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Celebrating 30 Years of GMU Hockey

In the fall of 1998, I was a graduate student at George Mason University and happened to meet a guy who told me that he and some friends were putting together a club hockey team. Having grown up playing hockey in Canada, I jumped at his invitation to join them.

I grew up in North Bay, Ontario, where hockey was everything. When I was 15, my dad decided to take a job in Montgomery, Alabama. There was no ice hockey at that time in Alabama. The college I attended as an undergraduate, Auburn University, also lacked opportunities to play hockey. So my chance meeting with Scott Treiber, who was forming a hockey team with a few undergraduate friends, a few weeks after I started classes in the economics graduate program at Mason turned out to be an opportunity to make my dream of playing college hockey come true.

I grew up in North Bay, Ontario, where hockey was everything. When I was 15, my dad decided to take a job in Montgomery, Alabama. There was no ice hockey at that time in Alabama. The college I attended as an undergraduate, Auburn University, also lacked opportunities to play hockey.

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