In Puckster's Christmas Hockey Tournament, it is Christmas Eve and Puckster is nervously watching the heavy snowfall gather on the ground and in the trees. It is his first Christmas away from home and though he is excited to be with Team Canada at the World Junior Hockey Tournament, he is afraid that the winter storm will prevent his family and friends from travelling to the remote arena and arrive in time for Christmas morning.
But there is another traveler that Puckster and the players are excited to see this Christmas. Santa! When the heavy snow forces the closure of the roads, only Santa and his team of reindeer can help. Will everyone be together for Christmas? In this magical story of friendship, young hockey fans learn the true meaning of the holidays. Puckster's Christmas Hockey Tournament is destined to be a holiday classic.
HOCKEY CANADA is the national governing body for grassroots hockey in Canada. The organization works in conjunction with the 13 provincial branches, the Canadian Hockey League and a number of associate member organizations in growing the game at all levels. Hockey Canada oversees the management of programs in Canada from entry-level to high performance teams and competitions, including world championships and the Olympic Winter Games. Hockey Canada is also Canada's voice within the International Ice Hockey Federation. OUR MISSION STATEMENT IS: "Lead, Develop, and Promote Positive Hockey Experiences."
Lorna Schultz Nicholson grew up in St. Catharines, Ontario, and as a child loved to read and write. But then athletics took over and she put it all aside to be a jock. She holds a B Sc. in Human Performance from the University of Victoria and has worked as a Fitness and Recreation Co-ordinator at UVic where she also coached rowing. Lorna has worked in media and broadcasting and is currently a full-time author, having published over twenty books. She and her husband Bob live in Calgary, Alberta. Both are avid hockey fans!
Kelly Findley is a longtime graphic designer for Hockey Canada - the largest National Sports Organization in Canada. Prior to working at Hockey Canada, he worked as both an in-house designer with a variety of different companies and for an advertising agency.