Thomas Larson got a later start in hockey than some. He began skating at 10, and playing at 11. He talks about his quick upward trajectory in the game, injuries in Juniors that began to take their toll, and his eventual hand he was dealt. While he was “forced” out of playing competitively, he found the game again, and it helped him out of the same darkness its absence had put him in. Enjoy his tales, from success to struggle. He is another guest who was, and is still to a degree, defined by the game.