dershowitz and Math professor Daniel Goroff (former science advisor to President Clinton). Mark lives...
Hardcover | 432 pages | McClelland & Stewart | Sports & Recreation; Sports & Recreation - Hockey
April 4, 2006 | $34.99
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In September of 2003 Mark Moore, at the age of twenty-six, was forced to call the Montreal Canadiens, the team he had idolized since childhood, and inform them that he was turning down an offer to tryout for their organization. He had no choice; the doctors wouldn't clear him to play...