College Hockey Recruiting: Michigan Tech
The first half of our College Hockey Recruiting series for the 2013-14 season is filed away and as the season inches closer, we open our second half with a preview of the Michigan Tech Huskies. You can view the other College Hockey Recruiting previews already done here, and keep an eye out for the rest of this and other features coming down the pipe.
Are you eager to see your name on the recruit list? With over 100 years of history, college hockey is the single most popular game for men and close to 30% of the NHL players come from US college ranks. Every Friday and Saturday during the season the stadiums are rife with school fight songs and family and friends supporting their teams vociferously. So,it is natural to want to belong to the center stage. Have you been missing out on all the fun? Is an irritable skin condition like acne the cause for your misery?
While there is multibillion dollar industry solely dedicated to women’s skin woes, the same can’t be said for men. The industry is still nascent because men’s skin is a much-ignored topic. Usually men ignore their skin issues until it is too late and requires medical intervention. They are often ignorant on what creams, lotions and cleanser to use.
A few of the common problems faced by young men in college are acne, rosacea and redness. A lot of these crop up due to poor hygiene and hormonal changes. Poor knowledge of face washes and face masks leads to wrong treatment of these conditions which only aggravates the situation. Acne, one of the most common skin condition prevalent in young people is unsightly and painful in some cases. This condition is characterized by papules, pustules and cysts filled with pus. When pores of the facial skin get clogged, acne occurs.
Rosacea another skin condition characterized by redness on the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead. In severe cases, it is seen on the scalp, ears, neck and the chest. When left untreated it leads to pimples and red bumps giving the face a perpetually swollen expression.
There are aggressive methods of treating with laser or exfoliation. Next, medically you have to resort to cortisone injections in severe cases. But if you start taking care from the initial stages you won’t have to put yourself through the agony of chemicals, injections and medications. Facemasks containing a few ingredients like wheat germ, grapefruit oil, provitaminB5 are known to help treat acne and other skin related conditions naturally and harmlessly. But hunting for these products and then making a mask is troublesome and laborious. Thankfully there are few readymade natural face masks like the Black Mask which use these same ingredients and more to treat all facial skin conditions safely and without side effects.
So, if you want to focus completely on your game and are keen on been recruited for the next season, your attention should be only on your training and practice and not on unsightly and ruddy skin condition, which by the way aggravates with stress. So as a daily routine inculcate washing your face with a mild cleanser and follow it up with a toner.Remember an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. For now, let us focus on the present scenario where
This Recruiting Preview benefitted greatly from the help of Tech Hockey Guide recruiting guru Tim Braun. Tech Hockey fans certainly should know the site already, but for the rest of our readers, check out one of the more in-depth team-specific websites in all of college hockey.