A recent graduate of the University of Western Ontario, I now find myself writing gear reviews and working on my own marketing agency. Although I ran track in university, I secretly wanted to use this new acquired speed and explosiveness on the ice. I was fortunate enough to grow up in the Great White North's capital, and when taking a break from riding polar bears to school, I could be found at the local rink. Currently puddle-hopping five times a week in beer leagues, I use every opportunity to try out new pro stock gear that I've no doubt recently acquired. Things on the ice might get a little chippy, especially when it comes to playoff time, but there is nothing a couple of pitchers amongst teams can't fix. My number one takeaway from hockey camp: "remember kids, if you score more goals than the other team, you will win." I'm six feet even, and 180lbs. Definitely a fan of the P92 curve, but always willing to try another custom pro stock.
Stickhandling is a very important skill that every hockey player should work on. If …