Don't Meet your Heroes, You will only ruin their opinion of you

So I was put in a weird situation yesterday in that I met not one but 2 of my hockey heroes. First I met Jamie Dwyer, a rare opportunity in the UK and then to follow up I met Richard Mantell. Now they both could not have been nicer, or more humble but I felt like an idiot. We will start with Jamie, when I first arrived I had a wonder through the shops taking some snaps for my Instagram story, and I came across to the JDH booth where a nice woman was hanging up the new sticks that had come over on the plane with the big man himself the night before, and i got to talking with her (as I took a stick she had just hung up off the rack to have a look at) and it turns out she is the person who runs the JDHockeyUK Instagram account who i have had some interaction with in the past, so I said who i was and we had a little chat I took a picture of her with the new stick in front of a Blake Govers poster, and she told me Jamie was going to be arriving in about an hour, then I made my way to my seat to watch the first game. After the first game finished (If you haven't seen it go watch the 3rd China goal it is a beauty) I wandered back into the shop and met Jamie Dwyer, got him to sign my program (he is a pro and had his own marker pen to do it) but I didn't hang around too much as i think he had just got there and there was a bit of a queue, but being the socially awkward person that I am i did continue to hang around in the shop for a few minutes after to have a look at the sticks again. And listening to him talk to all the people who came up to him he was so friendly and engaging with everyone, asking questions, explaining the stick technology, etc. So I go off to get a bit of lunch before the 2nd game starts. So after the second game is where I met Richard Mantell, so I have been talking with Adidas for a while about reviewing one of their new sticks (review to come ) and so I had a semi-formal interview with one of their higher ups named Will, lovely bloke had a nice walk and talk with him about the BossFHockey account, how it got started, my life in hockey (what