Bob Duff
Bob DuffContributor
A veteran journalist, Bob Duff has written over two-dozen books, including authorized biographies of Johnny Bower, Marcel Pronovost, Nicklas Lidstrom, Bob Probert, Joe Kocur and Gordie Howe. He has covered the Stanley Cup final, Super Bowl, World Series, World Cup, NBA Finals, March Madness and the Olympic Games.
Steve Charendoff
Steve CharendoffContributor
Steve Charendoff worked for the National Hockey League’s Marketing and Media Relations departments in the mid-1980s, before earning his Masters of Business Administration from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania. After stints with The Scored and Fleer/SkyBox in the 1990s, Charendoff started his own company, Rittenhouse Archives, Ltd., in 1999, which twice became recognized as by The Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the top 50 fastest growing businesses in the greater Philadelphia area.
Michael Augello
Michael AugelloContributor
Michael is a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association and has been covering the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Marlies, the National Hockey League and American Hockey League since 2009.
Nate Brown
Nate BrownContributor
Nate Brown is a published author and wrote for ProHockeyRumors from June 2016 – June 2018. Brown helped launch the site, dedicated to accurate and timely hockey news.

He also contributed to the Chicago Daily Herald from 2005-2014, covering high school and college sports. Brown’s love of reading and writing led him to the middle school classroom, bringing his passion for the written word to his students on a daily basis.

Described as a “Red Wings, Tigers, and Lions fan living openly in Chicago,” Brown counts the Cubs as his favorite Chicago team, thanks to their addition of his hero Alan Trammell as a bench coach back in 2006.

Russ Cohen
Russ CohenContributor
#PHWA member, author of 8 books including #baseball, Sirius XM radio host, #EliteProspects, animal lover, prog rock enthusiast.
Carson J Cooper
Carson J CooperEditor and Contributor
Carson J. Cooper quit his job as a banker to pursue his dream to be a sportswriter. He believes in pitching inside, hip checks, slow curves, hair flowing out of a helmet, afternoon baseball, making the pitcher bat, keeping an ace kicker, watching Hockey Night in Canada, Jack Morris’s forkball, Hoyt Wilhelm’s knuckleball and the legend of Gordie Howe.