See Rod Stewart’s son, who is a professional hockey player
Since the launch of his rock career in the 60s, Rod stewart became one of the best-selling musicians of all time, having sold over 250 million records. The London-born singer and producer produced hit after hitâStill young, I told you recently that I love you, and The first Cup is the deepest, to name a few, which earned him 10 number one albums and dozens of top 10 singles in the US and Britain. In 2016 it was even knighted by Prince William for his âservices to music and charityâ. This week alone, the 76-year-old rocker was spotted shooting a new clip in London, flanked by a trio of well-dressed blondes.
But as busy as the Grammy-winning musician is in his career, he’s just as busy backstage with his big, stepfamily. The icon has eight childrenâSarah (57), Kimberly (42), Sean (40), Ruby (34), Renee (29), Liam (26), Alastair (15), and Aiden stewart (10) âfrom five relations.
Today her sixth child, Liam stewart, made headlines for his professional hockey career, which has grown over a decade and has spanned three continents to date. Read on to see the emerging sports star now!
He has enjoyed international success in his hockey career.
Liam has played professional hockey for over a decade, with a career so far that has taken him to the United States, New Zealand and his native Britain. He spent four seasons playing for the Washington Spokane Chiefs in the Western Hockey League (WHL) before joining the Quad City Mallards and Alaska Aces in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL).
In 2016, the increase hockey star returned to England to play for Coventry Blaze and Guildford Flames in the Elite League. In 2017, he played for the British national team in the Division 1B world championship tournament, ultimately winning gold.
Since then, the hockey star has switched between the UK and New Zealand teams, although he is said to have moved to England during the pandemic.
This year he announced he would join a British hockey team.
In February 2021, Liam announced he would join the UK Everyone Active Raiders team ahead of the NIHL Spring Cup 2021. âI’m super excited to be join the Raiders and have the chance to be on the ice again, especially during these times, âhe told the Romford Recorder, referring to his time spent outdoors during the pandemic. âI hope I’m not too rusty,â he joked.
The athlete explained that his decision to join the Raiders was partly a practical one – he lives just 40 minutes from the team’s home port – but also an exciting opportunity to be a part of a team again. “I am delighted that fans across the UK can enjoy these games this weekend and see some of their players playing again,” he said.
Raiders’ coaches shared that they were eager to have him on the squad. “He’s a fast skater in and out of the puck and a constant threat to score,” Sean Easton, the head coach said at the time.
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Unfortunately, an injury put his hockey plans on hold.
Despite his enthusiasm, Liam’s plans to play for the Raiders were drastically cut short. Just nine days after announcing he would join the squad, he shared with the Romford Recorder that an injury forbid him to play this season.
“Sorry Raiders fans. It has been very short lived but I have to deal with this situation with the hope of a season next year,” he told fans. “And you never know, maybe one day I could be in a Raiders jersey,” he added.
This is not the hockey player’s first injury-related sabbatical. In 2018, he was forced to take a break from his season after suffering a severe concussion and other injuries. “I have broken my foot several times and last year I broke my ankle, but this is all part of to be a hockey player, he told the UK Daily mail in 2017.
He has the full support of his family.
Being one of eight children living in two different countries, you can see how long it can take to keep in touch with the family. But if Instagram is any indication, Liam and his clan go to great lengths to see each other often. Last year the hockey player posted a funny family photo of father’s 75th birthday party at the Ritz Carlton in London, and his story is riddled with more casual shots of her dad and many brothers and sisters.
Liam told the Daily mail that although his famous father is “supportive” and like to come to games to encourage him, he is not convinced that Maggie May The singer, a soccer fan at heart, has “always been sure of the rules” of hockey.
In some ways, that makes her father’s emphatic support even sweeter. âIt’s the best and proudest feeling to watch your kids,â the rock star told the post.