Hockey Player Quotes
Sometimes you get into fights if a teammate is getting taken advantage of, sometimes just from competing and you feel someone takes a cheap shot. It's just the intensity. It's an intense game, sometimes you just get too fired up and fights happen.
One of my friends called me up and said kids in our village are playing hockey with PVC pipes. This is the change I wanted to see. Hopefully, we will be able to inspire the next generation.
I've got the golf hats, the tennis hats, the bucket hats. I got a hat for whatever occasion is needed. So I think I've got a pretty wide, wide range of hats that I can kinda go in and wear just based on however I feel. I can pick one and that's my vibe for the day.
My mom's side is from Hermosillo. It's about six hours south of Phoenix. I've been there, went there a lot growing up. I'm not really sure how to really describe it.
There's really no excuses; you've got to make your own luck.
So being a senior player, being a goalkeeper, being a team member, I think saving the ball is my first main priority.
I've tried so far to learn as much as possible. I think I've got a good grasp of what a hockey GM needs to do.
Well, as a player you try to learn how to win, and when you get exposed to success there's also disappointment that comes along the way. So it becomes about how you deal with the ups and downs.
When I got injured, when I did the surgery, I made a promise to myself: I will wear the India jersey again.
My mom's actually a Buddhist. My dad's a Christian and he was a Muslim, but he converted to Christianity.
Now if I go back home with an Olympic medal, the reaction of my family will give me immense satisfaction.
I want to make the team better and get better each day.
I always believe in trying something extra-ordinary and fighting against myself, gives me the biggest confidence boost.
I started in Grade 2. I went with my aunt and her boyfriend to an arena, an outdoor rink which was a block away from my grandparents. My grandpa came from Oregon. He had coached his son, my uncle, in hockey, and he was happy to get me involved in it.
Now, as a 29-year-old, you're a little bit different than a 26-year-old. But I actually felt really comfortable in Boston. I felt that I was one of the best players in the league at the time. I thought Boston was going to be the home for me for the rest of my career.
For me, it's not a struggle to go out and play hockey. Under pressure, I feel it to a certain extent... but, I'm not scared of it.
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