Cam Sault reflects on a full hockey career

Some of Cam Sault’s fondest years are the seasons that he spent with the Brantford Blast where he was a standout performer. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer Cam Sault of the Hamilton Steelhawks is 34-years-old and has felt the draw of hockey for as long as he can remember. Sault doesn’t know what his future in hockey holds, but he does know that because of hockey, he has lived a full career. He recently spoke to Turtle Island News on his hockey career. His passion for hockey began in Hagersville and Six Nations. “I played my first couple years of Minor Hockey in Hagersville. The only reason we played there is because we lived in New Credit, (Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation)” he said. “When we got older to my Bantam age we played for Six Nations Hockey.” Six Nations is where he grew his game for the first time. “That’s where…

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