MILFORD - Doubt has plagued Zach White throughout his hockey career. A 2014 Foran High graduate, White never second-guessed his ability — it was battling past the perceived weaknesses in his game held by others.
“I was always told I wouldn’t play in college,” said White, who signed on Oct. 15 to play forward with the Danbury Hat Tricks in the Federal Prospects Hockey League, a 10-team Single-A federation for the 2020-21 season. “Or they said I definitely wouldn’t play after college. I was too small, not skilled enough.”