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Liam Stewart, visiting the House of Charity on Tuesday with his Chiefs teammates, listens to an improvised song by Jefferson Wes about the team winning this year's Memorial Cup. (SR photo: Dan Pelle)
Of all the opportunities Liam Stewart has had, the one he grabbed and held on to with an unmistakable passion is hockey. “The atmosphere around the room, stepping on the ice every day, I just love it,” the Spokane Chiefs’ rookie forward said. “I love scoring. I love the aggressiveness of it. It’s just a lot of fun. And it’s different from what both my parents did.” According to Stewart, his dad is a soccer guy and his mom is a rugby fan. That would be rock music icon Rod Stewart, who is from England, and supermodel Rachel Hunter, who is from New Zealand. They divorced in 2006. “I’m privileged to have parents like that,” their son said. “I’ve traveled the world, (but) I never thought of myself different than anyone in the room. I’ve never been too cocky about it, or talked about it”/Dave Trimmer, SR. More here. (AP file photo: Rod Stewart and Holly Hunter)
Question: Will you be more inclined to follow the Spokane Chiefs this year, knowing that rock star Rod Stewart's son, Liam, plays for them?
A visit with Liam Stewart (son of Rod) and his mother Rachel Hunter reveals nothing more than a passionate hockey player and a dedicated hockey mom. First impression:, good kid with a chance to make an impact during his career with the Spokane Chiefs and a supportive mom with a lovely accent. No. 11 for the Chiefs is bound and determined to make his own name.