Corey has played hockey for nine years on various teams. He started playing at Frederick with the Victory in-house team, then the Victory Stars. He eventually decided to play travel with the Fredrick Freeze and the Howard Huskies while playing for the Urbana High School hockey team. Corey has also played youth football and baseball. He’s proud to finish out his last year of youth hockey with his friends and coaches back at the Freeze.
NHL Team: The Washington Capitals NHL Player: Evgeny Kuznetsov Food: Pho Movie: Step Brothers Vacation Spot: Jamaica and Portugal
Hockey, baseball, and spending time with family and friends.
To attend Frederick Community College followed by the Fire Academy to become a career firefighter.
Words from Coach Eberhardt
Every team needs someone they trust and respect to be their captain and Corey's teammates have selected him for this critical leadership position. He plays with an unselfish passion that makes him a dangerous opponent because he can set up goals just as easily as he can score them. In some sports, players fake an injury to create an advantage. When Corey dislocates his shoulder, he pops it back in and pretends he's not injured so he can be the advantage. With this kind of grit and determination, I know Corey will make a great firefighter. Good luck, Corey!
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