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“I kind of knew him, so he’d come over saying he wanted to explain the call.” He laughs nervously, and flushes. But his discernible regret, long after the fact, points to a curious phenomenon among hockey adults who cross the line.
“Outside the rink, they can be the nicest people,” says Horan, the New Tecumseth minor hockey president.
When asked what they liked about the game, many spoke not of goals or big wins, but of intangibles. Most seemed able to handle criticism given one-on-one after the game, says Jessica Fraser-Thomas, the kinesiology professor who led the project.I suck.’ You need to be very careful about your timing, how it’s phrased and whether it’s in front of other people.” Studies such as Fraser-Thomas’s are of growing interest to Hockey Canada, because they point to a link between parental obsessiveness and children’s interest in the game.In short: Gung-ho adults may be costing hockey young players.She could hear parents of players on the opposing team calling to their youngsters. But a peewee game between teams from Vaughan and Willowdale is under way on the other ice surface, and Dennis has no sooner hustled Evan out the door than it suddenly turns sour. The worst part was, you could see the kids were actually trying do it.” Afraid of what might happen if she got up and confronted the offending parents, Dennis instead removed herself to the arena lobby, pacing the rubberized floor until her blood cooled.
That ratio has slipped, as a greater share of children are born to immigrant families, to whom hockey seems a closed society of red-faced dads wearing leather-armed jackets.