New Jersey Devils’ defenseman Bryce Salvador refers life without hockey as bitter pill-NHL News
New Jersey Devils’ defenseman, Bryce Salvador, has for the first time spoken about what the life was for him without hockey during the 2010-11 season, which he had to sit out due to concussion.
In spite of referring the life without hockey as a bitter pill to swallow, he has thrown a light on some of the positives he has learnt from the idle period he spent on the sidelines watching his teammates.
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