UCLA Magazine, Summer 2004
On March 3, 1999, Anderson School classmates Sean Gjos, Eric Eisner and Ralph Vogel were playing for UCLA’s club team in a national-championship ice-hockey tournament – the first time that the Bruins had made it into the postseason.
The game in Salt Lake City, Utah, had barely gotten under way when Gjos M.B.A. ’99 went shoulder-to-shoulder against a player from Life University, a small college in Marietta, Ga. As they raced for the puck, a body check knocked the 6-foot-1-inch Gjos off balance and sent him crashing into the boards. A moment later he was down on the ice.
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