Former Habs Goalie Ken Dryden Visits Sarnia

Game Change by Ken Dryden. Photo courtesy of The Book Keeper via facebook.

One of the game’s great goalies is in Sarnia Tuesday, as former Montreal netminder Ken Dryden will be speaking at the Sarnia Library Auditorium.

Dryden will be in town to talk about his new book “Game Change,” which looks into the life and death of former NHLer Steve Montador, and talk about some of the issues facing the game of hockey today.

Montador played over 500 games in the NHL, and was diagnosed with the degenerative brain disease CTE after his untimely death in 2015, just one year after concussions ended his playing career.

Bookkeeper Owner Susan Chamberlain says Dryden will be available afterwards.

“Definitely be signing books after he’s done his talk, books only, no hockey sticks, no hockey cards,” says Chamberlain.

Dryden will hit the stage at the Sarnia Library Auditorium at 7pm on October 24, tickets are $10.

The bookkeeper is hosting another former NHLer, when Doug Gilmour signs copies of his new book “Killer” on November 8.