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Sean Pronger's Blog: 'Making it' Part 2

Sean Pronger's Blog: 'Making it' Part 2

by Sean Pronger - March 8, 2009 10:05 AM EDT

Continuing the story of his journey through the low minors, the former pro player talks about the possibility of getting an NHL contract.
Welcome back hockey fans! For those of you who are first time readers, please read my last entry or this blog will make zero sense. If you are not reading this on chrispronger.


Sean Pronger's Blog: 'Making it' in the low minors

Sean Pronger's Blog: 'Making it' in the low minors

by Sean Pronger - February 9, 2009 1:08 PM EST

The former NHLer tells his story of fame and, er, fortune in the ECHL as part of his hockey career.
Before I get into my usual drivel, I'd like to thank the readers out there who continue to show their support and patience. Believe me, I'd like to write more, but it’s not easy writing a paragraph per month! As for you haters, keep firing, it's all good.


Sean Pronger's Blog: Life as a healthy scratch

Sean Pronger's Blog: Life as a healthy scratch

by Sean Pronger - December 14, 2008 9:47 AM EST

The former NHLer and veteran of six pro leagues takes a humorous and insightful look at what to do when you're chosen to sit.
Next to getting sent to the minors, being a healthy scratch is one of the most embarrassing things that can happen to a hockey player. The coach is saying, "our team will stand a better chance if you didn't play tonight" – ouch.


Sean Pronger's Blog: Apple vs. Crab Apple

Sean Pronger's Blog: Apple vs. Crab Apple

by Sean Pronger - December 3, 2008 11:21 AM EST

The former pro player who bounced around several leagues during his career, talks about the differences between the NHL and the minors.
During my career, I think the most frequent question I was asked was: "What's the biggest difference between the NHL and the minors?" (Or as it's commonly referred to by my fellow journeymen - the Apple vs.


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