Puncutated only by an apparently endless succession of trophies and injuries, Bobby Orr's career moves smoothly from...

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HERE COMES BOBBY ORR

Puncutated only by an apparently endless succession of trophies and injuries, Bobby Orr's career moves smoothly from precocious success (beginning with his debut in the Minor Squirt League at the age of five) to superstardom. Making the safe assumption that he is speaking to knowledgeable Orr fans, Jackson quickly reviews the highlights, referring familiarly to ""the controversial Conacher fight,"" and concentrates on the glories of the 1970 Stanley Cup playoffs. The action takes place strictly on the ice; personal information on the reticent Bobby is limited to the fact that he likes to cook and contributes to charity. The message is short, and already familiar to any Bruin fan: ""VictORRy Comes NatORRly of cORRse.

Pub Date: Nov. 1, 1971

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Walck

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1971