About the Authors

Cameron Kynett: Cameron played for Downingtown East High School.  He played 1 year of collegiate hockey at Penn State Altoona and now is attending Deleware County Community College as a journalism major.  You can contact him at camsk897@yahoo.com

Matthew O’Brien: Matthew played forward for La Salle College High School, winning the PA state championship in 2008 and 2009. He appeared in back to back U18 Tier I National Championships, winning Bronze in 2008 with the Valley Forge Minutemen and losing in the quarterfinals in 2009 with the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers. He is currently a sophomore at Western New England College in Springfield, MA as a creative writing major. You can contact him at matthew.obrien09@gmail.com

Thomas Krulikowski: Krulikowski played for defense for La Salle College High School, winning the PA state championship in 2008 and 2009. He also finished third in the 2008 U18 Tier I National Championship as a member of the Valley Forge Minutemen(noteworthy: Derek Stepan broke his ankles on a one-on-one). He currently is attending Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY as a writing major. You can contact him at thomaskrulikowski@gmail.com

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2 Responses to “About the Authors”

  1. Overall, this is an informative, well-written blog. Articles are bite-sized with just enough opinion to get a quick read on games. It would be noteworthy if the authors were playing college-level hockey given their impressive high school accomplishments.

    • thomaskrulikowski Says:

      Thanks for the feedback! Some of the authors were planning on playing collegiate hockey, but decided education was more important a priority than playing for a team below their level. Of course, their college careers are young and may always decide to lace them up again!

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