Pro Hockey & CTW background info

I live with my family in Watertown, MA and attend a lot of pro hockey games each season.

Hope you like the site. All photos are taken by me, Team Shred Photography or credited.

In my other life, I do after-school sports photography and intramural sports photography for Social Boston Sports.

I also book bands/performers at Riverfest, Assembly Row, Somerville and sometimes in local area clubs under the Team Shred moniker but less and less folks are going out to see bands.

I did radio for 20 years at the historic rock radio station in Boston, WBCN. It is now streaming, occasionally live at WBCN.com.

In my personal hockey career I ascended to Bantam AA status at age 14 with Assabet Valley Patriots. A few players on our team included Stanley Cup Champion goalie, Tom Barrasso, Boston Bruins‘ center Bobby Sweeney, and ex-Harvard Crimson college hockey standout Allen Bourbeau. I was one of the worst players on the team.

After that I only played recreationally, as my high school didn’t have an ice hockey team and my parents refused to send me to school in another town that did.

So I ended up pursuing a music career and still play lots of ice hockey, teach private skating for hockey or just to look coordinated out there under Team Shred Ice Skating School.

I also play a ton of roller hockey.

We have finally arrived at our url. Feel free to leave comments and interact hockey.

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  1. trekmom April 6, 2014 1:56 pm 

    I’m enjoying your blog, your photos are fantastic. I was wondering if you would mind if I printed out 2 photos to give to the hockey players, their parents don’t get to see them play often and they enjoy sending photos home. I’m in the Booster Club for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. I’d like to give Scooter Vaughn a copy of that photo you took of him, it’s really great. thanks.

    • Shredboston April 7, 2014 1:02 pm 

      Sure thing. Feel free to print that photo of Scooter and others from Sound Tigers’ team to give to them. Thank you for the kind words!

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