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"Any time you have an opportunity that you can give back and help share your experience or any knowledge that you have, it's nice to be in that position."It's a very rewarding feeling as well, when you can give feedback to the kids instantly and then within 24 hours you get to work with the same kid on the ice and you see the changes that they're making, you see that they're listening and they're trying what you're telling them."Corey Syvret in his NHL officiating debut April 4, 2018, in a game between the Buffalo Sabres and Ottawa Senators at KeyBank Center in Buffalo Syvret was selected by the Florida Panthers in the sixth round (No. 181) in the 2007 NHL Draft, but never reached the NHL. When the defenseman, who played 292 games in the ECHL and 18 in the American Hockey League, was 25 he started thinking about life after hockey.He wanted to play as long as he could, but the thought of what's next lingered in the back of his mind after winning a Kelly Cup with Alaska of the ECHL in 2014 through the final years of his playing career.The thought of officiating was planted courtesy of NHL linesman Mark Shewchyk, a family friend who lives in Syvret's hometown of Millgrove, Ontario. I don't know how many times I did that.' That was probably the biggest adjustment, just coming from being a player and trying to break or bend the rules, see what you can get away with, to now having to enforce them and understand what they are and to be able to react to them in a split second."While it took some adjustment early, Syvret has found his way with the help of his colleagues in the NHL Officiating Department."I don't know if I could technically pinpoint to one person but just our whole staff in general, everyone has been so encouraging and wanting to help," Syvret said.

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