Skater of the Month
MELISSA - SKATER OF THE MONTH
Congratulations to Melissa has been chosen as #TheRinks Anaheim ICE AUFEIS Hockey Skater of the Month! Melissa was born with a medical condition called congenital glucokinease hyperinsulinism. This extremely rare and difficult to manage condition doesn’t get her down. Even after multiple hospitalizations, surgeries and life threatening episodes, she is still a ray of sunshine and unstoppable! Melissa truly has an indomitable spirit. Melissa has been ice skating for 4 years now. The first time she competed she got off the ice and said, "That was fun! Can I go back out?" and has been participating in both ISI and USFS ever since. Figure skating is a very positive influence in her life. This month she received a service diabetic dog through Make A Wish. She was presented with Luna as Make A Wish's 6000th wish! Every day Melissa deals with her life threatening condition with a bright spirit and energetic positive attitude. Today, we honor her for never giving up and being a positive addition to The Rinks skating program! Congrats!
Youth Player of the Month
LUC - YOUTH PLAYERS OF THE MONTH
Congratulations to our AUFEIS Hockey Youth Player of the Month for June 2018, Luc! Luc comes from our In-House League, and is a part of the Squirt 10U league. He started out in #TheRinks Hockey Initiation program, and after two years of hard work and dedication, he rose through the ranks and played 8U Mite’s with the Jr. Ducks. In his spare time, Luc likes to play baseball and play in-house during the Jr. Duck off-season. It should be noted that on the day of this interview, June 17, 2018, Luc scored a hat trick during his game. Great Job Luc, and keep up the hard work!
Adult Player of the Month
MIKE BREWSTER - PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Congratulations to our AUFEIS Hockey Player of the Month at #TheRinks – Anaheim ICE, Mike Brewster! Mike enjoys coming to Anaheim ICE every week and playing with his friends. Even though he is a Kings fan, Anaheim ICE is where his team has been playing for 20 years, and being with his teammates is what is most important to him. Congratulations, Mike!