Division 1 Tri-Town

Paul and I had an immediate impact on attitude and culture. The numbers got better and we were making the state tournament consistently. All of that would change in 2006-07. Suddenly there was some sort of mass exodus from the Falcons organization (f...

Taxi Squad

Upon graduating, I decided I would attend MCC and major in Criminal Justice. After Dave’s accident, I wanted to help people. I started volunteering as a firefighter but I still wasn’t ready to let go of that last piece of my hockey dream. I tried out for the...

Senior

After Dave’s death I ended up working as hard as possible to make it back to the Varsity. I was medically cleared to play in the last game of the season and the state tournament. Coach had other plans. New kids were on board this year and numbers were good. I was...

What the H-E-double hockey sticks is a Terrorcat?

My freshman year was here. Only problem was I was still at East Windsor with no hockey team. Dave was at Fermi but he ended up getting cut from his high school team mostly for behavior but also because that team was a st...

Most people reading this know me from coaching high school hockey for the last 15+ years. I’m the heavily tattooed, loud, opinionated, bald headed biker looking guy who would do anything for his players. What if I told you that hardened external appearance was far from...

On November 30, 2017, I had the opportunity to speak with Conneciticut native and current University of Louisville Men’s Hockey Coach Brian Graham.

JP: Connect the dots for me. How did a Connecticut raised hockey player make his way to Louisville?

BG: I attended AIC...

As I begin this next fun chapter as a member of the CTHSHockey family (Thanks Luke), I began to think about this upcoming season. Going from rink to rink some of the musings, questions and discussions with players, fellow coaches, and fans have been funny, emotional, g...

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