On this week’s episode of New England Hockey Journal’s RinkWise podcast, Kirk Luedeke is joined by Bobby Farnham.
Farnham, who hails North Andover, Mass., played prep hockey at Brooks School and Phillips Andover Academy before playing four seasons at Brown. He went on to play eight seasons in the professional realm, including three years and 67 games in the NHL with Pittsburgh, New Jersey and Montreal.
Now retired, following his final active season in Belfast, Ireland, Farnham, 32, serves as the Director of Player Development and Business Strategy for Global Hockey Consultants.
The former pro forward joined Luedeke to discuss a number of topics, from his journey to the NHL to the importance of developing good habits, being a mentor for young players in his post-playing career and more.