Tom Chorske - University of Minnesota, New Jersey Devils, Fox Sports North Hockey Analyst


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Tom Chorske played for the Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Pittsburg Penguins, New York Islanders, Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, and Washington Capitals through his 11 years career in the 90's. After he retired from playing he had to get a job and start the next phase of his life. A majority of players don't have the nest egg we think professional athletes have after they are done playing. But before this Tom Chorske was a highly touted recruited from Minneapolis Southwest High School and Mr. Hockey in 1985. Tom had immense talent. With this talent comes expectations. Listen as Tom Chorske tells us about the pressures of being Mr. Hockey, being a top recruit in the state, feeling he was not living up to the expectations, winning the Stanley Cup and his transition to a post-NHL career.

Tom Chorske has 3 kids, lives in Edina, and currently works for Fox Sports North as a hockey analyst, Calabrio as a Key Account Manager, and an advisor for Agency Underground.

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