Check out this oldie but a goodie from Class of 2013 student Dan Sicignano who talks with professional hockey player K.C. Timmons for the Pro Hockey News.
Brooklyn Aviators defenseman K.C. Timmons’ face resembles that of many players in the FHL – one that is bumped, scarred and bruised from a lifetime of playing the game of hockey.
But unlike many other players in the FHL, few can say their career has taken them the places that Timmons’ has – most notably, sharing the ice with Peter Forsberg.
Standing at 6-3 and about 220, the Victoria, B.C. native towers over many of the players around the Federal Hockey League – a league that features a lot of small, dynamic, fast skaters. From being drafted by the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche to seeing his career take him everywhere from Manchester, England to Melbourne, Australia to Hershey, Pennsylvania, he has seen a lot.
Timmons’ story is unique, but at the same time, his professional career mirrors many of the players who are currently employed in the FHL both on the Aviators and around the league as a whole.
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