A song by one of hockey’s greats: the song of a hockey fan.
The Sport Book is a song by former NHL goalie Mike Richter.
Richter is one of the greatest goalies to ever play the game.
He has scored 1,053 goals in his career, and is tied with Bob Gainey for second all-time in games played.
He also played for four teams: the Dallas Stars, Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and Ottawa Senators.
The song is one that was performed for the NHL in the 1980s, with a special version of it featured in the film, “Rocky.”
But while hockey fans may be familiar with the song, they may not know what it is, or even how it was created.
Here’s a little bit about the song:Richter’s goal of the song was “to give back to the game that I love,” said Richter, who played his last NHL game on April 3, 2020, against the New York Rangers.
Richters goal ended the scoring drought that began with his first goal on March 29, 1976, and he has been a regular part of the NHL’s All-Star Game.
He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2014.
“It was a very difficult thing for me to do.
I had a great year.
I got my third NHL Stanley Cup, and my first with the Stars, but I felt like I wasn’t doing too much to show it off.
I was just kind of waiting for something to happen.
And when I got the call to play, it just blew me away,” Richter said.”
When you’re a goal scorer, you want to be out there, but you also want to make sure you’re doing something that’s meaningful to your team and your fans, and this was a song that really resonated with me.”
Richter said he had a feeling the song would be featured in “Rockymind” when the film came out.
The original version of the tune was performed by Richter in his first NHL game in 1986.
He has performed the song on NHL broadcasts since 1992, including a couple of seasons with the New Jersey Devils, when it was performed at home by former Stars defenseman Brian O’Neill.
“I got that feeling right away, I knew it would be something that I could play.
I really liked that song, I really thought it was going to be a cool thing for the fans,” Richters wife, Julie, said.
Richting’s wife and daughter also helped make the song.
The song was played in the documentary, “Basketball on Ice” that premiered last month at the Sundance Film Festival.
Richts family has said that the song has been used in commercials since he retired.
“The way that I remember it, I actually played the song in the commercials and it went over really well, and I think that’s the way it is with the music,” Richts daughter, Amanda, said in a statement to NBC News.
“We have no idea what it was originally intended to be.
We are not sure if it was intended to really go with the film or if it’s just a way to go to show our support for our dad.”
Richters family has not released a statement.
Rich and Julie Richter have a daughter, Kailyn, who plays on the team’s Women’s Hockey Team.
Julie Richters daughter, Katie, plays on a team that has two members of the hockey family.