Derek Sanderson's rise, fall told in new book
TORONTO -- Derek Sanderson recalls mixing cocktails in a salad spinner and consuming four bottles of Soave Bolla wine before noon "just to get square."
Then there were the pills and drugs and the women the former Boston Bruins star partied with.
Sanderson tells it all in a new book, "Crossing the Line: The Outrageous Story of a Hockey Original."
"I'm different," Sanderson said. "I have found that I really am different. There's nobody like me. And not that it's good or bad."
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