Where do you even start when trying to describe Andy… Everyone in the game knows him, and pretty much everyone loves him. Cripps was never really given his fair shot when it came to playing Pro until 2011 when we started our team up again. There is a reason he has been with us ever since. Andy loves the game and he loves winning. You could easily consider him a late bloomer, but I just don’t think he was ever given a chance to spread his wings and show everyone how good he could be. Somehow he continues to get better every year and we expect the same from him again this summer.
We had the all of our pro players answer a few questions so you can get to know them a little better. Enjoy…
What setup do you use for the Flex wheels?
I set my toe and heel to grip and the two center positions to speed.
The one teammate you know not to f*ck with…
What inline hockey player did you look up to growing up?
Number and why you chose it?
9. Steve Rohlik wore it at Wisconsin!
Right Back Where we Started From – Maxine Nightingale
Best inline hockey memory?
Our first pro title in 2012, worlds gold in 2014, winning the triple with Rethel this year (French cup gold, European cup gold and French league gold)
Who is the most underrated player in the game?
Best hockey advice you have ever received…
The game gives you a lot, make sure you give something back
High glove or low blocker?
What has been your experience like playing for Revision?
“Playing for Revision has been a fantastic privilege. I came on for the 2011 run starting in Florida and have only had positive experiences since! The highlight of every summer is getting together with the boys to push towards a championship!”