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But even before the actual tournament begins each year, the competition begins with a flurry, as teams race to simply get their applications in. Thompson said the Classic could easily be expanded to 80 teams or more, which would allow more than 1, skaters to compete within a region defined by the sport and its familial feel.
Most Alaskan adults who play hockey play all year long; many schedule consistent ice time on weekdays and take off time from work to meet lifelong friends at the rink. At the youth level, the real measure of success of a coach or a program is not wins and losses, but to create healthy, happy adults who, in turn, continue playing and give back to the sport.
Proceeds from the recently held Coach Mac Cup, an adult 3-on-3 tourney, helped provide a special bed for a local player paralyzed in action, while the Alaska State Hockey Association board regularly helps fundraise for any of national teams. And, when the Classic ends, the feeling and pride of family — by blood, uniform, or just the game itself — continue to grow and thrive throughout the state. Tag s : Home News.
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