Hockey

Every prompt will center around the topic of hockey. Read the prompt and finish the story. As you will see below the prompt is a file you can download. Download this file, print it out and write your story, or download the file, fill in the story, and save it.

Now write your story based on these prompts and see if you can come up with a good surprise ending. There are no wrong answers. All you want to do is let your mind wonder, use your imagination, and let the words flow.

  1. When Leo was a little boy, he remembered his parents watching a lot of hockey, on TV. While no one in the family was particularly athletically inclined, they did enjoy watching certain sports. His mom preferred figure skating to hockey, but it was skating just the same. Now that their 30th anniversary was approaching, Leo had a great idea for a gift…..

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  2. There wasn’t much excitement in the town where Jenna grew up. She did; however, look forward to winter, as there were several places to go ice skating. It was her favorite activity, and she even dreamt of clean white skates, shinny blades, and doing twirls and leaps. One day, as she approached the rink, instead of seeing the typical families, couples and teens clumsily falling on the ice, a group of young men were playing hockey. Annoyed that she couldn’t skate, she…..

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  3. The school Chrissy attended wouldn’t allow girls to try out for the hockey team. Her two older brothers had each been voted as ‘most valuable player,’ when they were on the team. Growing up in a household where hockey was the number one sport, Chrissy learned how to play, first by watching the boys, then playing herself. She was pretty good; even her brothers thought so. A few of her friends were in similar situations, and angry they couldn’t play for the school. Wanting to do something, she gathered the girls together, and they…..

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  4. Matt and Ryan were rivals. It was a constant contest to see who was better. They invariably turned everything into a competition – who could get the best looking girl, better grades, higher paying job, and so on. Nothing was off limits, and everything became another opportunity to outdo each other. Their families and friends were sick and tired of the endless rivalry, and decided to put an end to the escapades, once and for all. Knowing both boys could barely stand up on skates, let alone play hockey, they set a trap in motion…..

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