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But for two young brothers who were born in Nottawasaga Bay in the early 1990s, pulling on their snow pants, sneakers and parkas and bringing their childhood joy of digging into the snow was a near-constant adventure.
J.J. and his brother, Kyle, were born within a month of each other in 1990 and spent a lot of time together.
Kyle was born at home, in a birthing pool, while J.J. was born in a hospital in Kingston.
This year, Kyle, 40, was one of 20 people to take part in the Plein Air Canada National Pond Hockey Championships in Sainte-Julie-des-Piles, Que.
The annual tournament is held by the Canadian Pond Hockey Association.
Kyle, a former Toronto Maple Leafs forward who played with the team from 1998 to 2003, was a member of the Oakville Buzz for 15 years.
He won a gold medal in the 1989 tournament in Toronto, as well as the Ontario Pond Hockey Championship in Beeton, Ont., in 1999.
In 2001, he was a member of the winning team at the World Pond Hockey Championships in Ireland.
The brothers became friends at the age of 6 or 7 when they met at a school in Nottawasaga Bay.
They both spent most of their days at the Bay Haven playground in the summer, and on Saturday mornings, after their mother, Constance, finished her day at her job as a recreation supervisor, they went sledding at the nearby track, where they’d race each other down the hill.
“It was something that we did together,” said J.J., now a teacher at St. Rita Elementary School in Orléans.
Kyle, who now lives in Markham, Ont., and works for a cranberry producer, was one of the key organizers of this year’s tournament. He’s a member of the Saint-Jérôme, Que., team.
On Sunday, he was back in his hometown, meeting and chatting with some of