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|Born||February 12, 1966|
Orillia, Ontario, Canada
|Occupation||Author, Teacher, Hockey Player|
Tom Earle (born February 12, 1966) is a Canadian author and teacher. He is also a former ice hockey player.
He has played for many teams, such as Orillia Travelways, Barrie Colts, Dartmouth College and the Whitley Bay Warriors.
|1986–87||Whitley Bay Warriors||ENIHL||34||31||83||114||104||—||—||—||—||—|
He has written two books to date.
He has 3 children and one dog, his kids names are Nicolas, Lindsay and their youngest Lucas. Their dogs name is Maggie. He is married to Janet; she is also a teacher.
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