Hockey ECHL VP of Business Operations Ryan Crelin

ECHL Hockey VP of Business Operations Ryan Crelin

Ryan Crelin

Ryan found his love of sports led to him to ECHL (AA Minor League Hockey)!

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Ryan Crelin knew from a young age that he wanted to be involved with sports some how. When it was time to goto college, he found himself at Seton Hall University in New Jersey (his home state). While at Seton Hall he studied to be in sports management.

Growing up his dad owned a family business, but Ryan’s dad wanted him to go and live out his own dreams instead of staying in the family business. So Ryan found a lot of encouragement from his family for pursuing his dreams of managing in the sports arena.

He was lucky enough to be recommended to take an internship at the ECHL. Even though the location for it was down in Princeton, New Jersey, Ryan took the position two hours away and drove four times a week. Many times he wasn’t sure if he would have enough gas money to get down there, but he pressed on.

Eventually Ryan saw the light at end of the tunnel working at the ECHL main office, and all of his hard work and endless hours were starting to pay off. He then continued to press with his MBA from Rutgers University.

Ryan encourages everyone to never stop learning and educating yourself. Even when people want to look at you and judge, you show that you have the knowledge to make them respect you.

Ryan is a good friend of mine, and I am really happy that he decided to come on Dreamers Podcast to share his story. One thing I admire about him is the fact that he isn’t afraid to be himself and not worry about what other people think.

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Episode 36

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this is the dreamers podcast where
dreamers shared their stories to inspire

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you

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now join host Joe Pardo as he interviews
a dreamer who is living their dreams

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yeah

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ok

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welcome to the dreamers podcast I’m your
host Joe Pardo and today I’m

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interviewing Ryan kreelan who is that
right yeah we got it

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who is living his dream through minor
league hockey

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welcome to the show Ryan show thanks for
coming on I really appreciate you coming

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in on this early morning

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yeah not a problem at all let’s get
started by giving some background about

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yourself

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well I’m new journey born and raised in
town called Middletown but that

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opportunity to go elsewhere but who kind
of home-based and fortunate enough to

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find a job that I enjoy close to home
and my family my friends are all there

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and been there ever since

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so what would you say inspires you i
would say a lot of different things but

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on a on a day-to-day basis you know I
actually enjoy working i like the fruits

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of the labor and seeing what it’s born
out of it in the hockey world that could

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be a game or an event or a big meeting

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I like to work put in the time and then
she that all play itself out if you go

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to the rink and there’s five six
thousand people there to watch game and

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you were behind the seams to make it all
happen i find that very rewarding and

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that’s kind of what inspires be Peter I
grew up in a house that Roche and driven

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to work for work I i guess its genetic I
don’t know but we actually enjoy it

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some people don’t like work we love to
work and so it’s always nice though when

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at the end of that work you can see the
fruits of your labor so how did you

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dream come about you wanting to work in
multiple sports in general and then

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eventually moving on to mana leak sports
well growing up it always been a fan of

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all sports played everything I enjoy
watching all different types of sports

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and going through high school one day I
just decided that’s kind of what I

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wanted to do and started looking up the
route to go found a sport management

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program at his house in a business
school at Seton Hall University in New

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Jersey school got into the program what
went for years their loved it played

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hockey their hockey was kinda my means
for growing up and

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my senior year a opportunity was folded
to me for my visor potentially work for

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the ECHL which is minor league double
play hockey a former senior graduate was

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working there was looking for an
internal it was no pay and long hours at

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that’s driving an hour each way to get
there but i decided to take it and it

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was grueling but I enjoyed it and it
kind of got my foot in the door and

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therefore the past pretty much decade at
this point so sometimes it’s just on a

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whim an opportunity came along I jumped
at it took it and it worked out

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you’ve told me that story before and you
had mentioned at times you didn’t even

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have gas money to make the trip

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yeah i mean not the intern world is
usually non-pay fine it’s the nature of

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the piece but i was driving two hours
each way three or four times a week and

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my college budget so it certainly wasn’t
easy but if you find a way to do it and

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it worked hard and show yourself you
know things do work out yeah they

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definitely do and and in your case they
very much did you share your position

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that you’ve worked your way up to now my
current title is senior vice president

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of business operations so abroad title
by it’s a it’s a great title it allows

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me to get my hands into everything

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the the monitor I was just where 40
different hats and we get to explore all

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realms of the business from the hockey
side to the tickets I’d response I’d to

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the Digital side it’s really cool so I I
enjoy it very much so how is your dream

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received by your family when you told
them that you wanted to go into sports

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management to be honest I think they
just said yet absolutely go ahead and

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run with it my my parents never went to
college

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my dad’s an entrepreneur owns his own
business she actually never really

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wanted me to get into the business I
wanted me to go to school and do

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something different and it worked out
and that’s that’s exactly what i did i

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guess i could go in that business but he
never wanted me to encourage me to go

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elsewhere

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follow my dreams and that’s kind of what
I’m doing so what steps did you take to

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get started in sports management

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yeah

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couple different things one you know I
went and found a sport management

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programs specifically what I wanted to
being however that the key really is

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that it was housing a business school at
the end of the day

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hockey is a business and you need a
business background so i would encourage

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anyone who’s interested in the field to
make that as kind of a basis for the

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platform of their education to get a
business education once i went school

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for for management and business and got
that basis and you know did some

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extracurriculars trippin towards that as
well transport management club we did

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events on the side you get event
management planning through doing things

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such as that and then like I said
earlier I got my foot in the door with

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the ECHL I didn’t stop there though
either after two years at the ECHL I was

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still working but I went and got my MBA
at Rutgers University another jersey

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school so dimensioned I’m jersey
through-and-through but never stop

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learning never stops and educating
yourself you know it was hard work

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working full-time and going to school at
night not a lot of sweet and a lot of

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running around but once again in the end
it

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it’s worth it so what roblox you get
along the way you know there’s always

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little things and at the same time to I
will say this i was fortunate to get my

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foot in the door and have the
opportunity presented itself

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one of the things i encourage early on
when I was young and I look young and in

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the business world you know you have to
earn your respect and for a long time I

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was treated like a kid at least to start
once I was able to introduce myself and

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speak the language and talk to people i
was able to break down those barriers

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and earn their respect but it was kind
of comical to be quite honest in terms

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of the values of just getting people to
respect you and kind of her in your

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place

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you know you’re going to experience that
in any job especially when you’re first

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starting out coming out of college but
kind of roll with the punches and go

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from there are any specific steps you
took to overcome those like you said

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getting in front of people and speaking
the language i mean that’s not always

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the easiest especially if some people
choose to judge you right off the gate

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yeah and sometimes you don’t even know
the language right listen I wasn’t born

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with all the answers and not through I
still not have all the answers but if I

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don’t know something i take the time to
educate myself on it and read up on it

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and learn it this way going back in i
can put myself into the conversation in

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kind of relate to people and and prove
that i know what i’m talking about so I

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i would say just knowing the situation
before you get into it

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educating yourself on it being able to
have the conversation and the other

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thing too is not being afraid to ask
questions if you don’t know ask the

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question because which I’ve never had a
problem with my entire life I probably

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ask too many questions but if you don’t
know and just kind of wing it

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it can backfire pretty quickly yes
somebody’s detector will be going off on

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you i’m sure yeah yeah exactly i mean it
to me it’s better to have the facts and

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doing analysis based on the fact other
than just kinda guessing so are there

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any parts you dream that haven’t quite
worked out yet

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you know I don’t know I personally
always want to aspire to be bigger and

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better in a take on new challenges and
you know i don’t think the ECHL is

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necessarily the final destination for me
but a good destination for now as I

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continued a to grow and learn and I wait
for the next opportunity to present

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itself and just kind of continue to move
up the ladder whether within the ECHL or

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within the hockey world or in a sport
world in general your hockey was my

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go-to and use my favorite sport bars on
very fortunate to have landed in that

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but the sports business is similar
across all sports so you know you wait

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for the next opportunity and kind of
grow from there the one thing you know

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when you’re following your dreams no
one’s gonna hand it to you so you’ve got

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to position yourself and wait for the
right opportunity and a no 12 pounds and

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you don’t know when exactly that will be
but you just continue waiting in one day

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of the show up on your doorstep I’ve
personally had those stories I’ve seen

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it out with friends and co-workers you
know just out of the blue not purity

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opens up and you jump on it

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yeah definitely gotta know when the
pound sits like

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one part luck one part instinct yeah
yeah I mean you gotta put yourself in

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the position and you know kind of make
your own lock but at the same time it’s

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not just the same I mean you’re trying
to move up in a corporation or to a

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specific entity someone’s gotta leave
usually unless they’re creating a new

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position

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the key is to put yourself behind in the
visible spectrum of whatever hiring for

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that position and said you know who
would be great for this so its up

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yeah definitely so if you were stranded
on a deserted on with your family

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what three things would you want to have
with you this is probably terrible but

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definitely television it probably drive
my family nuts but I the TV is kind of

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my source for everything from news to
sports to education I grew up with it

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and I i use it as a formative tool for
current events and history and science

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and you name it so TV would probably be
number one and my wife would probably

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break it within the first 20 seconds
probably ought curing I and associated

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equipment just a play i love the sport
been playing since I was six or seven

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years old still play to this day and I
find it’s a great way not only for

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exercise but just to get away you know
if you give me a stick pair of skates in

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the park

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I could spend all day out there and I
remember growing up spending all day out

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there and how much fun he was so I think
that would be number two number three

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maybe a nice kitchen so we cook and have
nice food food is my week this I enjoy

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good food good grill and just maybe a
kegerator in the kitchen as well to

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explain a little more in depth with the
ECHL is exactly sure the HL is a 21 team

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double a minor league hockey league we
have teams as far north as Anchorage

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Alaska as far south that is for lot of
their Florida and 21 teams spread out

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across the country in between our teams
are affiliated with both the American

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Hockey League and the National Hockey
League as a naturally work kind of the

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double-a the American auctioneers

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with the triple a and then the NHL is
major pro so a lot of our players have

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moved on to those leagues and our teams
are affiliated with respective teams in

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those leagues kind of development
channels that help players grow their

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game and move up the ranks so is their
favorite memory like to share over the

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course of a decade working with the ECHL
haha that’s a great question let lots of

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good ones i say this for five years ago
after one of our all-star games in

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Southern California a representative of
reebok CCM hockey and I you have become

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very good friends over the years decided
we were going to visit a host of ECHL

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teams throughout the last now normally
you do that flying from spot spot but we

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decided that we were going to rent an RV
and go visit the teens from spot spot

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and we started the trip after the night
of our officer game and we had our

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championship trophy as well as the
Stanley Cup on the RV with us which was

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just got no made for great photo op you
know we had a great time that night and

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then we set out on our adventure and you
know I got to travel the western part of

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the United States in an RV and she
thinks that you know i never thought i’d

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see and just trying to hit the open road
enjoy all working at the same time so

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the ECHL is really afforded the great
opportunity to see spots that I’ve never

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seen to rejoice cities that I really
really enjoyed and probably would have

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never gone to otherwise i think a
specific memory that kind of opens up

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into a broader spectrum of what the ECHL
is done for me and broaden my horizons

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yeah i know you said the pictures with
me hopefully you could maybe some that

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picture over and I could use it for the
website

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yeah not a problem so what are your
dreams for the future look like you know

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as a mentioned earlier i’m always
looking ahead looking for the next

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opportunity whether that’s within the
ECHL or another realm of sports aware

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that specifically it i don’t know
growing up I always thought I wanted to

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work for the NHL but you know I’m not
sure that’s that’s the case anymore i

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think i’d just need to look at the
opportunity that presents itself and

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what

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or anything it’s right for me on a host
of different levels not only on a career

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level but on a family level on a
geography level where it is what the

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fine commitment I you know that sports
can be a lot of hours but as you grow

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older you get a family and you have
commitments to them as well so so it’s a

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balancing act and you gotta find what’s
the the right fit for you and what may

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have been a right fit for me at 22 years
old may not be right for me

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30 years old so I just kinda see what
comes along and make a decision from

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there you’re still driving a long
distance to get the work every day in

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Princeton New Jersey

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yeah that’s that’s for certain look
about an hour 10 each one everyday so is

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there any last thoughts you’d like to
share

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you know I think we’ve touched on a lot
of higher points there and understand

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that the scope of your project years to
encourage people to focus on their

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dreams and I think that’s what you gotta
do you gotta kind of have it in the back

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of your mind what you want to do look at
the steps that you need to get there and

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start to take those steps

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nothing’s going to happen overnight by
any stretch of the means but if you do

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the right things and follow the steps
slowly in increments you’ll get to where

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you want to be in high school I decided
I wanted to be in the sports world and

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so I started researching it and found
where I wanted to go I got test scores

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to get me in and I proceeded down that
path once we got that left my foot in

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the door once I got in i realized i
wanted to further my education to

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further my career sound where to go when
two rockers worked hard got the degree

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in the the pieces necessary to advance
my career once again you know none of

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this just snap my fingers and in here
days it was having kind of an idea in

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the back of my mind where I wanted to go
what I wanted to do finding the steps

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and then completing the steps in small
increments and then before you know it a

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decade’s gone and here we are

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well thank you so much for coming on the
show Ryan I really appreciate it

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killer no problem Joe anytime if you
need anything just let me know and urge

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people to check out

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www.dhl.com

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find out more about our league I will
put that in the show notes thank you

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love to have you on again at some point
six months a year and check up on you

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and see how you’re doing with moving
along with your dreams

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yeah not a problem Joe can’t let me know
definitely thank you

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yeah thank you for joining us for this
episode of the dreamers podcast follow

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us on twitter and dreamers podcast join
us on facebook at facebook.com slash

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