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Open Ice: Hockey Family

You don't have to be a Stars fan or even a hockey fan to appreciate this story. This is a pretty special episode of Open Ice presented by Darling Homes.

Ice Hockey Family

เพจ Ice Hockey Family เป็นเพจที่นำเสนอข่าวสารด้านกีฬาไอซ์ฮอกกี้ในประเทศไทย เพื่อเป็นช่องทางหนึ่งในการเผยแพร่ข่าวสาร การแข่งขันรายการต่างๆ สาระความรู้ด้านกีฬาไอซ์ฮอกกี้ให้เป็นที่รู้จักและแพร่หลายมากขึ้น เพื่อที่จะได้มีคนไทยหันมาสนใจ และเข้าใจในเกมส์การแข่งขันในกีฬาประเภทนี้ ร่วมแชร์ ร่วมเชียร์นักกีฬาไอซ์ฮอกกี้ของไทย กด Like กันด้วยนะครับ เพราะเราเป็น ครอบครัวไอซ์ฮอกกี้ด้วยกัน...
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Fuelling The Future: Jack Hughes

Take a look at Jack Hughes and his family, and how the probable first-overall selection at the 2019 NHL Draft grew up surrounded by hockey.
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Soldier returns home to surprise family during puck drop

U.S. Army Sergeant Dan Urman surprises his family as they are about to drop the ceremonial puck before the Coyotes final game of the season.
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Family Reactions to First NHL Goals

Welcome to the NHL, boys. Grab a tissue, parents.

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Inside Hockey: The Sutter family legacy

A feature on how Penguins' Brandon Sutter aims to add another Sutter name to the cup.
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Olympic hockey forward Sarah Nurse on her athletic family

Sarah Nurse’s basketball star cousin Kia and NHLer cousin Darnell are just the tip of the hockey forward’s athletic family tree. Sarah spoke about her sporty family before competing for Canada at the Pyeongchang Games. (The Canadian Press)

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Matthew and Brady Tkachuk face each other for first time

With their family proudly watching on and wearing split Flames and Senators jerseys, Matthew and Brady Tkachuk take the ice against each other for the first time in their NHL careers

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Hockey Family Advisors & How They Can Help You

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Nick [0:00:07]: Hey guys. It's Nick with The Junior Hockey Truth and today I've got a special guest with me. His name is Mark Hetherman and he is from Sports Scholarships and Beyond. It is an agency that does family advisement—they're family advisors. And I get a lot of guys writing in, a lot of parents writing in, “What is the deal with family advisors? How do they work? How are they different from agents? And should I get one?” So today I wanted to get Mark on here. He's currently advising—or his business is currently advising—over one hundred clients and they've got a whole menu of different programs for athletes to help move them on to higher levels to get scholarships. So I'm going to introduce him now. How you doing, Mark?

Mark [0:00:47]: I'm very well, Nick. Thanks for giving us a call.

Nick [0:00:49]: No problem. Before we get started and we dig into all the different stuff that family advisors do, why don't you introduce yourself and tell us how Sports Scholarships and Beyond came into being?

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Hockey Family

The Cowan Family of Port Alberni has scheduled their life around their children's sports for 15 years - and their committment shows now sign of slowing down!
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The Hockey Family

BE PART OF AN ENERGY LIKE NO OTHER!

Make this Summer a season to remember by teaming up with thousands of passionate sports fans across Wales and Europe in keeping the dream alive.

Between 6th – 12th August, Hockey Wales invites you, your friends and family to roar for the dragon as Cardiff, our capital city, continues its sporting legacy and once again plays host to a major sporting event. This summer the Women’s Euro Hockey Championship II will come to town to showcase the very best in elite women’s sport, in a fast action packed showpiece fitting for the big stage.

The week-long tournament being held at the Hockey Wales National Centre in Sophia Gardens, will host 8 teams, including the formidable Wales; all battling it out to be crowned champions and with that earn promotion to the Championship.

A multi-cultural event that will bring the very best of Europe together, will see Austria, Ukraine, Belarus, France, Italy, Poland, and Russia come to Cardiff to compete on the biggest stage

This is your chance to SHOW US YOUR PRIDE...

Don't miss the opportunity to be part of the action this August and roar on your nation. Buy your tickets through Eventbrite

Dave Stader thanks his hockey family on NBC - 2/26/17

In June 2016, Strader revealed he had been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer (cholangiocarcinoma), which has prevented him from calling games for the Stars this season. Strader’s treatment schedule has allowed him to return to the Stars’ booth for their current five-game homestand, which began last night against Tampa Bay.

“Dave Strader has been a wonderful friend and NHL on NBC teammate for more than a decade,” said Sam Flood, Executive Producer and President, Production, NBC and NBCSN. “We’re thrilled to have Dave lead our game broadcast in Dallas next Sunday, and join the Dallas Stars and Hockey Fights Cancer in providing a national platform to raise awareness for the battle against cancer.”

A member of the NHL on NBC family since 2005, Strader will be joined in the booth by his Stars broadcast partner Daryl Reaugh, as well as ‘Inside-the-Glass’ analyst Brian Boucher.

Strader, who has also handled play-by-play duties at three Olympic Games for NBC Sports, joined the Dallas Stars as their full-time television play-by-play voice in 2015, and began his NHL broadcasting career as the television voice of the Detroit Red Wings in 1985.
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Вечер знакомств Hockey Family Camp

От сердца к сердцу вьется нить –
Она прочнее лишь с годами,
Ее ни сжечь, ни разрубить,
Ни взвесить точными весами.

Мы бережно ее храним,
Порой слегка приукрашаем
Воображением своим,
Но держим и не отпускаем.

И стоит имя лишь назвать,
Она тотчас же отзовется,
Чтоб тотчас снова поддержать,
Ведь нить та Дружбою зовется.

Школа хоккейного мастерства Hockey family. Екатеринбург

PK Subban with Dad and Brother on family and hockey

Wed, Sep 5: Defenceman for the Montreal Canadiens PK Subban, his brother Malcolm Subban and their father Karl Subban open up to us about their childhood and family dynamic, built on a foundation of togetherness and hockey.

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Grand Rapids Hockey vs Holy Family 2016 Hockey Day Minnesota

Grand Rapids Defeats number 2 Ranked Holy Family 5 to 3
Grand Rapids 5, Holy Family Catholic 3

It was a picturesque setting at Grussendorf Park near Southwest Elementary School. The weather was fantastic. The outcome may have been the best part of the event. Grand Rapids scored three times in the third period to defeat No. 2 Holy Family Catholic 5-3 to give the Thunderhawks their second outdoor win in Grand Rapids over the past three seasons.

The competition was set to be fierce. Holy Family had worked their way to second in the Let’s Play Hockey rankings – the highest the team has ever been ranked. The Fire came into the game on fire with a school-best 11 game winning streak. Amazingly, they had scored four or more goals in 15 consecutive games.

Holy Family seized first control of the game with a goal 1 minute, 55 seconds into the game. Ben Almquist picked up a bouncing puck in the neutral zone and went in on a clean breakaway against Grand Rapids goalie Gabe Holum. Almquist streaked up the left wing and tucked his shot just over the blocker and just under the crossbar.

Owning the first period is part of the Fire’s game. They had outscored opponents by a whopping 30-5 margin in the first period and hadn’t allowed a first period goal since December 28th against Stillwater. The nine-game first period shutout streak ended abruptly on the outdoor ice.

Grand Rapids leveled the score 18 seconds after the initial Fire tally. Senior captain Eric Soderberg slid a pass to the blue line for Brendan Mark. A blast by Mark made its way through traffic and into the net to tie the game at 1-1.

The visiting Fire had a 17-12 shot edge in the first period. Grand Rapids would own that category by a 33-9 margin the rest of the game.

Sometimes the pretty goals are hard to come by in outdoor games. After all, there are elements like snow that players typically don’t have to deal with inside. That wasn’t necessarily the case on Saturday morning.

The Thunderhawks grabbed their first lead of the game when Alex Adams scored the first of his three goals in the game. North Dakota recruit Gavin Hain made a great pass on a two-on-one rush. Adams took the puck in stride, walked around the goalie, and tapped the puck into a yawning net to make it 2-1.

Holy Family scored twice in a 3 minute, 27 second stretch in the back half of the second period to regain the lead at 3-2. Brady Ziemer delivered a shot through traffic on the power play to tie the game. Then, the Fire scored a beautiful goal of their own to get back in front. Ben Almquist fed Tyler Rock on a tick-tack-toe passing play. Boom. Goal.

Grand Rapids drew a penalty and went to the power play with 2 minutes, 6 seconds remaining in the second period. That power play may have ultimately changed the course of the game, but not for the reason you would think.

The Thunderhawks immediately won the faceoff in the attacking zone, but turned the puck over at their own blue line. Another clean breakaway for Holy Family ensued. Then, Holum turned in the save of the game. Maybe the save of the season. The shot came in high on the glove side and Holum lunged to get body on the puck and deny the opportunity.

Rapids was unable to score on the power play. They were able to avoid allowing a backbreaking shorthanded goal. The electric pro-Thunderhawks crowd came to its feet in support of their goaltender and the hometown team. Momentum is a massive part of high school hockey and it swung in favor of the black and orange clad Thunderhawks at that moment.

That momentum carried over to a third period that saw Grand Rapids outshoot Holy Family by a 17-1 margin.

It took only 77 seconds for the Thunderhawks to tie the game in the final stanza. Hain atoned for a couple of penalties in the early phases of the game by ripping home the game tying goal. Another beautiful passing play set up the goal. This time it was Mr. Hockey finalist Mitchell Mattson and Adams that set up the goal.

Adams scored the game-winning goal 77 seconds after the Hain tally. The fourth goal has been the golden ticket for the Thunderhawks this season. They improved to 16-0-0 on the season when scoring at least four times. On the flip side, they are a measly 1-6-1 when scoring fewer than four goals.

Holy Family took a timeout with a little more than three minutes remaining, but were never able to generate a scoring opportunity. With Fire goalie Jared Moe on the bench in favor of an extra attacker, Adams scored again to complete the hat trick and put the nail in the coffin.

Moe was tremendous in a losing effort for the Fire. He stopped 40 of 44 shots sent his way.

Grand Rapids improves to 17-6-1 on the season with the win, and they are 7-6-1 against teams ranked in the top 20 or receiving votes. The Thunderhawks have won four straight games for the third time this season. They also have produced at least 45 shots in the last three games. Two of those were against ranked opponents. By Tim How-GRHS Hockey

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Some Years We Couldn't Afford Hockey...

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Head and Shoulders asked me to share a story of when I needed to be Headstrong. For me that means not giving up on something you believe in and pushing through adversity.

When I was younger my family couldn't always afford to put me in hockey. There were some seasons where I couldn't play. But, being
Headstrong helped me realize that you don't need ice to improve your skills and your confidence on and off the ice. Street hockey and pond hockey gave me the opportunity to do what I love, even when I couldn’t be on a team,

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Cailyn's Camp: The Hockey Family

Cailyn fell in love with hockey at her first Blue Jackets game, inspiring her and her family to get on the ice for the first time.

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