As the son of professional hockey player Murray Heatley, it was no surprise that Dany Heatley followed in his father’s footsteps. But even he could not have foreseen the level of success and fame he would achieve, from winning the Calder Memorial Trophy for Rookie of the Year to being the youngest player to earn a hat trick while tying the scoring record with four goals. Then at 22, tragedy struck. Traveling at a high speed in his Ferrari with teammate Dan Snyder, he lost control of the car, resulting in a wreck that cost Snyder his life. Heatley was injured, but it was the loss of his friend that consumed him. A brilliant player who learned some of life's hardest lessons at a young age, Dany Heatley shares those lessons with his fans in this powerful, candid memoir.