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The Importance of Off Ice Training
Submitted By Daryll Smith on Wednesday, June 12, 2019
On behalf of the Kitchener Lady Rangers Midget “A’s” and “AA’s” we would like to thank Lorne Gabel for taking the time to share her incredible hockey story to date and the importance of “off ice training”.

From boys “AAA”, to girls “AA”, to the PW, onto the Clarkson University Golden Knights, to her March 2019 Team Canada debut, Lorne understands the importance of working as hard off ice and you do on ice. As talented as Lorne is, her commitment to 500 shot days and hours of stickhandling off ice certainly served her well in her career to date.

Although the hockey, school, social, family life balance is tough, setting goals, having good time management and remembering what is important to you will keep you on “whatever” track you choose in creating your own “success”. As Tim Notke said, “hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”. As talented as we all believe you are, please don’t lose Lorne’s or Tim’s lessons this summer.

Our sincere thanks and best wishes to Lorne with both Team Canada and her career path.

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