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I aspire to be an NCAA collegiate ice hockey player. Three adjectives that best describe me are hard working, personable, and outgoing. My grades are my main priority.

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Ice Hockey
Basketball

At the age of two years old, my mother and father introduced me to ice hockey. From the moment I touched the ice, I knew it was where I belonged. Growing up, my mother and father enrolled me in basketball, baseball, soccer, and football. None of which inspired me like hockey. Today, I continue to aspire to be the best all-around hockey player and person I can possibly be. 

Ryan
Candia
Male
5'9"
04
165
1999
Center/ Left Wing
Woolwich
New Jersey
08085
USA
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Being raised by two blue collard workers, my mother and father continuously instill hard work, passion, and accountability in me. I value the accomplishments I receive because I understand what it takes in order to be successful. Furthermore, I find passion in every task I complete because my effort reflects my character and my future. Lastly, I embrace accountability because no matter of failure or success, I am proud of my efforts.  

In a world where we are surrounded by negativity, I make it my priority to bring positivity to my team. Also, leading with my actions is another value I continuously present to my teammates. I am always all in! Last and most importantly, my hard working mentality is my strong suit out of all of my values. Coming from a family of blue collar workers, I know nothing less than to work hard at any given moment. I constantly push my teammates be the best that they can be. 

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2017
Gilmour Academy
High School Graduate
Sports Medicine
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Prior Teams, Coaches and References
Rochester Junior Monarchs
Philadelphia Little Flyers