Ice Dreams Become Reality: The Story of Easton Schultz and Hudson Wisconsin Special Hockey EP93

Get ready to be inspired by an incredible story that is sure to tug at your heartstrings! In my next interview, I had the privilege of speaking with Easton Schultz, the founder of the Hudson Wisconsin Special Hockey Program, and let me tell you, his journey is nothing short of remarkable.

Easton's story began when he was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder at four. Despite his challenges, he found solace in the Learn to Skate program offered through the Hudson Hockey Association. From that day on, he was hooked on hockey and eventually worked up to the high school varsity team, even winning a state championship under his mentor, Davis Drewiske.

But Easton's true greatness was revealed after he suffered a severe collarbone injury while running track during his junior year of high school. Then, he met Ian Witt, and their friendship changed their lives forever. Together, they founded the Hudson Wisconsin Special Hockey Program, which aims to bring hockey to athletes of all abilities.

Easton's journey is one of perseverance, determination, and a deep passion for making a difference in the lives of others. His story will inspire you to pursue your dreams, regardless of obstacles. To learn more about Easton's remarkable journey and how you can support the Hudson Wisconsin Special Hockey Program, click on the link below. I can't wait for you to hear this incredible interview and be inspired by Easton's story!

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