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Palin's take on hockey moms has her on thin ice with some

Dawn Tiorano, with son R. J. in Everett last week, said hockey parents can get intense, often a result of the long hours and big money they invest. Dawn Tiorano, with son R. J. in Everett last week, said hockey parents can get intense, often a result of the long hours and big money they invest. (Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman)
By Tom Haines
Globe Staff / September 16, 2008

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Tina Snook, a mother of four, part-time photo lab technician, and secretary of Everett Revere Youth Hockey, recently started maneuvering this Monday afternoon schedule for her 9-year-old son, Ryan: get him to the ice in Peabody for a 4:15 skill session, then to a 5:15 squirt practice in Everett, and finally to Revere for a select team practice at 6:30. (Full article: 818 words)

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