I grew up watching hockey religiously. I traded hockey cards. I went public skating. I played on the street. But the option to play the real game, on ice, wasn't there. My parents didn't have deep pockets. My mom saw it as a boorish, stick wielding fest of violence.
Adam Michael Segal is a professional writer and marketing communications consultant. A former journalist, Adam has written for such media as The Toronto Star, National Post and CBC. He is also a published children's author, penning the hilarious story, Fartzee Shmartzee's Fabulous Food Fest. Additionally, Adam is a ghost writer for CEOs and other executives. Adam is a also passionate hockey dad!
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