I’ve been thinking a lot about the anxiety I used to feel about going into a new hockey season. In my book I described it as playing Red Rover but having to wait a long time before someone calls you over. It’s that dreaded feeling of trying to fit in and watching your child trying to fit in to a new team or new season every year.
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When he was playing house league it seemed to be a non-issue. The equipment was provided so there was no worry of running out and buying new stuff.
Your dreams shouldn't cost your integrity simply means that you should never do anything dishonest or back handed to push your child's hockey career forward.
Harlyn's interest in hockey began when watching the OKC Barons play. The first time she got on the ice was during an after game skate, when she was 2, and she did not want to come off.
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