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You meet Ivy League-educated self-made millionaires, doctors and lawyers and visionary entrepreneurs through minor hockey, but the second they walk into a rink they lose every bit of common sense they have. One father, and he is not the only parent to have done this, because there is a lot of wealth around minor hockey, but this gentleman bought into a team in the Greater Toronto Hockey League and his son, as a result, had to play on it.
If there had been open tryouts for that team this kid never would have made it.
Most bitter of all is the potent showcase of frequently naughty and often near-criminal behaviours adults will engage in, all in the name of hockey. The kids don’t know any better because they are just kids, and they get all wound up and start running around and hitting one another — and that’s when the parents get all wound up.
We’re talking about Canadian hockey parents — and coaches — and we set out to interview as many as we could across the country, to pull from them the truth, the whole truth, in all its gory detail, about minor hockey. And then that’s when the real craziness begins, because it is the parents who are the real crazies. Of course, we’re only talking about the bad stuff — the parents. It is like university, and it is the guys that never get out, whose wives keep such a tight leash on them, that wind up going crazy at tournaments — while their kid is asleep in a hotel room. No one has ever been arrested, but it can be like prom night.
By the time he pulled up to his house on Seymour Avenue, just a few blocks from where Knight lived, he’d convinced her to take one home for Joey.
A tall chain-link fence surrounded the dilapidated, multi-story home, and trash was strewn across the lawn.
The picture that emerged was often sweet but often incredibly ugly, rife with tales of extra-marital affairs in rinky-dink hotels, fistfights in the stands, threats uttered, coaches bribed and dads getting so sloshed at tournaments that they wind up in the hospital while their child is fast asleep back at the hotel. There was this one mother, a nurse from the Whitby area east of Toronto, and she delivered babies for a living. Maybe it is our Momma bear instinct mixed with our hormones, but this nurse would start swearing at the parents on the other team and then she would go at them. We had this one dad who got so drunk that he started smashing beer bottles and wound up in the hospital getting stitches in his hand. Part of the joy of it as a parent — is that it can be immature — and it is fun. We’ve had the Moms rent a limo to drive up to a game, so they could drink.
Castro said something about not wanting his truck to get stolen, then helped her out of the car. The thick air smelled like stale beer, urine and rotten black beans, and many of the windows were boarded up. “She’s right downstairs, putting some laundry in the machine,” Castro said. He pointed to the staircase, and Knight started climbing.
We agreed to think about it and discuss it later, but it's been months and he won't discuss it.
We've been talking about having children, but I don't want to raise a child in a home with a gun, and he doesn't want to have a child in a house that is unprotected.
This may sound harsh but the reality is that I am yet to come across a man living with his mother that is able to have a healthy relationship with a girlfriend. Oh they might do the whole One Time in Bandcamp Thing, where they claim they had a problem that caused them to be living at home with them and yada, yada, yada, but by the time you meet them, that problem is waaaaay in the past and no longer relevant.
I know of some very well off men that still live at home…Mind you, they’re well off because they save a fortune…they’re tight…. He can avoid getting serious in his relationships by having an obstacle of his mother.The appointment, with social services, was to discuss how she might regain custody of her 2-year-old son, who’d been placed in foster care a few months earlier after her mother’s boyfriend got drunk and, Knight says, became abusive and broke the boy’s leg.