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Monday, September 30 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Writing Sports History

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Kevin Ticen will discuss his book: When It Mattered Most - which is a historical book about the 1917 Stanley Cup Champions Seattle Totems. In the winter of 1917, as Europe pulled the U.S. into WWI, a talented band of athletes in the Pacific Northwest fought to turn themselves into an elite team. When It Mattered Most breathes life into the humanity and times of a remarkable team during a monumental 18-month period of world history, with a never-before-seen look into the evolution of Hall of Fame players, a championship team, and a war largely overshadowed by its second incarnation.

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Kevin Ticen

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Kevin Ticen spent more than six years as the Director of Marketing and Communications for the Seattle Sports Commission.  A former catcher on the University of Washington baseball team, Ticen played professionally in the Anaheim Angels minor league system and then overseas in Austria... Read More →


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