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It didn’t take the Boston Bruins prospect long to see the links between dance and stopping pucks, and they were reinforced by a season that ended with him winning the Mike Richter award as the top goalie in college hockey.
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During my first rehab, there were a number of ballet dancers at PT. Their strength and flexibility was astounding. Their bodies were as beat up by the demands of professional ballet as any major league athlete. It was eye opening.
During my first rehab, there were a number of ballet dancers at PT. Their strength and flexibility was astounding.