Last weekend, we asked you to recognize current and former teammates that have had a positive impact on you using short messages and photos on social media. Below are the three submissions that have been selected to receive gift cards from Pure Hockey, the official hockey retailer of USA Hockey.
Be sure to check USAHockey.com on Friday for a new challenge!
Courtney makes me feel so much more confident when she is out on the ice playing defense. She’s one of the hardest workers I know and we both work extra hard, and when we are combined, it’s a great duo. This picture describes it all: #WeekendHockeyChallenge https://t.co/yGsYLiRdn4 pic.twitter.com/Zj46MJRqf8— Katie Sheahan (@goaliekatie) May 4, 2020
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#weekendhockeychallenge Don (7), LOVES to play Simsbury Mite Travel Hockey with his best friends, Dean and Ben. Don says Dean is awesome to play with “because he’s like a brother to me”. Don says Ben is awesome to play hockey with “because he has a great shot” (which is why they fall asleep in the car ride after away games). These boys have been best friends since kindergarten and have dominated their shared soccer, lacrosse, and hockey teams together over the years. They are the bash brothers of Mites!
Teammates come in the form of officials too, & what makes these 2 great to work w/ is the passion they bring to the ice. Here are 2 guys who are easy to work w/ & I love to see an assignment w/ both their names on it. Photos from NCDC Tier II junior game #WeekendHockeyChallenge pic.twitter.com/gNF6T9ikZW— CJZ (@Cheetoo21) May 2, 2020
This weekend, we're leaning on the hockey family to spread some positivity and show that we're STRONGER TOGETHER. The challenge focuses on recognizing current and former teammates that have had an impact on you using short messages and photos posted on social media for a chance at receiving gift cards from Pure Hockey, the official hockey retailer of USA Hockey. Winners will be notified next week.
If you've been recognized by at teammate, keep the chain going and shout out to another teammate. There's nothing quite like the hockey family, and we want to team up with all of you to spread uplifting and supportive messages during a time when it's needed most.
And remember, if another teammate recognizes you, keep the chain going and shout out to a teammate yourself! Let's see how far we can reach to show the strength of the hockey family.