Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/23/11 at 09:47 AM ET
from Steve Trivett of the Daily Sun (FLA.),
Larry Robinson understands more than most that sometimes the difference between victory and defeat has everything to do with the transition from offense to defense and from defense to offense.
For 21 years, Robinson played professional hockey at the highest level and was inducted into the National Hockey League Hall of Fame in 1995.
Six times he lifted the Stanley Cup.
He’s now playing a lot of polo.
On Sunday, he and Citizens First teammates Joy Rodak, Antonio Campos and Jamie Mirikitani lifted The Villages Health System Cup after defeating Preferred Care, 10-6, in the championship match of the 6-goal tournament at The Villages Polo Club….
“A lot of people call polo hockey on horseback,” Robinson said. “And actually, that is more fact than fiction.”
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