Scott who started playing hockey at the age of 4 was inspired by his parents, and he has made them proud.
Caption: Scott Gomez celebrating Stanley Cup Trophy with teammate Claude Lemieux, 2000 At 36 years of age now, Scott is a pretty happy and satisfied man especially when he looks back at his records and performances that helped him become a sensation, a success!
As 2015 enters its final month, the year has been a monumentally successful one for women’s hockey paced by the foundation of the NWHL as North America’s first fully professional women’s league.
The increasing media attention that the sport’s top female players are starting to get is reason for optimism.
People say, 'You'll find something.' But saying that, there will never be that feeling again, of even playing a preseason NHL game. Gomez won two Stanley Cups and a Calder Trophy during his career.
“We just couldn’t imagine Anchorage, the most populated place in Alaska, with one of the highest percentages of NHL players per capita [and] an entire gender not being able to play,” Eckel says.until 2018, but the program is still looking for a long-term solution that will keep it going.The hope is that donations from recognizable names such as Gomez and Dick’s will attract the attention that is needed to find permanent support.I still remember getting up and waiting in line to get our gear at The Boys & Girls Club.“The Boys & Girls Club is probably one of the reasons I am in the NHL.” This fall, after the number of teams in the Anchorage area was reduced from six to four, the school district decided that this would be the last season of girls’ hockey as a public school sport, despite the fact that boys’ hockey in the state continues to thrive. Even worse, t, the VP of Brand Marketing for Dick’s.
I wanted these kids to experience some of the things that I did.” Gomez’s generosity is about recognizing his own roots in the sport.