USA Hockey Magazine
Updated: Mar 12, 2020
“We sort of picked our friends and formed our own hockey team, and that became very important because that was sort of the catalyst of our group and then our organization,” Sedgwick recalled. “We didn’t really care about the level of hockey player you were. We really cared about the kind of person you were on the ice, off the ice, in the locker room.”
“I think it’s such a good thing that it’s at all different levels,” said Claire Adkinson of the Donkeys’ marketing team. “That was a big thing that they did, making sure everybody plays. We all love hockey; it doesn’t matter what level you are.