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When Patrick Chan hit the ice for the first time at Morristown, N.J.’s Mennen Sports Arena, his temporary home-away-from-home, he had more than 50 awestruck skaters for company.
For two 75-minute sessions the two-time world silver medalist, still just 19, took on the role of mentor to skaters working to get an Axel, up to competitors with all of their double jumps and a triple or two.
“He was like my coach, except a lot cooler and cuter,” Abby Kimmelman, 16, said.
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