NORTH READING, Massachusetts (NEWS CENTER) --Sibling rivalry can be one of the biggest concerns for parents. Its said to begin before the second child is even born. Each one striving to be better than the other -- and then some.
In sports, it means always having an opponent at your convenience for some friendly, or not so friendly, competition.
That's how University of Maine men's ice hockey incoming freshman Nolan Vesey grew up with his brother, Jimmy.
Those two, though, had someone else to compete with in their family and it wasn't another sibling.
It was their dad.
NEWS CENTER's Johnny Mehler has their story.