Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 09/08/07 at 09:56 AM ET
from the StarPhoenix,
In 1984, to hit the big time with the Philadelphia Flyers, he walked away from a secure gig at the University of Toronto.
“I built a cottage knowing that there’s movement in this industry . . . and I’d like to have some kind of roots,” says Keenan. “Right from the beginning, I recognized that. That was one of my priorities—to build a place that would be constant. And I still have it.
“I wasn’t naive enough to think that I was going to stay somewhere for 20 years. It doesn’t happen.”
This became another one of those summers.
By his estimation, he’ll have flown into Calgary at least five times when he returns from helping his father Ted get his cabin prepped for winter.
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