Thin Ice

Thin Ice

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Kelsey Rogers lives and breathes ice hockey. She grew up with a father and brother who both played, and from them she gained a fierce passion for the sport.

When her father’s company relocates him, Kelsey must leave her team behind, only to find out that there is no girls’ team where she now lives. Instead of giving up on the sport she loves, Kelsey fights her way onto the local boys’ travel team.

However, the difficulty doesn’t stop there. Kelsey has to deal with boys telling her she plays a boys’ sport and that she isn’t as good because of being a girl. Kelsey isn’t one to back down from a challenge, so instead of quitting, she vows to prove that a girl can play ice hockey.

Enter Dane Young. He’s the captain of Kelsey’s new team, and one of the major reasons she made it. Despite that, though, Dane is probably harder on her than the team’s coach. To Kelsey, it’s as if he wants to see her fail.

Kelsey is determined not to let that happen.

  • anarchist
  • closet
  • feminism
  • hockey
  • iceskating
  • sexism
The_Invalid The_Invalid Mar 12
I went to my first hockey game at 2, but I've never played. My dad doubts that I can play, but I reallllyyyy want to play, even if I'm the worst player. Everyone has to start somewhere right? Even the most professional players were the worst at some point.
I learned to skate when I was 4 and have played since I was 6 it's pretty much my life
I value sleep a little bit more than my phone, but otherwise we are one in the same girl
trouble-to-the-eyes trouble-to-the-eyes Dec 30, 2017
Everybody in the comments are like leafs suck and Montreal is so good, that's the completely opposite now
My bag does that to me all the time and my shoulder is bruised 😂
I know how to ice skate but I don't play ice hockey.....I play soccer I don't really know much about ice hockey