New England Hockey Journal is pleased to announce the addition of Paul D. Grant as our new hockey web editor and writer.
Paul joins the NEHJ team with 30 years of experience overseeing, editing and writing content, most recently spending 12 years at ESPN, where he served as hockey editor and lacrosse editor, among other duties. During his time at ESPN, he was nominated for a Sports Emmy (for “Stranger Than Fiction: The Mike Danton Story”) and oversaw digital coverage for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa as well as the 2016 World Cup of Hockey in Toronto.
Paul has an extensive background working with some of the best hockey writers in the world and has covered the sport at almost every level, dating from when former Nashville Predators captain Mike Fisher was an atom on up. He also is one of the first winners of the Edward Goff Penny Memorial Prize for writers. A native of Toronto, Paul is a former defenseman who now plays rover in stick-and-puck games.
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