Super Bowl Haiku, Pirate Biking Trails, Haitian Hockey Player

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The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams face off this weekend in Super Bowl LIII. This week on Only A Game, the 25th installment of Super Bowl Haiku. Plus, the story behind mountain bikers' "pirate trails." And after growing up in Haiti, Austin Howard discovered hockey in Minnesota. Join us!

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Dana and Patrick Howard adopted Austin from Haiti when he was 9 years old. And as a teenager in Minnesota, he discovered hockey.

This segment aired on February 2, 2019.


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