- Started hockey broadcasting career with the Berlin Maroons, the fabled “Flying Frenchmen.”
- Served as the Maroons main broadcaster for 10 years while a staff member at WMOU in Berlin.
- Advanced to WTSN in Dover where he formed the University of New Hampshire Sports Network.
- Served as the “Voice of the UNH hockey and football for 35 years.
- Donated the network to the university.
- Member of both the UNH Sports Hall of Fame and the Dover Sports Hall of Fame.
- Received the New Hampshire Sportswriters and Sportscasters Distinguished Service Award and the prestigious Profile of Service Award from UNH.
- Retired from WTSN in 1992 after becoming a part owner.