What I’ve been doing …

April 2, 2009 on 5:40 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

You may have noticed that I haven’t devoted as much time to New Jersey hockey, in terms of blogging or immediate site updates, as in years past. There are a few reasons for that, but the biggest one is that my job with the Houston Dynamo is a huge time commitment and really challenges me all the time in ways that some of my other jobs haven’t.

So I expect that in the future, I will try to keep running the site as is, with as up-to-date game schedules and results as possible, and continue writing for HNIB, but rankings and blog posts on here will come less often than in the past.

It’s an inevitable consequence of growing up, I suppose. At any rate, after the jump, I’m going to give a few updates on my work life, so if you’re curious, read on.

Last year, the 2008 soccer season, was my first with the Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer. My responsibilities for 2009, my second season, have drastically increased, and they include serving as the team’s radio broadcaster, which is the realization of one of my major goals: do play-by-play for a major sports franchise. I’ve only done three games so far this year (our regular season started March 21), but I’m already loving this new aspect of my job.

Below I’ve finally been able to embed some highlights from my first several games, shared from our social network at MyDynamo.net (yet another website that I run).


Find more videos like this on MyDynamo.net


Find more videos like this on MyDynamo.net


Find more videos like this on MyDynamo.net


Find more videos like this on MyDynamo.net


Find more videos like this on MyDynamo.net


Find more videos like this on MyDynamo.net

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