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DO YOU WANT YOUR CHILD TO BE THE NEXT WAYNE GRETZKY?

Well, here's a fact that you might not have known -

"Nobody named Horace ever lifted the Stanley Cup."

Yes, parents, it's true. Apart from all the training, equipment and exercise, to succeed in the world of ice hockey your child has to have the right name. If you give your child a name like Walter, Oswald or Cuthbert you cannot expect to ever see them in the NHL draft. They're at a disadvantage before they've ever put a pair of skates on.

To succeed in ice hockey your child has to have a strange and exciting name like Blake, Kyle, Brent or even Teeder. If you want your next generation to be a star on ice, you've got to start even before he's been christened.

AND NOW THERE'S A BOOK TO HELP YOU.

A closely-guarded secret within the ice hockey establishment for many years, Thunderflash has now obtained a copy of -

THE NHL GUIDE TO HOCKEY PLAYERS' NAMES

Packed with useful tips on how to give your child the sort of name that commands respect on the ice, this book lists such great player names as Ashley, Randall, Dwight and many more. Fathers, if the little gleam in your eye is wearing skates and carrying a hockey stick this is the book for you.

Available only from Thunderflash, price £19.99.

Some endorsements -

"Without this book our Brad would probably have been Arnold the Accountant" - Mr and Mrs Rubachuk

"The section on unusual spellings was particularly useful" - Mr and Mrs Miller

"We liked the idea of just using initials" - Mr and Mrs Drouin.