Have you ever felt like you are too old to do something? That will change when you meet a 90-year-old hockey player!
In her 60s, Diane Pieknik was forced into retirement when she lost her job. But she wasn’t about to start knitting or play golf. She decided to pursue something she’d always wanted to try — ice hockey.
It’s incredibly fun to play and amazingly boring to watch UNLESS you watch from underwater. Come along as the grandmaster of strange introduces us to the unusual sport of underwater hockey
Sixty years after taking the job, until a “real” one came along, Bob Chase is still calling every hockey game for the Fort Wayne Komets. Find out what he’s learned about pursuing your passions and why he’ll never retire.
We see the stories all the time about youth sports coaches who lose control or erupt in profanity-laced tirades. Fortunately, most are dedicated volunteers who just want to give back. The best ones make a difference not just in a game but in a life.
It was a mess of Olympic proportions. An all-electric competitor replaced the venerable Zamboni, but the ice at the speed skating venue at the 2010 Olympics was a disaster. A Zamboni, which made its Olympic debut exactly 50 years ago, came to the rescue.