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The Tucker Road Ice Rink Ducks are an African-American youth hockey team in Prince George’s County. The team lost their home-ice advantage after their barn caught on fire early this year. Kojo chats with the organization’s leaders about what the young players are learning from a season filled with challenges – a season now headed to a tournament.
- Alexandria Briggs-Blake President, Tucker Road Parent Hockey Organization
- Rahman-Rahim Ba'th Coach Rock, Coach of the Tucker Road Ice Rink Ducks
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