Personal Info

  • Father, Ted, skated 13 seasons in the National Hockey League with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Boston Bruins, Dallas Stars, Ottawa Senators,  Los Angeles Kings, New York Islanders,New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues. He represented the United States on five occasions, including one Olympic Winter Games (1992), three IIHF Men's World Championships (1997, 1999, 2002) and one IIHF World Junior Championship (1988). Internationally, he tallied 30 points (14-16) in 29 games for Team USA.  A part of the Harvard Crimson's 1989 NCAA Championship, Ted is entering his 12th season as the head coach of Harvard.

Hockey-Related Questions

Best moment in USA Hockey history:

1980 Olympics

Best memory from own playing career:

Winning the Beanpot

Three things you love about hockey:

The friendships and connections, the travel and bringing people together

American hockey player you enjoyed watching the most:

Mike Modano

Lifestyle Questions

Favorite food:

Chicken Parm

Favorite TV Show:

Game of Thrones

Favorite hobby:

Fishing

One person you would like to meet:

Tom Brady

Favorite account on social media:

Barstool Sports