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0228832659
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Making the Cut: Revolution Hockey Series

Making the Cut: Revolution Hockey Series

by Bradley J Burton

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Overview

The Revolution Junior A Hockey Club is set to commence their first year of existence-and it's time to select the team. All of the hard work put into preparing for this moment will finally be realized. With a lot of local talent to choose from-and some returning players from Major Junior hockey-the team will find out how they match up against the rest, as they prepare for battle in the Labour Day Classic Tournament.

Among the 40+ training camp attendees are top prospects DJ Roberts and his best friend, Brad Martinsen, who come to camp after leading the local AAA Minor Midget hockey team to the Ontario Championships. Both players were highly sought-after in the Major Junior priority draft, but with both chasing the possibility of a scholarship in the United States, they relish the idea of playing for the new hometown team. With promising careers in front of them, will they show that they have what it takes to play at the next level?



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780228832652
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 08/27/2020
Series: Revolution Hockey Series , #1
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

A life-long hockey enthusiast and player, coach and teacher of the game-hockey is much more than just a sport to me. It is a pleasure to share my vision of the game and try to create a realm of realism captured in a fictional story. I played competitive hockey for the last 20+ years of my life (AAA, Junior B, Junior C and Senior AA, as well as attending rookie camps with the Sarnia Sting [OHL] and training camps with a few minor professional teams in the United States). I also coached for about six years off and on (Bantam AA, Junior C and venturing into my own player development camps), so I bring a lot of positive and negative experiences to my writing.

Having had time to digest the highs and lows of my hockey career, I look to give my readers some insight into real-life scenarios and create awareness that achieving your goals in hockey is not just a one-tracked venture, but one that will require overcoming adversity and taking on challenges that test your character. It is not easy and many have hit barriers-including myself-that were seemingly unbreakable. My hope is that I can inspire young hockey players to persevere and never lose track of their goals!

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