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12-14-2011, 11:35 AM
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Stickmata
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If you're gonna make hockey a life long passion, you have to learn to ignore the a-holes early. Hockey's not a game of perfect. Don't waste time apologizing. Just play and have fun.

The only piece of advice that I'd give is when you're playing above your skill level, focus on defensive responsibility first and skate hard. A weaker player that plays smart and plays defensively can still add a lot of value to a team. And hockey is a team sport. Usually it's the a-holes that are first to forget that.

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