The end of the summer means our final installment of our annual series featuring the off-season work habits of junior hockey players. This summer we've had many interesting jobs and a couple of jobs that pay really well – which is important when you're making CHL money.
The fun thing about this series is picturing the players you're used to seeing at the rink, signing autographs for kids or doing interviews, out in the summer mowing lawns or fishing or building decks or working in your local bakery. For most of them, it's a good way to keep busy during the off-season and earn some cash – just like most other teens.
So without further ado, here's a look at how some players are spending the summer...
Kyle Haas (Moncton Wildcats)
Landscaper - Fredericton, N.B.:
Usually our summer job stories are pretty straight forward, but Kyle Haas' off-season tale is anything but ordinary. It was while he was working as a landscaper for a contractor in the Fredericton, N.B., area that he noticed somethingRead More »from CHL Summer Jobs 2013: A fond farewell to off-season work