ST. PETERS PREP SCHOOL
Little Ferry, NJ
height: 5'11" weight: 140
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Made the AYHL District playoffs in 2007, played with the Rangers Squirt A two years , Avalanche Peewee AA, Devils Peewee Major, Bantam Minor, Bantam AA, and played Bayonne 18A since I was 15. I've also played varsity hockey for St. Peter's Prep for all my years there.
The Zero Club in the AYHL.
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I am involved with my community by coaching kids 9 and under how to skate and play hockey. I have also volunteered at the special olympics of New Jersey. These efforts are important to me because I was once taught to play so I have decided to give back and teach little kids like I once was. I also helped with the Special Olympics because the joy of seeing a kid who isn't socially accepted to well be happy and smile is the greatest feeling ever. I am honored to be able to do the things I do so I want to help kids achieve the best they possibly can.
I have been a leader on the ice the last few years, if my team lost the championship and it was a rough game. After a player received their medals they wouldn't go over to the other team and shake hands. This happened a few times and when my name was called, after I got my medal I would go over and shake their hands and some of my teammates followed me. Off the ice I show my leadership by standing up for a kid being made fun off, and helping this person if they are in need of someone.