Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington

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Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington

He currently works with the Maple Leafs as a community ambassador. Clark, whose jersey No. The Maple Leafs have created new banners to hang at Air Canada Centre, and are turning the old ones over to the home towns of players whose s have been retired. The official banner raising ceremony, which is part of a gala day, is Saturday at 2 p. Q: People in Kelvington talk about what Wendel Clark means to them. So what does Kelvington mean to Wendel Clark? The upbringing, the roots you gained, the things you strive for in life all started with where you came from. Q: Y ou played with three different teams in back-to-back seasons — with the bantam squad in Yorkton, plus bantam and midget teams in Kelvington.

Did you ever play multiple games in a single day? A: Three or four games in a single day, easily. Provincials in Yorkton, and a tournament in Kelvington the same day. Yeah …. Q: What does that do to your body? Q: You were on skates at 18 months and playing organized hockey at age three for your dad Les, who played in the minor-pros. You and your brothers, Donn and Kerry, were all accomplished hockey players. Is it possible to summarize the importance your father Les had in your development?

A: He loved sports. Basically, we worked on the farm, and played sports, and hockey was always No. Q: Your father once said he was hard on you boys, but that if you were going to play hockey, he wanted you to play it right. Is there any one lesson, skill or philosophy he taught you that translated over to your hockey career?

A: Work ethic. And with that, the skills he taught us growing up — passing, shooting, skating. But the biggest thing that rubbed off is how much he loved to farm, and how much he loved the game Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington hockey. That translates over to the kids, because they see what their parents love. She was the rock, so that everything could happen. Q: The Regina Pats once held your rights, then dropped you off their list, and the Blades scooped you up. Have you ever heard anybody from the Pats express regret for that decision?

That was back when if you were on a list really young, you took up two spots.

Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington

You pitched your team to a win. Where was softball on your list of priorities? A: Growing up in Saskatchewan, you played hockey all winter, and ball all summer. All the buddies you played hockey with, you played ball with. You took ball to the same level sometimes as hockey. I was a pitcher, shortstop … whatever was needed.

Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington

Q: Do you ever ponder your career trajectory if the Leafs had kept you at defence, rather than shifting you to forward as a rookie? A: Never really thought much about it. No regrets. Q: Touching on what you just said, what is your single biggest regret, and your single biggest triumph, at the NHL level? Those are the cards I was dealt. And the triumph was playing the 15 years I did, meeting the people I met in the game. How does his upbringing in hockey contrast with your own? A: Less travel. He grew up in the city, but he got to play, have fun, lots of ice time — a lot of the same things.

But the biggest difference is he grew up in the city, and I grew up in a small town. Is there any one player from your era he most closely compares to? Then when you get in the playoffs every year, you have that kick at the can, to see how far you go.

Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington

A: I always hope we get there. But playoffs is first. You want to consistently be in the playoffs, and that gives us a run at being in the right spot. Q: You had a lot of injuries as a player.

Women-s-e-x on the Kelvington

You took a pounding. When you wake up in the morning now, do you know you were a hockey player, just because of how your body feels? I pretty much always know I played the game. The body tells me. A welcome is on its way. If you don't see it, please check your junk folder. We encountered an issue ing you up. Please try again. This website uses cookies to personalize your content includingand allows us to analyze our traffic.

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