LEE’S SUMMIT, MO – The Sin Bin is proud to announce three new additions to the writing team for the upcoming season. James McGowan, Ted Warren and Mike Campos will cover teams in the American Hockey League (AHL), ECHL and Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL). All three will make their writing debuts on the site soon.

James McGowan will cover the AHL’s Providence Bruins.  He previously wrote for Fantasy Pros, a website that covered sports injuries and their impact on fantasy sports. In addition to his efforts for The Sin Bin, James is currently studying media communications at Johnson and Wales University in Providence, RI.  

Ted Warren will cover the ECHL’s Norfolk Admirals and joins the site after a three-year stint with The Hockey Writers. This season marks Warren’s first in the ECHL and fourth covering the Admirals. The 27-year-old will be bringing you features on players, coaches and everything Norfolk Admirals. In his time covering the Admirals, he has interviewed players such as NHL goaltender Jason LaBarbera and hockey scout Duane Sutter. 

Finally, Mike Campos will cover the Louisiana IceGators and the SPHL. Mike has been a fan of Edmonton Oilers for more than 30 years and will be entering his second season of covering the IceGators. 

“We are very excited to bring James, Ted, and Mike on board. Each of them bring unique perspectives for their respective markets. Our goal is to always bring on talented writers that have their thumbs on the pulse of their fan bases, and we feel as though these three will be great additions,” said Joe Rozycki, owner of “Our ultimate goal here at The Sin Bin is to provide quality and accurate coverage to broaden the reach of minor league hockey. James, Ted, and Mike will be a big part of reaching that goal moving forward.”

Currently, Team Sin Bin has a writing staff that includes 12 ECHL, 4 AHL, 1 SPHL writers and a feature writer. Our team also includes three photographers, a full-time webmaster and statistician.

We are always looking for new writers to join our team. For those interested, please visit

For more information on this or any other news related to The Sin Bin, please contact Joe Rozycki at [email protected] or Matthew Harding at [email protected].

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