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Space and character: The Axford family moved to Kurrajong from Thornleigh for a lifestyle change after the pandemic hit. Picture: KE Photography Families moving to Hawkesbury for 'lifestyle change' during COVID Space and character: The Axford family moved to Kurrajong from Thornleigh for a lifestyle change after the pandemic hit. Picture: KE Photography The pandemic has caused a 'race to the regions' of sorts, with families moving to our area to make a lifestyle change. Our district offers the best of both worlds - closeness to the bush and proximity to the city - and people from built-up local government areas appreciate the Hawkesbury's wide spaces and country town vibe. Michael Bennett, principal of the Bennett Property Team, said when COVID first hit last March, it brought with it a month of "uncertain times" when auctions and open homes couldn't proceed. He said this "flipped the market on its head". "People were sick of living in the city with all the problems so they moved here to change their lifestyle, work a bit from home, and buy more formal properties," Mr Bennett told the Gazette. He said areas including Bilpin, Kurrajong and Colo were "big players in lifestyle properties now" and the housing markets in those areas had "benefited from COVID". "A lot of professional people, people who can work from home, are moving from areas like Manly, Coogee, Double Bay and the Inner West including Stanmore and Summer Hill, buyers you don't normally get from that area are buying in Kurrajong, Grose Vale and Bilpin," Mr Bennett said. He said buyers appreciated the river lifestyle of the Hawkesbury, as well as the fact that it wasn't too far away from the city by train. The Western Sydney University Hawkesbury Campus and the RAAF Base were also factors that weighed into buyers' decisions to move here. Leon Axford and his young family moved from Thornleigh to Kurrajong a year ago, and he said it was "the best thing we ever did". "We've come from a townhouse in Thornleigh to an acre in Kurrajong, it's quiet and there's something about it," Mr Axford said. "I've got two boys and we love the space. The space was a big thing for us, to be able to grow into." He said he stumbled on the Hawkesbury while taking a detour driving home from a work commitment in Penrith one day. "I had been out to see some clients and went the long way home, went through Agnes Banks and through Windsor, and had a look at what you could get for your money out there," he said. "[My wife and I] had talked about going to Bowral or the Central Coast but thought it was too far [from the city]." Mr Axford owns an auctioneer company and is engaged in home auctions around Sydney. He said he can work from home sometimes, which made Kurrajong feasible. "It's a lifestyle move for us. I don't have an office that I need to be in every day," Mr Axford said.

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The great thing is that we've got some really bright people on both sides." NHL participation in the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing has not technically been finalized. However, there is a pause in the schedule from Feb. 7-22 if the league reaches an agreement with the NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) for NHL players to take part. "We're just entrusting that the powers that be are going to work out an agreement," Sullivan said. "Hopefully that will be sooner rather than later. We'll go through a process like all of the Olympic teams in trying to put together a coaching staff, and then identifying the player pool and talent that we have in trying to build the most competitive team that can win a gold medal." To win a gold medal is absolutely the expectation for Team USA, with Sullivan saying that the player pool here in America is as deep as it's ever been - highlighted by young superstars like Auston Matthews and Jack Eichel, with current Penguins like Jake Guentzel and Bryan Rust also in the conversation. "And I think that's a bold statement when you consider some of the great American-born players," said Sullivan, listing names like Brian Leach, Chris Chelios, Keith Tkachuk, Bill Guerin, Tony Amonte, Jeremy Roenick and Mike Modano. "I could go on and on. Those players built such a legacy, and I think this new wave of young American-born players right now are every bit as talented." Sullivan said when it comes to constructing the roster, the goal remains the same: to assemble a team in the truest sense of the word. He's already had some discussions with Bowman and Guerin, who is Team USA's assistant general manager, about the criteria they're looking for - and said there will be very difficult decisions ahead. "There's going to have to be players throughout the lineup that bring certain aspects to the table that are going to help the group win," Sullivan said. "Whether it be guys that can kill penalties or guys that have a strong defensive conscience or players that bring in some physicality, skill and offensive instincts, there's a lot of things to consider. Then the challenge is going to be to try to come together as a team in short order." That's one of Sullivan's biggest takeaways from his previous experiences behind the bench with Team USA, particularly when he was an assistant coach on Peter Laviolette's staff at the 2006 Olympics in Turin, Italy.  "I've always been a believer that players are at their best when they act on their instincts and they trust their instincts, and we certainly don't want to paralyze them with too much information," said Sullivan, who was also head coach at the 2007 World Championship and an assistant coach at the '08 World Championship and '16 World Cup.  "So, prioritizing what we do and how we go about it, I think that's going to be a critical aspect. Then you build as you go. That's our hope - is that we get better with each day that we're there, we learn from each experience, and we grow as a group together." Outside of the on-ice competition itself, Sullivan said that having the ability to live in the Olympic Village with all of the other individuals representing the United States is something he still talks about with his three children to anchor this day. "Just being able to eat lunch in the cafeteria next to athletes from other sports and sharing each other's experiences, you end up meeting people and rooting for them," Sullivan said. "The camaraderie that's involved with all the other athletes that represent your nation, for me, it's such a great experience on so many levels." And for Sullivan, there's no better feeling than to be standing along the blue line or behind the bench after a victory on a stage like this, saying that hearing the national anthem while watching the American flag being raised is such a proud moment. "There's something to be said about becoming part of something that's bigger than yourself," Sullivan said. "For me, that's what the Olympics represent.

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