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On our journey from childhood into adulthood life throws many different obstacles in our way. Alongside these obstacles are various people who come in and out of our lives, all with a different purpose and meaning and a different lesson. Without initial support from family, friends, teachers and coaches, many professional athletes would never turn into the superstars and the......

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For some time now those involved with Canadian hockey at all levels have understood the various obstacles that many Aboriginal players face as they work towards a life in hockey. On top of the......

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In a world with so much adversity and questionable acts of sincerity and honesty, it’s easy to admire and root for those who are truly honest and care for more than their own welfare. For New York......

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It is human nature to possess the desire to feel loved, nurtured and respected by our peers within society. For many, the little things in life can go a long way in solidifying a loved one's......

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Growing up many of us have all had the same dream of one day becoming a professional athlete. Scoring the overtime winner; nailing that home run in the bottom of the ninth; or landing that......

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For the National Hockey League, opening day of free agency is considered by many to be one of the biggest days on the league’s calendar. The opportunity to participate in signings and trades......

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This year’s NHL Playoffs are now into the Conference Finals and for Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas, this has been a dream come true. The 37-year-old Flint, Michigan native has had a career......

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When one hears the phrase “pro-athlete”, the words generous, humble, gracious and unselfish usually aren’t the first adjectives that come to mind to describe such a person. However, when one......

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The Seattle Mariners are joining Japan Relief efforts by dedicating their six-game opening home stand of the 2011 season. The team will make a donation to the Red Cross matching all Mariners front......

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