At the end of the day, hockey is a great game but it’s just that; a game. We learn from it and hopefully make life-long friends.
Maybe you already have something lined up but there are still plenty of high school students pounding the pavement. This might even be the summer you get your first job. Need something to put on your resume? Don’t worry about it! Now’s the time to put your years playing minor hockey to use in “the real world.”
Need some nutrition tips while you’re in between seasons? Here’s a helpful overview with meal ideas, recipes and advice you can tailor to your summer plans. Check out Eating in the Off-season.
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