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The Penalty Kill is a resource of FCA Hockey meant to communicate the Gospel and spiritual truths.  It is our hope that through these devotions and testimonies people will understand that by His work on the cross and resurrection Jesus Christ killed the penalty we incurred - offering forgiveness to anyone who calls on His name.  

Penalty Kill Devotional Packet & Warrior's Prayer

Below is a link for a 12 part devotional of Penalty Kill devotions - a collection of year one highlights - and our FCA Hockey Warrior's Prayer. 

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Legacies & Legends Part 4

Finishing up a Legacies and Legends Penalty Kill series would be incomplete without a discussion about hockey’s “Great One”. Statistically, Wayne Gretzky’s hockey status is otherworldly. He still holds roughly 60 NHL records encompassing regular season and post-season play with a gaudy nearly 2 points per game average throughout his playing career. He also led his teams to 4 Stanley Cup titles and was awarded 9 Hart trophies as the league’s Most Valuable Player in his 20 year career...


Legacies & Legends Part 3

Although hockey fans know and understand that Lord Stanley’s Cup is the hardest and most grueling championship trophy to hoist, the Super Bowl has risen to epic worldwide fanfare and for a one game setting offers a compelling do or die spectacle of achievement. I am deviating from my regularly planned hockey-inspired Penalty Kill to capture some of the lessons brought to bear in the most recent installment of the Super Bowl due to their uncanny tie-ins to a Legacies and Legends perspective...


Legacies & Legends Part 2

The phrase “That’s how legends are made” is a commonality in today’s halls of sports commentary. It speaks to an event, one’s accomplishment or defining moment that is a launching pad for greatness or stardom...


Legacies & Legends Part 1

The world of sports handles its history with kid gloves and strives to commemorate the greatness of each succeeding generation of athlete with many quality markers. These markers include statistical greatness, championship greatness, and of course for the elite of the elite, Hall of Fame greatness...


Who Really Is The Greatest? Part 4

Imagine you are in the locker room of your favorite NHL team dressing for a game. Suddenly you discover you don’t have your uniform jersey. The coach says. “What do you think you’re doing trying to go out with the team and no jersey? You don’t belong here...”


Who Really Is The Greatest? Part 3

Pittsburgh Penguin Matt Cullen has achieved the highest success for a professional hockey player in the 2015-2016 season, winning the Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins. For Matt, it was the second time being part of a championship team, having also won the cup in 2006 with the Carolina Hurricanes...


Who Really Is The Greatest? Part 2

Gigi Marvin is an Olympic and professional hockey player who God blessed with an opportunity to place her full trust in Him alone. She had a choice to make. She chose to trust God with dramatic and powerful results....


Who Really Is The Greatest? Part 1

Muhammed Ali’s death brought an outpouring of adulation. We respect the dead, but Ali was a man who, in my view, did much in the 1960s to debase the character of sport. Ali appeared to be the first great athlete who so flamboyantly violated all the received expectations for humility and gratitude...


Peak High Velocity Part 4 - "Mentally All In, Spiritually Ready"

What does it mean to be Spiritually All in? Luke 22:41-42 says “Then He withdrew from them about a stone’s throw, knelt down, and began to pray, “Father, if You are willing, take this cup away from Me—nevertheless, not My will, but Yours, be done.” Jesus exposed his dread of the coming trials, but he also reaffirmed his commitment to do what God wanted...


Peak High Velocity Part 3 - "Mentally, All In"

Clearly Jesus is leading by example and is All In! He made the ultimate commitment to the vision. Teams experience the best of efficiency and excellence when the whole team is “All In.” Everyone reading this has played or experienced their team win...

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