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posted on November 07, 2009
; A distinctly Canadian game finds a whole new following
By: Joe O'Connor
Published: November 07, 2009
Source: National Post
His father drove a truck and his mother worked in a bottling factory. Money was tight and small luxuries -- such as a pair of squeaky new white running shoes with the coolest blue Velcro strap Parminder Singh had ever seen -- were items to be treasured.
And guarded with your life. But by then, hockey had already taken over Singh's life. He was nine years old and in love with a sport that was not even a sport where he came from in India. All he wanted to do was play shinny with his multi-ethnic stew of pals in a poor corner of northeast Toronto.