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April 2018

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April 2018

Aaron Randazzo

Team: Athol Murray College of Notre Dame, Major Midget AAA

Hometown: Alexandria, Minnesota

Position: Goalie

Birth Year: 2001

Height: 6'

Chosen Attribute: Integrity

Why is this important to you?

This is important to me because no matter what you do, whether in hockey or in life, you need to be the same person all the time, striving to be the best you can be. Your word is your word… period. Integrity is who you are when no one is looking.

Have you been involved with FCA or FCA Hockey in the past? What has been your experience with us? How has FCA Hockey impacted you?

It's impacted me in a big way. Growing up with all the great staff as role models and mentors to me and being able to grow as a hockey player as well as grow in my walk with Christ.

What is your favorite scripture verse? Why is this important to you?

Psalm 23:4 - "Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me."

This verse is important to me because it provides comfort knowing that no matter what we are going through the Lord is always there to help us through it. He will never leave us nor forsake us.

How did you hear about FCA Hockey?

My dad is the director of FCA Hockey.

What else should we know about you (future goals in hockey, family members, what church do you go to, favorite stuff outside of hockey, etc.)

My goal is to use the talents the Lord has given me at the highest level of hockey that I can reach… hopefully the NHL. My hockey background is very different than most 16 year olds as I was unable to play on teams growing up due to my family traveling for 5 years with FCA Hockey. Last year was the first time I have played on a team as a goalie, playing for my high school team in Minnesota.

It has been a huge blessing to have been recruited and to play for the ND Hounds AAA team and the Lord’s hand is so clear in bringing me here this past September. I look forward to playing in Portland (WHL) or in college in a few years after playing junior hockey

I have 3 brothers and 1 sister, Alex, who is an actor in Los Angles, Addison who loves legos and Anderson who is also going to be a goalie. Allie, my sister, is a very talented soccer player and singer. My dad played college hockey at Army, West Point and spent time in the Army and my mom, the best athlete in the family, is my biggest supporter besides the Lord.

1 comment (Add your own)

1. Barry Lem wrote:
Congrats Aaron! So proud of you. The Lord has so much more in store for you. Keep playing for His glory and you'll never go wrong!

Mon, April 9, 2018 @ 6:42 PM

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