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Matthew Harding
Editor-In-Chief / ECHL Editor

I have been a hockey fan since the age of eight and thoroughly enjoyed watching games in the old Kansas Coliseum.

There was nothing like the sound of a packed house of rabid Thunder fans. When I am not at a rink, I can be found behind the mic for KFDI News, where I have won several Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards. I fully embrace the grind and a full believer that you get what you give.
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Zach Courter
Managing Editor

I have been around the game of hockey since age 5 when I attended the first year of Wichita Thunder hockey.

I expanded my knowledge of the game in the spring of 1994, finding a love for the team from my Mother’s home state, the New Jersey Devils. I have been a member of hockey media since 2011. Outside of hockey, I have a deep passion for music and concerts, traveling, and cooking.
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Matt Thomas
Chief Technology Officer

Living just south of the Quad Cities on the Illinois side of the Mississippi River, I became a hockey fan back in 1995 at …

… the age of 15. The inaugural season of the Quad City Mallards turned me into a fan after going to just the second game of the team’s existence and I instantly became hooked on the great sport of hockey. I’ve been a hardcore fan since that day, and had it not been for the team’s startup, I may have never been a fan of the sport. I live and die with the orange and black of the Broad Street Bullies and the Philadelphia Flyers as my favorite NHL team. When away from The Sin Bin, I am a computer nerd who enjoys building and repairing computers. I also help my younger brother create independent films for his Motive Direct Pictures along with building and maintaining websites with my Mayhem Web Design “company”.
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C.C. Hawkley
AHL Editor

C.C. was raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado by a loving father who took him to Colorado College hockey …

… games as a youngster. This early exposure to hockey resonated with C.C. and was only encouraged when the Quebec Nordiques moved down to Denver to become the Colorado Avalanche in 1995. After following the IHL’s Utah Grizzlies and WCHL’s Colorado Gold Kings, C.C. settled on the Idaho Steelheads as his favorite minor league hockey squad after his family moved to The Gem State in 2000. Aside from his duties as AHL Editor, C.C. also hosts the In The Corners Podcast and is a correspondent for the Colorado Eagles. He also hosts the Colorado Eagles: Tape to Tape Podcast alongside Colorado Hockey Now’s Scott MacDonald, and has earned an Associate’s Degree in Communication.
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Brad Harrison
SPHL Editor

A native of South Georgia, I became hooked on hockey in 1996 when a group of us went to see the Tallahassee …

… Tiger Sharks. Ironically, that team’s starting goalie, Mark Richards, was the GM when pro hockey made its return to Macon under the Mayhem banner. While in school at The University of Georgia (Go, Ice Dawgs), one of my favorite things being able to easily attend multiple Thrashers games. Needless to say, one of the saddest times of my life was the selling of the team by the Atlanta Spirit Group. I’ve lived in Macon since 2006 (Yes, home of the Whoopee) and have covered the Mayhem since the very first exhibition game. My interests outside of hockey include Georgia football, purveying BBQ, and spending time with our three-year-old daughter, Annie.
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Nate Follmer
Photography Editor

I spent a lot of my childhood watching the Hershey Bears play in ‘The Old Barn’.  Anybody who lived through …

… this era can tell you that it’s impossible to not become passionate about hockey after witnessing a game in Hershey Park Arena. While games at the barn may be a thing of the past, the energy and excitement of the arena still remain. Over time, my love for this atmosphere and the beautiful game collided with my career as a photographer/videographer. From that point on, I knew I could never go to another hockey game without a camera. If I’m not at a Hershey Bears game, I’m probably working (aren’t we all?) as a Multimedia Coordinator at Penn State University, attending a Penn State hockey game, taking my camera on a hike to photograph waterfalls or spending time with my kids.
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Matthew Will
Digital / Social Media Editor

I am an award-winning student journalist from Wichita, KS who accidentally discovered this field of work.

I am one of the most diehard sports fans out there, with my foot in just about everything. In my areas of work so far, I’ve had the privilege to cover and photograph soccer, football, basketball, hockey, and many more. Hockey has always had a special place for me, going to Thunder games since I was young. When it comes to NHL hockey, I live and breathe the orange and black of the Philadelphia Flyers. When I’m not at the rink, I am a student at a community college near Wichita studying to be a sports journalist/photographer.
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Joe Zollo
Graphics / Video / Social Media Content

From New Hampshire, Joe has years of experience working with teams and media outlets creating both video …

… and graphic design content. He has previously worked with the Orlando Solar Bears and the Manchester Monarchs of the ECHL and spent time with the Boston Red Sox during their World Series run in 2018. Joe has a passion for everything sports and creating engaging content that brings the feel of the arena right to your living room. He is a die-hard Bruins, Celtics, Red Sox, Patriots, and Uprising fan and continues to pursue side projects that include a fantasy football podcast, and doing Color Casting for Esports events across the globe.
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Alexandra Ackerman
Writer (Syracuse Crunch)

It only took a few games during the 2004 Syracuse Crunch season to hook Alexandra on the sport and on the AHL.

She’s been blogging about the Crunch since 2008, and joined SB Nation’s family of blogs in 2011, covering Syracuse first for Anaheim Calling and then for Raw Charge. Most recently, Alexandra was an associate editor for Raw Charge, tasked with wrangling their minor league team of writers. Now more than a decade into her blogging career, Alexandra joins The Sin Bin with renewed energy for covering the Crunch.
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Andrew Rinaldi
Writer (Chicago Wolves)
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Anthony Noffke
Writer (Grand Rapids Griffins)
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Ben Holden
Digital Content Contributor

Holden is a two-time Emmy award-winner, in 2007 and 2008, and was the play-by-play voice for the 2008, …

… and was the play-by-play voice for the 2008 Stanley Cup Final for NHL International. Additionally, Holden also has a career in minor league hockey, serving as Director of Broadcasting and Communications for the Lake Erie (now Cleveland) Monsters for two seasons from 2009-11.
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Bill Manley
Writer (W-B/Scranton Penguins)

I was born and raised in Wilkes-Barre and have been going to WBS Pens games since ’99. Getting the …

… WBS Penguins games since ’99. Getting the WBS Penguins was the best thing to happen to Wilkes-Barre in the last 20 years. I have painfully watched the WBS Pens lose in the final 3 times, while watching Pittsburgh win 3 Stanley Cups. The jury is out whether my glass is half full or half empty. When not watching hockey, and sometimes while watching hockey, I’m a stem cell biologist
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Corey Swartz
Writer (Hershey Bears)

Corey is a lifelong hockey fan, attending Hershey Bears games starting at a young age.  He has blogged about …

… the team since discovering a passion for it in college, in addition to getting on the ice himself. Aside from the Bears, Corey is a passionate Philadelphia Flyers fan. For more, check out @HBHNationBlog or @cswa11 on Twitter!
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Deanna McFeron
Writer (Laval Rocket)

Deanna is a hockey obsessed goalie who was raised in the shadow of the Houston, Texas skyline.

Her first coach, her dad, instilled in her the fierce passion for hockey that she has carried with her since she could hold her first stick. He taught her the game from his lap in the family room and from behind the bench where she honed her technical knowledge of both the sport and shouting about clearing the defensive zone. The first team Deanna ever loved was the Houston Aeros of the American Hockey League after she was born into a family with season tickets. When it came time to fall in love with a team of her own choosing, Deanna was swept off her feet by the Montreal Canadiens and their captain at the time, Saku Koivu. Deanna is happily married to her husband of five years. Together with their two wonderful dogs, Freckles and Youppi!, they currently live in Colorado Springs, Colorado where they attend as many Colorado College hockey games as possible.
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Deana Weinheimer
Writer (Cleveland Monsters)

Deana’s journalism career began back in 2002 as a News Reporter for WTNS in Coshocton, OH covering …

… local and state news, sports, and live events.Previously, she covered the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets and Tampa Bay Lightning for The Hockey Writers and LastWordOnSports. Living just outside of Columbus, OH, she runs a freelance writing business for the Health and Wellness industries. She looks forward to continuing her sports journalism career with The Sin Bin covering the Cleveland Monsters.
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Jack Murray
Writer (Providence Bruins)
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Jon Fromi
Writer (Rockford IceHogs)
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Joseph Wills
Writer (Charlotte Checkers)

Joseph is a long-time hockey fan, dating back to the days of Lemieux and Jagr winning Stanley Cups.

Currently, he lives in Charlotte, NC and was a Checkers season ticket holder during the Calder Cup winning season. Joseph is pursuing an MBA in Hockey Business Management from Athabasca University in Edmonton and is a prominent member of the Business of Hockey Institute (BHI).
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Paige Siewert
Writer (Stockton Heat)
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Robert Pannier
Writer (Iowa Wild)

Robert Pannier is covering the Iowa Wild (AHL) this season.  He is a long time hockey fan and has been covering sports …

… for the Minor League Sports Report for the last five years. Robert is married and has two daughters.
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Steve Coleman
Writer (Lehigh Valley Phantoms)

Steve Coleman is a Philadelphia based writer who has been covering sports since 2016. After previously writing for…

… the Elizabethtown Advocate in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania he is excited to bring his passion and energy for the game to The Sin Bin. Steve has been watching hockey since he was a child and is an avid Philadelphia Flyers fan. When he isn’t writing, Steve studies Political Science at Penn State University’s Brandywine Campus and is traveling constantly as an independent professional wrestler.
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Zack Power
Writer (Toronto Marlies)

Hi, I’m Zack Power and I was born and raised in St. John’s Newfoundland.  I remember as a kid listening to Bob Cole …

… and being amazed by the way he presented the game. Since then I’ve been absolutely hooked on anything hockey. When I was 10 years old the St. John’s IceCaps moved into town and I grew more and more in love with the sport. Now covering the Toronto Marlies, I look forward to bringing you the latest news, information analysis for The Sin Bin.
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Aiden Foley
Writer (Newfoundland Growlers)
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Barry Janssen
Writer (Allen Americans)

I was born in South Dakota but raised in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington, Minnesota.

I was never much of a hockey player as basketball was my winter sport of choice. I became a huge hockey fan when I attended the University of Minnesota in the late 1960’s early 1970’s. I was a season ticket holder during the Herb Brooks years when he won NCAA championships in 1974,1976, & 1979 before he coached the Miracle on Ice Team in 1980. I was also a big Minnesota North Stars fan when they arrived in Minnesota for the 1967-1968 season. Other than the time I spend following the Allen Americans, I enjoy hunting and fishing whether it is walleye fishing in Canada and Minnesota, Pheasant hunting in North Dakota, Bass fishing on the creeks of the Flint Hills in Kansas, fishing private ponds, dove hunting or turkey hunting in Texas.
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Carrie Roberts
Writer (Adirondack Thunder)

Upstate New Yorker. Lifelong Adirondack hockey fan (Red Wings-AHL, IceHawks-UHL, Frostbite-UHL, …

… Phantoms-AHL, Flames-AHL, Thunder-ECHL). My three passions: Writing, photography, and hockey.
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Chrystal Shannon
Writer (Kansas City Mavericks)

As a Kansas City native, I was lucky enough to get my first taste of hockey in 2001 at a Kansas City Blades…

…game and was instantly hooked. My passion for hockey grew even more in 2009 when the Mavericks brought professional hockey right to our own backyard again. When I’m not here writing about hockey, I’m probably spending time with my kids.
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Griffin Germond
Writer (Maine Mariners)

I moved to Maine at five years old, put on skates for the first time, and the rest is history. Over the years, I’ve taken…

… up writing about hockey, and had my first book, ECHL 2 NHL: Developing NHL Players, published in December of 2019. I was a season ticket-holder at the new Maine Mariners for the first two years of their existence in the ECHL, and have also operated a small online hockey card and memorabilia business for the past eight years. When I’m not doing something for the love of the game, I can be found drinking craft brews and hanging with family and friends.
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Joe Huss
Writer (Norfolk Admirals)
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John Hafer
Writer (Wheeling Nailers)

My interest in hockey began 27 years ago when my uncle took me to the CapitalCentre (later USAir Arena) …

… to see the Capitals take on the New York Rangers. Since that night I have been a loyal Caps fan “Rocking the Red” when it comes to NHL hockey. In 1996, my family moved to Wheeling, WV. I attended 2 late season Wheeling Nailers games with a high school group in March of 1997 and have been hooked on this ECHL team ever since. I currently live in Wheeling, WV with my wife and son. When not around the rink I’m either working my full time job or playing with my son. I can be heard most Wednesday afternoons from 5-6pm on Steve Novotney Live on AM1600 WKKX Wheeling and on TuneIn radio app.
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Michael Wisienski
Writer (Reading Royals)

I have been in love with hockey ever since I was a kid (Flyers Fan).  I took my passion for hockey …

… and broadcasting to Millersville University in 2014. During my four years there, I was the play-by-play/color announcer for their ACHA DII Club Hockey team. I interned for the Royals in my final semester of college. Since graduating college in 2018, I have been the broadcaster for two different NAHL teams (Jamestown Rebels/New Mexico Ice Wolves). I am very passionate about what I do and love connecting with people through the greatest sport on Earth. You can follow Michael on his personal Twitter @MikeWisienski.
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Rich Lohman
Writer (Tulsa Oilers)

My journey in hockey began in 1972 when my parents took me to a Pittsburgh Penguins game …

… in the Igloo (Civic Arena) when I was four years old. The journey continued and indeed became a critical mass twenty years later when I attended the opening night of the Tulsa Oilers at the Tulsa Convention Center. I have not missed an opening night since then, which is a record spanning nearly a quarter century. When not covering the Oilers I cover other sports as a contributing writer and sports editor at Tulsa Today, a news website.
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Toni Hitchcock
Writer (Greenville Swamp Rabbits)

Hockey has always been on the periphery of Toni’s life having lived in or near major hockey cities, but it wasn’t until…

…fairly recently that she became totally obsessed. She started her journalistic endeavors writing for the Queen City Nerve in Charlotte, NC before taking on the opportunity to write for The Sin Bin covering the Greenville Swamp Rabbits. In her daily life, Toni is a professional artist, devoted wife, and secretly aspires to be a mascot.
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Travis Rogers
Writer (South Carolina Stingrays)

Grew up in Columbus, Ohio, and was a fan of the Columbus Chill. My first hockey game was a Johnstown Jets …

… game as a toddler, so I blame my love for the physical side of the game from that experience as a young boy. I moved to Charleston in 1995 and have been a Stingrays fan ever since. I am a season ticket holder and sit on the Board of Directors for the booster association. When the Army does not have me occupied doing my full time job, I am a self-confessed stats geek and will spend way too much time playing with numbers from several hockey sites. You can follow me on my personal Twitter account @StingraysFan
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Brianna Ealey
Writer (Fayetteville Marksmen)
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Ronald Hagood Jr.
Writer (Birmingham Bulls)

A native of Birmingham, Alabama I’ve never been accused of being short of words.  I became a fan of …

… hockey in 1996 during the ECHL era Birmingham Bulls. After the Bulls left Birmingham, I was a man without a team until 2005 when the University of Alabama Hockey Club came along. With them, I have had many jobs and continue to work with them as time allows. In 2016 I began writing for the Trussville Tribune covering high school football and continue to do. Sports has always been a passion of mine, and I’m thankful for The Sin Bin for allowing me to add Hockey writer to my resume.
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Amanda Spielberger
Photographer (Texas Stars)

Texas born and raised, currently a Stars fan, but grew up a Red Wings fan. How does a Texan …

… become a Detroit Red Wings fan? Simple, my dad was from Grand Rapids, MI and he raised me as a Wings fan. I’ll never forget attending my first playoff game, because it was at The Joe, and it went to triple overtime! It was Game 2 of the 2009 Western Conference Finals, Red Wings vs. Ducks. From that point on, I was hooked on going to games, and once we got home to Dallas, we started to go to more Stars games, especially when the Red Wings were in town. Through the years, I’ve gone from a casual fan of the sport, to basically hockey obsessed. My love for photography started on a family vacation where I stole my mom’s point and shoot camera to start photographing mostly nature. It escalated into my mom getting me my first DSLR one Christmas. In 2014, my mom won tickets to the Mike Modano retirement game, and I decided that I was going to take my camera, and see what I could do. In Dallas, fans can stand on the glass for warm-ups, and this was my first time doing that, and boy oh boy, I fell in love. I didn’t have social media at the time (just a blog for my photos), but I posted some of the photos I had taken, and they somehow made their way to Twitter/Instagram, and someone informed me that a Stars player had used one of my photos. I was like, wow, people like my photos that much? My photos are really that good? (Questions I still ask myself to this day.) Since then I fell even further in love with hockey and hockey photography, as well as the Dallas Stars & Texas Stars.
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Andrew Fielder
Photographer (Jacksonville Icemen)

I was born and raised in England and moved to the United States in 1999 at the age of 24.

While living in Virginia, I became a huge Washington Capitals fan & continue to support and follow them since moving to Florida. I have been a motorsports photographer for over 20 years, primarily shooting pictures at Monster Truck shows. I started shooting pictures at the Jacksonville Icemen ECHL games that I attended during their inaugural season. The positive response to the hundreds of pictures I shared on Facebook pages prompted me to start a Jacksonville Icemen Photography Facebook page. I’m now happy to be able to share my pictures on the Sin Bin.
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Bernie Walls
Photographer (Orlando Solar Bears)
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Bill Kober
Photographer (Pensacola Ice Flyers)

Photography has been a lifelong passion of mine. I grew up in Rochester NY and I still follow the …

… the Rochester Americans. I put photography on hold for three decades while I was both active duty Air Force, and then Civil Service. After retiring from the Air Force, and Civil Service, I realized it was time to finish my BFA degree in Graphic Design, with an emphasis on photography through the University of West Florida. I’m planning on graduating in the spring of ’20. I started as a game day photographer for the Pensacola Ice Flyers for the ’18 – ’19 season. After the start of the ’19 Spring semester, I transitioned to student intern. I’m now a proud member of #TeamSinBin.
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Bryan Meeks
Photographer (Macon Mayhem)

I was born and raised in Macon, Georgia. Being from the south, hockey did not always sound appealing.

I have been hooked ever since I overcame my hesitation and watched the Macon Whoopee play. A few years later I was able to see the Macon Trax play for a championship against the rival Columbus Cottonmouths. Unfortunately, that was the last time there would be a hockey team in Macon for 10 years. In 2015, the Macon Mayhem were announced and I was ecstatic. During the second year of the Mayhem, I started taking photos at the game for fun and posting them on my Instagram. The Mayhem liked the work I had done and asked me to be an official photographer for the 17-18 season. I am constantly upgrading my equipment and abilities as I start my photography career. I am proud to be part of #TeamSinBin.
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Cat Gonzales
Photographer (Wichita Thunder)

Cat started out as a young photojournalist in Wichita, Kansas. Growing up in public schools and taking …

… photos for her high school magazine, she always went to take photos for the soccer team, that’s where she fell in love with sports photography. Now working as the Photography and Social Media Editor for her award-winning college newspaper, she still finds herself on the sidelines. Throughout the years, she started her own photography business and started doing professional portrait, wedding and sport photographs. She loves working for many organizations like FC Wichita Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Wichita Selection Indoor Soccer, El Dorado Broncos Baseball, and the National Baseball Congress World Series. Hockey has been apart of her life since she was younger. Going to watch many Thunder games and then in 2018 going to see her favorite NHL team, the Philadelphia Flyers.
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David Zelinski
Photographer (Norfolk Admirals)

I’m originally from South New Jersey and grew up with the epic Jersey-Philly-NYC battles.  I went to my first …

… NHL game during the “Broad Street Bully” days. I still love my Devils. I joined the U.S. Navy in 1986 and became a rabid Washington Capitals fan while stationed close to D.C., ultimately becoming a Caps Season Ticket Holder for several years. Upon retiring from the Navy in 2009 and setting permanent roots in the Hampton Roads area, it was just natural I became a Norfolk Admirals Season Ticket Holder. My love of obscure esoteric photography subjects and styles led me to seek permission from the Admirals to volunteer to shoot pictures for fun (how that all became, is an entirely different funny story) as Ice Hockey is the hardest thing ever to photograph. From there, things just expanded. When not glued in front of the TV watching Caps games, NHL Center Ice, CBC HNIC or at an Admirals game working, I can be found playing with my ham radios (call sign W4CPO), helping out with regional Feline TNR programs, working on my house and vegetable garden, fabricating lies to get out of marital trouble or out riding my Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Limited. As Jerry Garcia used to sing – “Nothing left to do but smile. smile, smile”
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Ed Bailey
Photographer (Wichita Thunder)
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Emily Anderson
Photographer (Quad City Storm)
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James Naiman
Photographer (South Carolina Stingrays)

Grew up in the NYC metro area watching some great hockey rivalries… Moved to Charleston in 2006 …

… and started going to Stingray games and became hooked on live hockey… taking pictures of the action is just an extension of the action for me.
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John Wikman
Photographer (Indy Fuel)
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Kristin Basnett
Photographer (Maine Mariners)

Massachusetts born and raised, but I didn’t attend my first hockey game until 2011. It was the …

… Providence Bruins v Monarchs. I’ll admit, I wasn’t immediately interested in the sport. That changed one year later when we suddenly had to move, and after a lot of searching for houses, we wound up in Manchester! My son and I had nothing to do one night, so I said, let’s go check out a Monarchs game (it was Mullets in Movember night). Well, we were hooked instantly! This is our fifth year as Season Ticket Holders. I have always loved taking pictures, mainly of people and the outdoors. One night I decided to bring my camera to a Monarchs game, and I happened to get some good shots. I now am always seen with my camera at the game, from warmups right to the announcement of the Three Stars of the Game. I’m always trying for the next best picture. When I’m not at hockey or taking pictures, I am a travel agent and love working with people to plan their amazing getaways.
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Mike Burton
Photographer (Greenville Swamp Rabbits)

Born and raised in Greenville, SC, I started shooting concerts in 2008.  In 2011 I shot my first ECHL

… hockey game with the Greenville Road Warriors, and I was hooked! I have been one of the game day photographers with the Road Warriors/Swamp Rabbits ever since. When not shooting hockey, I am shooting concerts, and other sports in Greenville. I am happy to share my work with the Sin Bin.
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Mike Crook
Photographer (Rapid City Rush)

Raised to bleed Garnet and Gold, Mike’s first passion will always be Florida State football.

Though he does enjoy watching just about any sporting event if given the opportunity. His interest in hockey grew when the team he occasionally followed (Quebec Nordiques) moved to Denver and raised the Cup in their first season. His love of hockey continued when his FSU-based fan size was rebranded in 2010 to become “Free Sports Press” and expand their sports coverage which included the Rapid City Rush (in their 2nd year of existence). Witnessing them raise the Presidents’ Cup that season was an experience he’ll never forget and his wife have both enjoyed covering the Rush ever since. You can follow along as I tweet all things Rush on Twitter @SinBinRush.
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Sarah Pietrowski
Photographer (Reading Royals)

I grew up outside of Reading, PA where I regularly attended Reading Phillies games. In high school, a friend …

… invited me to a Reading Royals game and that game got me hooked on hockey. The next season I had season tickets and started to also go to as many away games as I could. That season I realized that some goalies had artwork on their helmets so I started to bring a camera to all hockey games I went to and would stand at the glass during warmups to get the goalie helmets. Eventually, it turned into me taking photos from my seat and finally going to college for photography. I have my BFA in Photography. I have been a photographer with the Reading Royals since 2012-13 when I was their photography intern. I still take photographs of all goalie helmets every game and I am extremely offended by white/blank goalie helmets. I enjoy traveling to new arenas and I am currently trying to get to all 31 NHL arenas, I have been to 13 so far.
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