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The car arrives at the hockey rink. Oliver and his dad get out and unload his gear from the trunk. Oliver doesn't want to go in to play hockey. He tells his dad that he has a stomach ache and can't play today.
Oliver's father had sensed that he had been getting nervous. He crouched down and looked at Oliver. "Look at how lucky you are to get to play hockey today!" he said. "Today is the big game and you have been practicing so hard. You'll be great out there.
Oliver and his father walked into the rink, past the smells of the food, cooking in the concession stand. Oliver felt much better and was ready to step out onto the Ice and show off the skills he had been working on. Oliver hurried to the locker room eager to get dressed.
After the game, Oliver ran out to hug his dad. "You were right dad!" He said. "I had so much fun. There was nothing to be worried about!" Oliver's father responded, "You played very well. You even scored a goal! Good job Oliver."
That night, Oliver got into bed with the puck from the game on his nightstand. He had so much fun that he had forgotten how nervous he was. Oliver drifts off to sleep, dreaming of his next hockey game.
Good night Oliver!
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