NWHL Free Agent UBC Undergraduate Student - Majoring in Psychology Aspiring Broadcaster https://www.facebook.com/Tatiana-Rafter-1011453268905635/
Under new salary cuts, womens' hockey players will have to choose between hockey and making rent.
In order to combat adversity, David embraced it and channeled his emotions into building a career he is passionate about. He hopes that in sharing his story, others experiencing personal challenges can find comfort that they aren't in it alone.
"I am stoked about the lineup we have this year. The best thing about having a team filled with talented players is that everyone can trust each other to do their own jobs and you can focus on what you need to personally bring to the table. For me, that means using my size and speed." - Tatiana Rafter
"Moments like today where you get to meet someone you have impacted directly really stick with you. It is a very special thing to be able to influence young women and be a source of inspiration for upcoming athletes." - Tatiana Rafter
"I made what I felt was the best decision for myself at this point in my life and decided to sign with the New York Riveters." - Tatiana Rafter
"It seems that as our sport is changing and evolving, it's creating an opportunity for me to grow too." - Tatiana Rafter