Hockey Culture: Julie Chu believes parents set culture of hockey

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Welcome to Hockey Culture, the NBC Sports multi-platform content offering dedicated to bringing equality and inclusion to hockey. Led by NBC Sports’ Anson Carter, Hockey Culture addresses contemporary topics within the sport, aim to promote diversity around the game , and increase community engagement.

Hockey legend Julie Chu joins Anson Carter to discuss breaking barriers as a female Asian-American player and how she and wife Caroline Ouellette handled being captains of the U.S. and Canadian teams, respectively.

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You can watch previous Hockey Culture episodes featuring Ryan Reaves, Grant Fuhr, Willie O’Ree, Harnarayan Singh, and more by clicking here.

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