Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan 30

Been There, Heard That: Transition From Player to Coach

One of the most common questions I am asked now that I’m finished my playing career is, “How do you like coaching and being behind the bench instead of playing?” At first it was a big learning curve, and it continually is, but as I began to settle in as a coach, it really made me …

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Jan 25

Masterful Experience

The greatest perk, without a doubt, about playing hockey in Augusta, Georgia was being able to attend golf’s greatest annual tournament, the Masters.  When I was playing hockey in Augusta, in the ECHL, we lived in a gated housing complex on Berckmans Rd. that backed onto Augusta National Golf Course right behind the trees looming over …

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Jan 16

The Iron Lung

When motorized transportation replaced horse-drawn transportation in 1905, a motorized coach was designed to transport masses of people from one location to another.  In North America today, coach buses provide the cheapest and slowest form of mass transportation to long distances across the country. Coach buses are the transportation of choice for minor league sport …

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Jan 05

Another Canadian Catastrophic Collapse….Right?

So the World Junior Hockey Championships has come to a close with the USA taking home the gold for the third time in the last 10 years.  Once again Canada didn’t win gold.  In fact, they didn’t even win a medal.   So let’s bring out the boos and the jeers and start calling for the …

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