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Reporter Chris Dawson brings us a story about a local hockey referee embracing his role despite a hockey officials shortage.
"The biggest piece of advice is you have to have thick skin and to try to ignore the parents, the coaches when they are upset with a call because at the end they are trying to win a hockey game so they are not going to agree with all your calls," says Darren Long.
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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:
Jeff Turl brought us the story of cancer survivor Desmond Nichol who landed a giant walleye in Lake Temagami. He catches three fish over 30 inches in a single day.