Wherever Adrian Mizzi travels he tends to get odd looks.
Of course, putting on full goalie gear in front of the pyramids in Egypt will get you that, as it will in a grocery store in Brazil or in a public square in Portugal. Heck, even in the so-called Center of the Hockey Universe, Mizzi’s hometown, strapping on the pads in front of the CN Tower or the World’s Largest Rubber Duck guarantees a sideways glance. But it’s a small price to pay to get that perfect peculiar photo for his scrapbook.
For more than decade now, Mizzi has resided at the intersection of hockey and travel, living a semi-nomadic existence that has taken him through 38 countries and counting – always with his goalie gear in tow. He’s been everywhere from the ‘End of the World’ in Ushuaia, Argentina, to the ‘Roof of the ...
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