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September 2010 - Jean-Paul LaFontaine

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September 2010 - Jean-Paul LaFontaine

Jean-Paul LaFontaine


Hometown:
Position:
Height:
Faribault, MN
Center 5'9''
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Birthday:
Weight:
Green Bay Gamblers February 13, 1992
170 lbs

 

Chosen Attribute: Teamwork

Why is this attribute important to you?

Teamwork is the essence of winning, by coming together as one big family to accomplish a goal. God wants us to put others needs before our own, to be unselfish. Teamwork provides the opportunity to put that principle into action.

What is your favorite scripture verse?

Philippians 4:13: "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."

Just lets me know how powerful God really is. When I am really challenged in hockey, school work, or relationships, this verse pulls me through and helps me put the focus back on Jesus. I am continually learning to get my confidence from God and not from the world or myself.

What else should we know about you?

I have a younger sister, Monique, she is going into the 11th grade at SSM. She loves volleyball and also plays basketball and lacrosse. Starting in the fall of 2011, I will play at Minnesota State University in Mankato, where I was blessed to receive a hockey scholarship. My Dad, John LaFontaine was a college hockey coach and would like to coach at the college level again. My Mom and Dad led a weekly FCA Huddle for two plus years at SSM. I currently attend a youth worship group at my church, River Valley, in Faribault, MN.In addition to hockey, I enjoy golf, basketball, snow skiing and water skiing.

1 comment (Add your own)

1. Upendra wrote:
just another moron Russian that doesn't untserdand the concept of a best on best tournament. Canada didn't win gold in the Olympic games until 2002 because we could not send our professionals..Since there is no professional in Communism the Soviet union were able to send their best to play in the Olympics. It was like sending an NHL team to play against a College team. Do you not untserdand this concept? Is it a coincidence that since pros were allowed to play..Canada won 2/4 gold

Thu, November 22, 2012 @ 10:51 AM

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