TORONTO (AP) - Derek Sanderson recalls mixing cocktails in a salad spinner and consuming four bottles of Soave Bolla wine before noon ``just to get square.''
Then there were the pills and drugs and the women the former Boston Bruins star partied with.
Sanderson tells it all in a new book, ``Crossing the Line: The Outrageous Story of a Hockey Original.''
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