A college hockey player that loses his scholarship because of a night he doesn’t remember; he might be innocent and falsely accused of something he didn’t do.
- Going to a Division 1 school to play hockey and makes a bad decision that can ruin it all.
- Something happened that was out of his control. He has no memory of what he did to lose his scholarship.
- Dealing with the situation, trying to prove himself innocent for the stunt lost his scholarship. Piecing together the night that the incident happened to know the real story.
- The story starts with the incident being in the past and he finds out he’s losing his scholarship.
- The Division 1 hockey player (no name yet) trying to get his scholarship back and changes day to day life making better decisions to stay out of trouble.
- Doesn’t remember the night that caused him to lose his scholarship. He gets a different story from different people while trying to piece together everything he was told to find out what really happened. He loses a lot of friends in the process from what he was accused of doing.
- He loses his scholarship if he doesn’t find out exactly what happened. Everyone looks at him differently from all the different sides of the stories going around.
- He changes for the better and doesn’t make stupid decisions that make him lose a scholarship and his close friends. People don’t want to be associated with him until they find out what really happened.
- Has to decide who to trust to find out what happened. Taking certain peoples stories might lead him in the wrong direction.
- The audience will be interested to find out what is the reason this college hockey player did or was accused of to lose his scholarship.
After talking with my group, I decided to change the main character to a high school hockey player that is losing his chance to get a scholarship for D1 hockey and needs to figure out if he is really even guilty and deserves to lose this opportunity.