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Introducing Gwen

McCally-Lee Entertainment

When I first heard about the Hockey Mom’s show and that they were looking for families to feature, my heart went THUMP!  I knew at a deep level this was right up my alley, yet was almost embarrassed at the thought of actually auditioning and wanting such a thing in my life. Then it happened…texts, emails and Facebook comments poured in from friends wide and far saying “Gwen…you have to do this!” The nudge was all it took to send me into full throttle. I managed to submit my paperwork which I threw together within minutes of the submission deadline….attaching nothing but family selfie pics and videos from one of my part time “today money” jobs which was me serving a beer on my head while walking backwards. A video clip which has since resurfaced on my Facebook page!

The kids and I had long family discussions over the possibility, the potential and the possible outcome…focusing on the fact that both positive and negative feedback from such an opportunity could be more than we could handle. It was a family decision to move forward and go for it!  Nothing lost, nothing gained…kids have always known this “mom” to be an outgoing, risk taker with huge amounts of spontaneity!  “Let’s do it kids”…were my exact words followed by a prayer and telling kids “if God wants this for us and for others then so be it….we don’t know what may come from this. Endless opportunities and challenges. I said to Olivia - “Besides honey, how many kids get to put "Featured in a Reality TV Show” on their resume or college application?

-Gwen

Check back soon to learn more about Gwen and hear about her crazy audition!

INTRODUCING ANGIE

McCally-Lee Entertainment

I don't love hockey. Yes you read that right. I can list a lot of things that I love and hockey is not one of them. I am sure you are thinking. I thought you were on a show called Hockey Moms? Yes, I am a very active hockey mom and hockey wife but most of it is not by choice. Almost all of my adult life was controlled by hockey in some way. I met my husband when I was 20 and he had already been drafted. He left to play professional hockey right after we graduated from college. Over the course of the next 13 years, he played in 12 cities in 6 different counties. From the ages of 23 to 34, I moved over 20 times. I can pack and unpack a box like nobody's business. We had a lot of wonderful times and once in a life time experiences. I am thankful that my husband was able to live his passion for so many years while providing for our growing family. I am forever grateful for my time in all those places around the world as they have made me the person that I am today. But there was also a lot of heartache, stress, unwanted change, loneliness, and frustration. I loved it and hated it all at the same time. 

A car accident required my husband to retire almost 3 years ago.

It was a big change for my family, one that I was ready for. I was so hopeful that
finally my life would settle down and we could live the "normal" life that I have always wanted. Little did I know that my hockey life was starting all over again. I now find myself surrounded by even more hockey then I was before. My husband has turned his hockey playing into hockey coaching, I have two kids who play hockey, I manage their teams, and my husband and I run hockey camps in Rosemount. When not at the rink, we are watching hockey, playing knee hockey, and talking about hockey.

It is ALL hockey ALL the time. 

On the show you will see my frustration with the amount of time and energy
that goes into hockey. You will see me missing my husband when he is coaching every weekend.
You will see my annoyance with bringing my kids to early morning practices. 
You will see the stress that I sometimes feel having to manage so much hockey in our lives. 
You will see all these things but I also hope you see the joy I have for my kids when they are on the ice. How much happiness it brings me to see the love they have for the game. How my heart just melts watching my husband and kids share in the passion of this sport. Possibly you will see me start to warm up to the sport of hockey as I enjoy it through the eyes of the most important little people in my life. 

And maybe, just maybe, my love/hate for hockey will begin to be just love.

-ANGIE

Introducing Shontel - part 1

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Our life as a family and as business owners has grown to be more and more chaotic as the years fly by.  Had you asked me to draw a picture of my current life five years ago, I never would have imagined we'd be where we are today and doing what we are doing.

The addition of the show "Hockey Moms" was in a sense something we've always joked about.  We often joke about needing a camera crew to follow us around to capture the "shit show."  Everyday we have hiccups that are just ridiculous.  A recent example involves Clint and I both at work serving at the restaurant, trying to take care of our tables when the kids shuffle on in thinking its OK to disrupt somebodies dining experience to have us leave our table to get a golf cart "unstuck" out in the muddy woods-sad thing is I took Clint's tables for a few minutes and he actually ran out into the woods to help with the golf cart.  

People always ask us how we do it, the show is a perfect way to let everyone in on our daily routines, schedules and survival tactics. Our crazy hockey schedule is something people will be amazed by, disgusted with, dumb founded by and utterly confused by.  There will be families who can totally relate to us, families who think we are "doing this to ourselves," families who may think this lifestyle is near child abuse.  Think what you may but I guarantee you we are NOT forcing hockey on any of our kids.  "Hockey Moms" is a fun way to answer everyone's questions and show them just how we do it.  

-Shontel

Check back to learn how Shontel's kids really feel about being on "Hockey Moms."