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from the Hingham Journal,
Travis Roy may not have been a familiar figure to the Mites, Squirts and Pee Wees - who were too young to remember the BU player at the Pilgrim Skating Arena on Saturday - but soon he became someone they would never forget.... Today Roy, who as a youth hockey player dreamt about playing the sport in college and even the pros, is an author, hockey sports analyst, and motivational speaker with a foundation that supports research and one-on-one assistance to those with spinal cord injuries. "I woke up that morning and it was the best day of my life," Roy recalled about Oct. 20, 1995. "I sat in the locker room that had just been redone and the walls were covered with pictures of past BU players who had moved on to the NHL." "I thought someday my picture might be on that wall."
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