From the NHL to Living Homeless

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Joe Murphy was the number one overall draft pick in the NHL. He won a Stanley Cup, made millions of dollars, and had a solid career. How did he end up broke, fighting drug addiction, and eperiencing homeslessness? Rick Westhead tells the story in his book, "Finding Murph: How Joe Murphy went from Winning a Championship to Living Homeless in the Bush."
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