Welcome to our new series called “How I Made It” wherein we’ll publish autobiographical articles, yes that means written by the players themselves.
Players will write about the high level of hockey they played and how they made it to such a high level hockey with articles on
- Junior A Hockey
- NCAA Division One Hockey
- National Hockey Teams
- Olympic Hockey Team
- How I Made It To Major Junior Hockey (Canadian Hockey League)
- How I Made It To Professional Hockey (This will be any pro hockey league other than CHL or NHL, in any country, whether that league still exists or not.)
- and of course How I Made It To the NHL
Players may also write about several levels of play where they played competitive hockey if they want to contribute more than one piece.
Articles may be brief or long, even a multi-part series, and will cover any parts of the hockey player’s life that contributed to their hockey success including other sports/activities/hockey idols and every bit of hockey league/clinic/camp/school/training regimen/personal trainers/etc. experience.
Also of interest is whether certain choices were made by oneself or were made for them by a parent/guardian/teacher/idol/coach/trainer/manager, or a combination.
Pro hockey players, junior hockey players, college hockey players, and national hockey team players, both female and male, please register in the bottom of the right column of http://nhlhockeyice.com?action=register&instance=1 and also please invite any other players you know of who played at the above levels to register.