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Stick Handling the Financial Costs of Hockey with World Champion turned Financial Advisor, Brent Tul

When I ask you what you worry about most in a hockey season (and I ask every year), along with “my child having fun” and “how to fit it all in”, the most common response is “how to manage financially”.

This, admittedly, is an area where until recently I was happy to avoid really thinking about. I’ve heard from you, and also from some hockey moms of players who have made it big, that sometimes it’s easier to pretend we don’t notice the cost of hockey and how it affects you and your family’s finances.

Brent says, “While it’s easy to ignore the costs of hockey, it’s important to pay attention and also ensure you are taking acare of other aspects of your finances so your family can have security today and down the road.” Somehow it was ingrained  in me that talking about money was a bad thing. But I’ve learned that if you don’t talk about it, money problems can really sneak up on you. It’s one of our biggest stressors as hockey families, so let’s talk about it.

Over the next few months and with Brent’s help, I’ll be delving into some of the areas that we as Hockey Moms and hockey families should be thinking about. We can even answer your questions. Stay tuned, because the first post is going to be about one of the fastest and easiest ways to save yourself some money every month. Comments or questions? You can email me with Hockey Mom stuff here at, or follow up with Brent at . Follow the conversation on our Facebook Page.

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