For players the off season is a time to become better, faster and stronger. There isn’t really much of a break. But for fans? It means insufferable heat and waiting around til October finally rolls back in. Pink Puck TV’s summer series “How to Survive the Offseason” is here to give you a few little helping hands to make it until the next puck drop with some of your sanity. We know we are always looking for something to do and these are some of the things we like to do to pass the time. Offseason doesn’t have to be torture!


Have your own ways to keep busy during the offseason? Let us know! You can tweet us (@thepinkpuck), find us on Facebook, or send us an email.

Co-written by and video credit to Heather Stebbins

A New England girl, born and raised, Jessica Higham has grown up loving few things more than hockey. Although she has never considered herself to be a good skater, she fell in love with hockey back when boys still had cooties and that love has only grown since. She genuinely wishes she had been alive to enjoy ‘Miracle on Ice’ and considers it to be one of the greatest moments in US history. Nothing compares to the feeling of September coming and signaling the start of a new season, complete with a whole new set of ups and downs. After having been an avid reader and occasional writer, Jessica wanted to try putting the two loves together and writing about hockey. Aside from hockey, Jessica also loves music, going to concerts, animals, and walking on the beach. Email: jessica@thepinkpuck.com @JessicaHigham

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