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The first thing you should know about me is that I just love hockey more that anything in my life and so I am a big fan of the National Hockey League. The only problem is that I found this passion a little to late for me! Let me explain. I was born in Montreal and everybody know that, in Quebec, hockey takes all the place. It’s on everybody’s mind, it is just part of our life and everybody loves it. So, off course, my dad was a big fan so when I was around 5 I play in a organize hockey league for kids. But for some reason I was not able at all to play and I was the worst of my team all the time…Even thought I loved watching the Montreal Canadiens more that often and I loved the sports I just never was able to play it right. So I stop after my second year.

But I did not stop watching hockey at all. In fact I was the biggest fan you could ever see haha. The NHL was my life and I just loved it. But then around 14-15 years old I felt empty… All my friends were all hockey player and all the time at the ice rink having big time fun. The worse part, some time I had to go at the rink cause all my friends were there, so I just watch them…

So it’s that night I told myself that I was doing my big comeback haha. I was ready to go in there and play with my friends even if im the worse, I knew how it was anyway. It was a long road ahead to be good at ice hockey but you know what I would never thought that I would become that good and that quick!

Today I am 22 years old and I am sick! I mastered every little part of the game and I did it with my knowledge of the game and the pleasure I have just playing this sports. During that time I did a lot off drills and training’s that help me so much I want to give it all to others so they can master the game just like I did!

Come and see by yourself how the website now have really great conten.

You can also join me anytime on this email: fred.marcotte@hotmail com

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