Bobby Sokol is a semi-professional hockey player on the Peoria Rivermen (SPHL) and the Port Huron Prowlers (FPHL). In the past, he played at Ringgold High School, Hobart College, and overseas in several European countries. Ball, roller, and ice hockey have been a huge part of his life since he was just 2 years old.
As he continues to make new connections in the hockey world and in his community, Bobby aims to give back any way he can. He is the Co-founder of “Clutch Hockey Systems”, an athletic training company that helps hockey players get to the next level. He also has a podcast called “A Bobcast of Stories” that focuses on sharing the stories of him and his friends in the hockey community.
Bobby talks about how hockey has impacted his life, his passion for giving back to his community, the importance of always moving forward, and much more!
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