Seven-time Stanley Cup champion now a best-selling author

Bryan Trottier, a seven-time Stanley Cup champion, has written a national bestseller about his life. (Supplied Photo)

By Sam Laskaris Writer Bryan Trottier was already the most successful Indigenous person to make it to the National Hockey League. While countless others go their entire career without ever winning the Stanley Cup once, Trottier, who has Cree, Chippewa and Metis ancestry, managed to win the most prestigious trophy in hockey a whopping seven times. And now Trottier, who is 66, can add another impressive accomplishment to his resume. Trottier is now a published author. His recently released book, which he wrote with award-winning journalist Stephen Brunt, has quickly become a national bestseller. Trottier’s book is titled All Roads Home: A Life On and Off the Ice. “It’s not a book about hockey,” said Trottier. Actually, there is quite a bit about Trottier’s life, which yes, involved quite a…

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