Nick Kypreos: A Bruising Life in Hockey

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

When Nick Kypreos played in the NHL, he was never among the best players on any of his four different teams. But he did play 442 games in all, becoming one of the infinitesimal percentage of kids born in Ontario to have that dream come true. It's also fair to say that Kypreos's career will always be remembered for the way it ended, which was shocking and brutal. He talks to Steve Paikin about that and other revelations from his new book "Undrafted: Hockey, Family, and What it Takes to Be a Pro."
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