“In the spirit of sportsmanship and good will towards our friends in the Husky band, we’re honored to welcome our guests from the University of Washington by performing their fight song.”
“We’ve been racing against Gabe all these years, and to see him not go to state, it would have been another tragedy on top of one.”
The more of these players that we get that become lifelong hockey players, that’s really a big goal to see more and more players who love the sport and want to be around it for a lifetime.
“It wasn't inviting, it wasn't a mentorship, it wasn't guidance. It was about results. You are judged off of your results. And in that type of environment, there is no development."
“We wanted to say thank you to Georgia for such a selfless act, making that donation for us, and we wanted to let them know that we wish them the best before the game.”
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"The best way to have a good time and get the most out of it, is to really just listen and take everything as its weight in gold, you know?"
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With continued success of the professional teams, and aggressive marketing at the grassroots level, California has plenty of reasons to be optimistic about its youth hockey future.
“We promote having fun and socializing and I think that has a lot to do with clicking and being successful on the ice,” The Other Team captain John Emery said. “But even if we’re not, we’re still having fun, and it’s not the end of the world.”
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