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Family Matters

2017

3 Off-Ice Summer Training Habits for Our Younger Hockey Players

The off-season is the perfect time to build your routine. By Kelvin Cech   The dog days of summer are enough to zap the energy out of anybody, let alone a teenaged hockey player with other things on his mind…

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2017

A Hockey Family

    By Emily Iannaconi From lift, to practice, to meetings, to games, student-athletes are hardly ever without their teammates. Senior assistant hockey captain Mike Barrett does not mind though because his teammates are also his best friends. “You never…

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2017

‘It never stops’: Life as a head coach in college hockey

On the tail end of his team’s first full NCAA season, ASU hockey head coach Greg Powers describes his job’s demands Photo by Celisse Jones | The State Press Greg Powers, head coach of ASU’s NCAA Division I Hockey program,…

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2017

Raising the Bar

NCAA Save Pct. Leader, Charles Williams, is a Rarity, But Wants to Change That   by Tony Jovenitti   Charles Williams leads top-seeded Canisius into the Atlantic Hockey quarterfinals on a 15-game unbeaten streak.   When he was 13, Charles…

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2017

Leaving home to pursue hockey tough on families

by Brian Hedger / NHL.com Jonathan Toews still remembers the conversation with his mother well. Just a few weeks after leaving home at the age of 15 to attend school and play hockey at prestigious Shattuck St. Mary’s in Minneapolis,…

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2017

Future Watch: Marino making most of Harvard

Massachusetts native and Oilers prospect John Marino is loving college life at Harvard University by Paul Gazzola / EdmontonOilers.com  January 25th, 2017  Share Oilers prospect John Marino didn’t have to trot the globe when exploring potential university suitors. The sixth-round…

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2017

My Brother Dave

By: Paul Holmgren Team President / Philadelphia Flyers When I was 12, I asked my parents to send me to a week-long hockey camp at Bemidji State University. The school is three hours away from where we lived on the…

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2016

A tale of two brothers, told by ASU hockey’s Brinson and Steenn Pasichnuk

  Two siblings from Alberta, Canada continue their bond by playing with ASU hockey Photo by Josh Orcutt | The State Press ASU freshmen and brothers, Brinson Pasichnuk (39) and Steenn Pasichnuk (28), are pictured while playing in a 5-2 victory against Air…

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2016

The great offside: How Canadian hockey is becoming a game strictly for the rich

By James Mirtle, The Globe and Mail   Karl Subban knows the cost of being a hockey parent in Canada. The patriarch of one of Canada’s most successful hockey families – his boys P.K., Malcolm and Jordan have all been…

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