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He sat in the hot tub in the backyard of his family home in Oakville, Ont. His short, dirty-blond hair was soaking wet, and he was propped up on a fake rock in the tub when his father, sitting on a nearby chair, noticed that his daughter looked upset. Browne fought through tears.

That was two years ago. The year-old looks across the table at his girlfriend, Carly Racusen, who has tears in her eyes.

Racusen smiles and puts a hand on his arm. On Oct. Still, Browne feels incomplete. And so he is making a choice between the two biggest parts of his identity.

B rowne was a figure skater first. A ballerina and tap dancer, too, because his mom, a lawyer and professional flutist, is big into the arts. At nine, he ditched toe picks for hockey skates.

In Grade 9, Browne read an article about a transgender woman, a Swede with blond hair. He went on YouTube and watched people document their own gender transitions. Or boy. I felt helpless. Only hockey felt like home, a rare comfort zone where Browne was an athlete, not a girl who wanted to be a boy. He made it his obsession. He changed his diet. At age 12, he enlisted the help of a personal trainer as well as renowned skating coach Dawn Braid and two other on-ice skills coaches. I dedicated my whole life to it. Before the start of Grade 8, Browne moved to Calgary to attend Fairview, a school that works with the National Sport Academy to make hockey part of its curriculum.

But he started to develop in Calgary. By the time he returned to Oakville, for Grade 10, Browne had made his first A team. He had also earned his first male name.

It was very soft, satin. By then, Browne had come out for the second time. He had his first girlfriend in Grade 11 and told his mom he was gay a year later. It was a first step toward making his identity known. Browne was also playing the highest level of minor hockey, dreaming of playing for Team Canada, of getting a Div. I scholarship. In his second year with the Black Bears, Browne started telling friends and teammates he was a boy. Hunter and Hayden were among the names Browne tried on. Eventually, Browne settled back into Harrison and Harry.

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A couple of hours later on this Sunday afternoon, Browne and his teammates take the ice for the second in a two-game series against the visiting New York Riveters. They needed that win, he says a day later, dressed in a grey sweater and dark jeans, with a lion ring on his left middle finger. The Beauts, who lost in the finals last season, are off to a slow start this year. So is Browne, who has just three points in eight games, compared to five goals and seven assists in 18 games in his rookie year.

Every Tuesday, Browne makes the drive back to Oakville to work with his on-ice instructors and a weightlifting coach, extra training he gets in thanks to financial help from his parents. He could find a team to help him in Buffalo, sure.

Hockey still feels like home: The league is now working on its transgender policy. He is who he is. The only difference is he made it public.

His grandmother found out she had a grandson because she read about it in the Oakville Beaver, then called him and left a voic. That Browne scored a goal in the season opener only punctuated his announcement that same day.

Those are the times everyone is aware Browne is a he. It keeps getting better. Browne feels a biological clock of sorts, ticking. A deeper voice. A beard, he hopes.

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By Kristina Rutherford in Buffalo, N. Growing up, hockey was the one place where Harrison Browne, who was born female, truly felt like himself. But if he wants to keep playing, he has to wait to become who he really is. William Nylander slump could save Maple Leafs money in the long term. He posted 12 points over 18 games in —16, and currently has three points in eight games for the —17 season.

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I don't want to grow up to be a woman, a mother, a grandmother. I don't want that, and I can't have that. Browne told teammates he was a boy while in his second year with the Divison I Black Bears at the University of Maine.

The school offered to change his name in their records and on the team roster. It's not like now that I'm Harrison Browne, it's perfect. I'm still in a female body.