Our Kids Play Hockey

Jul 25, 2022 |

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Episode 86: Growing The Game With Bryan Trottier

Back in 2019, Lee had the chance to travel to Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, to help Bryan Trottier grow the game of hockey using Floor Ball. They sat down to discuss the mission and why it’s important to continue to spread hockey to places that otherwise would not have access.

This podcast accompanies a documentary that was also produced as part of the trip. If you enjoy this episode, please take a moment to watch the documentary as well – Hockey First Nation. Leave a comment letting us know your thoughts, and be sure to mention that Our Kids Play Hockey lead you there!

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