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10-03-2007, 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by brother52 View Post
I'm 32, and have been practicing/playing "real" hockey for about a year. The thing that I like the most about it is learning and getting better. However, I've been told that I can expect my growth to last for no more 2-3 years. After which I'll be at my lifetime plateau as a player.

How true is that?

If it helps, I don't play in a league to save time for practices, which I have three in a week + one self-practice doing skating excercises during public skating.
Depends on how good you are already. If you are bad enough, you can still be improving 10 years from now.

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