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Cassie Campbell-Pascall at home with her daughter Brooke and her mom Eunice in Calgary on May 3, 2012. (TODD KOROL/Todd Korol for The Globe and Mail)
Cassie Campbell-Pascall at home with her daughter Brooke and her mom Eunice in Calgary on May 3, 2012. (TODD KOROL/Todd Korol for The Globe and Mail)

How motherhood changed Cassie Campbell's life Add to ...

“I had been away for 16 days, and I was turning into a Momma Bear!” Cassie Campbell-Pascall says with a sheepish laugh. “That was long enough for me!”

Speaking from her home office in Calgary, Ms. Campbell-Pascall had just returned from covering the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series between the New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators for Hockey Night in Canada. Anxious to get home to her first child, 17-month-old daughter Brooke, and her husband, Brad, she had asked to do the interview on Skype rather than in person in Toronto, where she briefly landed en route home.

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