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It was the last period, tied 0-0. I had the game on my stick, just me and the goalie. The clock was ticking down, 36...35...34. Did you just think that I was going to tell you what happened next? Nice try. I have to build up some suspense first. A lot of hard work went into that one moment, at least for some people. For others, they could have cared less if we won or lost. I didn't care as long as I truly tried my best. But don't get me wrong; I love winning but I have never understood those people who didn't care if they won or lost or even how they played. …
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