"In practice he was the most competitive, most intense guy. I kind of challenged myself to try and get on that level, so I tried to bring out that level of competitiveness on whichever team I was on to try and beat his team, because in drills, his team was always winning...I was a little disappointed to hear that he transferred because I saw that competitive spark in him and I thought that if he wasn’t getting the minutes he wanted that he could earn the minutes, because he was that hard of a worker."- Kevin Pangos, on friend and compatriot Manny Arop. (Excerpt from an exclusive interview with SSF. Check back later this week for the full conversation we had with Kevin).