Paul Henry has been around the game of hockey for six decades and has played a wide variety of roles – everything from chief amateur scout to team psychologist for multiple NHL teams. Henry has helped built several Canadian Olympic teams for Hockey Canada and was the director of the team’s silver medal entry at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Games.
Henry has helped some of the best hockey players in the world as a sports psychologist, using lessons learned from his time working at various correctional facilities in Ontario. Ian Pulver covers a wide variety of topics with Henry from the time he bought Dave Keon’s car to Henry’s favorite hockey rinks. Henry breaks down his all-time best players and tells many stories from his long-time spectacular tenure in the hockey world.
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