EVIL Patrick Shannon - Director/ Visual Master He is a Vegetarian Filmmaker/Designer/Photographer who loves, Movies, Music and Espresso. Patrick was born in a Haida war canoe off the NorthWest coast of British Columbia, Canada in the late 1980's. The son of a Viking drywaller and Haida princess, he was raised in the small native fishing village of Skidegate, on Haida Gwaii. He is the Creative Director of HOCKEYGODS.COM designing and editing all of the videos that you see on the website and abroad. http://evilpatrick.ca
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Growing up in Northern BC, Antonio had always had a passion for hockey and music. Antonio was brought on the team for his computer skills and his passion for hockey. Antonio currently attends to everything technological and internet related for HockeyGods.com. From server maintenance and IT to designing, building and up-keeping the website.
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Jacques is thrilled to be part of the HockeyGods team. He began playing ball hockey at the age of 5 in Montreal, Quebec where he went to many a Stanley Cup parade. He co-created "Nucklehead Fever", a play about the Canucks which won Best production in 1998 at the Vancouver Sun Readers Choice Awards, and performed over 300 times in The Big League across B.C. and Ontario. Besides playing "the oldest man still allowed on television", Jacques is part of the creative team at HockeyGods and is a huge fan of HockeyGoddess.
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Born in British Columbia, Ross discovered Hockey at the age of six and "a love affair was born." Hockey Night in Canada-he never missed a Saturday night. Ross' family was too poor to play Ice Hockey, but he had excelled at every other type of Hockey he played. Street, gym, ball, cosom, table top, bubble, politics of Hockey, he played them all, passionately. (He plays Ice Hockey now.) Ross' passion for all types of Hockey is stronger today than ever. He loves the modern game of speed, finesse, contact and smart thinking. Every continent is producing world-class players. Ross is the Historian and Collector on our team and he will share his knowledge about the early "Hockeyists" who brought their traditional homeland games to our ponds, rivers, fields, streets and arenas.
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