For Tom and Molly Rothstein, it’s what hockey has given them off the ice that has left a lasting impression on all of their lives. A family full of hockey players - four out of six children have played the game growing up - the Rothsteins have spent plenty of time in the rink and on road trips, and have remained relentless in their love of the game through all the wins and losses. But what the Mound, Minn., natives cherish most is the camaraderie, the unique sense of community it has given them, as well as the important life lessons hockey has helped their children learn. Hockey teaches kids how to deal with successes and failures, how to be humble, supportive, hard-working and dedicated. These skills are invaluable, and thanks to Tom and Molly’s continued support of the USA Hockey Foundation, more children will have the opportunities that their family did to play hockey and make memories that will last a lifetime.