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Jul 05, 2018 | Dawn Riley | 1095 views
Alumni Revisited- Brett Farr
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  Brett Farr
Current/Last team played for: Mooretown Flags 2017-2018 PJHL
Years Played in Lambton (eg: 2008-2012)  :  2010-2014 

1. What was your favourite minor hockey memory? Winning a hockey tournament in Columbus
2. Greatest accomplishment in Jr Hockey? Hat trick and 2 assists in one game

3. When you played for Lambton, who was your favourite Sting player?  Steven Stamkos
4. What one thing did you learn in Minor hockey that helped you get to the next level?  Always practice how you would play in a game
5. What do you see yourself doing in 10 years?  Local 663 in sarnia as a pipe fitter

To view Bretts stats please visit the Lambton AAA website under the Alumni Tab
Thank you to Brett for participating in Alumni revisited. 

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