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When I was a kid, my father told me stories about snowboarding and ice skating, and we spent a lot of time on the slopes.
But after I turned 12, my love of sports shifted from the mountains to the ice.
My dad told me about the sport of hockey, and he always told me that if I ever wanted to become a hockey player, I had to get into the NHL.
I wanted to play hockey because it was my dream, but I was not interested in becoming a professional athlete.
When I graduated high school, I moved to Los Angeles and joined the UCLA hockey team.
I loved the atmosphere and the fans, and I really liked the way I looked in my uniform.
I was also into snowboarding.
I would do laps and practice with my friends, but my favorite part was when I’d go out on the ice and do jumps off of a tree, and it would be crazy fun.
I had a dream to be a professional skater, and after getting to know a lot about the world of hockey and snowboarding, I wanted to make my dream a reality.
In 2010, I left home for a two-week stint in Colorado with the Los Angeles Kings.
My time in Colorado was a lot like my time in Los Angeles.
I was living with my mother, and she was working a full-time job as a medical assistant, and all the time I was staying in the hotel room with my mom, I was playing hockey.
I never missed a practice, and in my second year, I won the Rookie of the Year award.
I spent my first few months in the NHL in a different city, in Arizona.
I knew I was going to be out of the NHL for a few years, so I spent a couple of years in the minors in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and then the following year, in Colorado.
After a while, I decided to make the jump to Colorado, and for a while it was kind of a dream come true.
The NHL is growing in popularity around the world, and that’s good for everyone.
When you’re in the game, you’re playing in front of a national audience, and the excitement and the support is always there.
But for me, I’ve always been really passionate about hockey, so when I was in Grand Valley, I got a chance to get a taste of the real deal.
The people who are in the league are great, and when they saw that I was passionate about what I do, it really got me excited to come back.
I went back to L.A. and my first game was against the Phoenix Coyotes.
It was an easy game, and there were a lot more people on the rink than there were in Grand Falls.
We had a lot fewer injuries.
It felt great.
After the game in Grandville, I spent the next week with the Arizona Coyotes and Grand Rapids Griffins.
After the season, I made the decision to go back to Los Angels and play in the AHL.
I would go back for a couple more games and then I made my decision to come to the NHL, and right away, it was the best decision I ever made.
It allowed me to go from being a kid in L.S. to being a pro.
The experience was a little different, but it was great.
I had my first couple of months in L, and now I’m a pro, so there’s no question.
I feel like I’ve matured.
When you’re a kid and you’re working in the rink and you get to see your friends on the road and your parents and your brothers and sisters, it is just something you’ve never done before.
You never know what to expect, so the excitement level is higher.
I like being with the best guys in the world in the room, and seeing them play together is something I’ve never been able to do.
I’m really lucky that I’ve been able, because I was really young at the time, but now, I’m in my mid-20s.
It is an honor to be part of the team, and you feel really special when you see all the guys who are just as good as you are, and to be able to watch them compete every night and see their dedication, and how they fight and how hard they work and how much they’re passionate about the game.
I think the best thing for me to do now is stay in Los Angles and try to stay as close to my family and my friends as I can.
I love them a lot, so now I just have to focus on my family, and get back to what I love to do, which is hockey.
When we first met, my parents were all really supportive, and they’ve been really supportive since I’ve gotten to the big