Corey Hirsch Books & Biography
In 1994, COREY HIRSCH won the Stanley Cup with the New York Rangers as well as a silver medal at the Olympics. Born in Medicine Hat and raised in Calgary, he was drafted by the New York Rangers and played for many seasons with the Vancouver Canucks. After retiring from play, Hirsch became an NHL coach for elite goaltenders and prospects, and later an analyst with Sportsnet. Dedicated to ending the stigma of mental health, he became the national youth ambassador for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and a co-host of The Players’ Tribune podcast, Blindsided. Visit him at coreyhirsch.com.