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October 2009 - Christopher Paulin

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October 2009 - Christopher Paulin

Christopher Paulin


Lockport, NY Goalie 5'10''
Buffalo Stars Empire Jr.  December 17, 1992 157 lbs


Chosen Attribute: Integrity

Why Integrity??
Why is this attribute important to you?   You cannot thrive on the ice, nor in lifewithout the attributes that contribute to integrity (loyalty, work ethic,honor, etc.).  I can attribute much of mysuccess to the loyalty I’ve shown towards my teammates, coaches, family, andmost of all, the Lord who has blessed me with many opportunities.

Favorite scripture?   Ephesians 6:4
"Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord."   I like this one because my father is always there for me and has helped me anyway possible.  I owe him all my current success, and success to come.  


Christopher is a junior at Lockport High School and aparishioner at St. John the Baptist.  Heloves the game of hockey and plays with a lot of passion and energy.  Toward the end of last season he made somechanges to his game that helped him to be a more consistent goalie; addingcomposer to his game.  With the help ofhis family and the Lord, he has been provided so many different opportunitiesto exceed and excel.  Christopher knowsthat  “Through the Lord,  All things are Possible”, and by trusting inHim, he is able to play more relaxed and consistent in the net this season….  This change has helped him lead his team toa  4-1 record with a GAA of 1.40, a savepercentage of 93.8%, and 2 shut-outs… all in his first month of JuniorHockey.    For his loyalty to his teammates, his familyand his Lord, FCA is proud to recognize Christopher as the October heart andSoul Athlete of the Month.  


5 comments (Add your own)

1. Buff wrote:
Congratulations Christopher…you have worked hard to get to where you are and have been blessed because of your commitment. You’re a great kid. Your teammates and coaches should be thrilled to have you on their team. You should also know that there are people out there praying for you and for a bright future for you in both hockey and in life.

Wed, January 27, 2010 @ 7:51 PM

2. Tyler wrote:
Chris good job!!!! ill still snipe u tho

Tue, March 9, 2010 @ 7:56 AM

3. Mike G wrote:
Your so good i can never score on you i wen 0-10 on breakaways against you. your the only goalie i nvr scored on

Thu, March 11, 2010 @ 8:03 AM

4. Amza wrote:
Yes, I'm a hockey mom too. Currently viintisg Minnesota for two weeks while my bantam son goes to Minnesota Hockey Camps and I roam around the state (but mostly St. Paul). During the season, look forward to rushing into the rinks 5+days a week/9 months out of the year just to get out of the cold. We travel around the great state of Alaska all winter for this game or that. (We spend the off season on the ball field). My oldest enters high school this year to play at none other than North Pole High School. I've had the (enjoyment?) of being suckered into managing this competitive hockey team for two years now.

Thu, November 22, 2012 @ 2:54 AM

5. wrote:
Therefore, people spend more evening online.

Thu, October 31, 2019 @ 11:10 AM

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