- Mark Igo
As a founder of MyHockeyLive.com, Mark found a way of incorporating his marketing expertise with his passion for hockey. MyHockeyLive.com launched in 2013 and immediately became the premier live-streaming hockey website in New England. Today, the site continues to be supported by millions of hockey fans across the world. Like other MHL team members, Mark wears a variety of hats from sales to marketing to color commentary. Mark is a native of Hingham, Mass., where he played, coached and presided over various youth sports groups. When he is away from the rink, Mark umpires Varsity and Legion baseball across the South Shore and the Cape. His favorite hobby is chasing a little white ball around a golf course.
- Jake Levin
Jake is in his fourth season with My Hockey Live, serving in a variety of capacities since coming aboard for its inaugural season. Primarily, he serves as a play-by-play announcer and contributes written content to the website and weekly newsletters. Jake is a native of Hingham, Mass., where he served as play-by-play announcer for the Hingham High boys' hockey team in 2008-09 - Tony Messina's first season with the Harbormen. Away from the rink, Jake contributes to Patriots coverage at NBCBoston.com and covers high school sports throughout southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He is a 2014 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, and he won't sleep until the hockey team achieves Division I varsity status.
- Pat Serio
One of the preeminent photographers in the state, Pat Serio has been with My Hockey Live since the beginning. Based out of western Massachusetts, you've probably seen a Seriovideo.com production at a rink near you in all corners of the state. Many of the outstanding graphics MHL uses in its broadcasts are courtesy of Pat and his creativity, which he harnessed while studying at Emerson College in Boston.
- Paul McNamara
"Paul Mac," renowned for his Pepper Pot Players of the Game, is one of My Hockey Live's play-by-play voices. He's been involved with MHL since its inception in 2014 and despite being based on the North Shore, maintains a strong knowledge of all programs in the state. Away from the rinks, he works in alumni relations at St. John's Prep in Danvers, where he inevitably winds up at the rink anyways.
- Brandon Hall
Brandon is in his second season with My Hockey Live, providing color commentary and insider insight into Massachusetts High School hockey. As a hockey coach at Silver Lake for 13 years, Brandon knows the ins and outs of High School hockey. Brandon lives in Easton, Mass., where as a student at Stonehill College, he served as the Sports Director for WSHL, doing game broadcast and sports talk. Brandon played varsity hockey for four years at West Warwick High School in RI. Away from the rink, Brandon is the K-12 Technology Integrator for the Pembroke Public Schools. He is a married, father of two who loves to travel and play golf. He also firmly believes that Petr Klima’s 3OT goal in Game 1 of the 1990 Stanley Cup finals ruined his childhood.
- Amanda Bokshan
Amanda is in her second season with My Hockey Live. Although she primarily works on MHL's behind-the-scenes action, you can occasionally catch her manning a contest table or selling MIAA programs at tournament venues throughout the season. She recently moved to Massachusetts by way of Florida, where she spent a season working as a sales associate for the NHL's Florida Panthers. As a Michigan native, Amanda earned a B.A. in Sport Management from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). When she wasn't attending classes or studying in the Law Lib., Amanda tutored student-athletes, joined the executive board of her sorority, Sigma Kappa, and participated in a Health and Wellness study abroad program in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She also spent two years as an intern for the USA Hockey National Team Development Program while at U of M. Amanda currently resides in Worcester, MA, where she spends her free time adjusting to life in New England (she still swears that Starbucks is better than Dunkin') and planning her next big trip. She hopes to achieve "30 before 30" -- visiting 30 countries before turning 30 years old -- over the next few years.