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CWSF 2011 - Toronto, Ontario

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Nolin - Growing up in Fort Frances, Ontario, I've been going to school at J.W. Walker School for most of my life. I like to run and jog and especially play hockey over winter. I also enjoy cooking and every once in a while of course gaming. I like dogs, especially my English Mastiff Boomer, as well as hunting for partridge and moose. As of now I hope to become a lawyer when I grow up, but there are other things also.
Tyler - My name is Tyler Vanuden, and I love to play sports. My favorite sport is hockey, then baseball, then football, and then basketball. In my town I play AA hockey, and play on a regional AAA hockey team as well and am in the PeeWee division. This year I won the most dedicated award for my AA hockey team, and was an assistant captain for both my AA, and AAA hockey teams this past winter. In April of 2010 I went down to Stratford Ontario for the PeeWee all-ontario hockey championship with my regional team, and was the only first year player there. This year, I also played volleyball and basketball for my school teams, and played in one tournament with the basketball team, but we were in a grade 8 tournament, and we were a grade 7 team so unfortunately we never won a game but it was still fun. I am in a split class, (gr. 7-8) but am always having fun, and always learning. At my house I have my own backyard rink, and am on it almost every day in the winter that I have off. As well I have one brother, and no sisters.

Nolin Spuzak, Tyler VanUden

How Hot Is Your Shot?
Region:Sunset Country
City:Fort Frances, ON
School:J.W. Walker E.S.
Abstract:My partner and I tested to see if shooting a puck in warmer weather would increase the speed of a slap shot. Our hypothesis was that shooting in warmer weather would increase the speed the puck would travel. Our hypothesis was correct. The warmer the weather, the harder the shot. A stick with a heated shaft was then created, theoretically creating a harder shot.