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Hockey Makes You Employable

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.”

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Eating for the “off-season”

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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Tell Me a Story

I’m pretty lucky. I’ve spent most of my life surrounded by magnificent story-tellers.  When I was young it was my dad, then it was all the creatives at my agency. […]

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Spring Ahead With These 8 Easy Organization Tips

“Spring is the time of plans and projects.” – Leo Tolstoy Although there may still be snow on the ground in some areas, spring is definitely in the air! This […]

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The Pros and Cons of Spring Hockey

Spring hockey can be the best of times and the worst of times! It can be amazing or disappointing. It can enhance your player’s skill development or exacerbate your player’s […]

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Spring Hockey Attire — 5 Tips To Keep You Warm At The Rink When You’re Suited Up For Sunshine

With the arrival of spring (and spring hockey), it’s time to swap winter wear for lighter, sunnier attire. Hurray! But don’t go packing away all your mittens and sweaters just […]

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Two big mistakes hockey parents make and how to avoid them!

Loving, well-adjusted parents want two things for their hockey-playing offspring: happiness and success. The key is how you go about trying to help your child achieve them. All too often, we […]

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Top Off-Season Cross-Training Activities For Hockey Players

One of the best cross-training activities I can think of is hiking. Whether it’s the famous Grouse Grind in Vancouver or any other challenging climb, hiking keeps the legs, lungs […]