Chris Lynch moves west to call North Iowa Bulls hockey

Northeasterner Chris Lynch is moving to America’s heartland for his next play-by-play opportunity. An STAA member, Lynch is the new Director of Media & Broadcaster for the NAHL’s North Iowa Bulls.

He learned of the opportunity in an STAA Job Leads+ email.

“I’m excited to join the hockey family in Mason City,” Lynch smiles. “This is a proud team with an excellent tradition of competitive hockey in North Iowa and I am honored to be a part of the Bulls organization.”

Lynch arrives in Mason City after a year with the Danbury Hat Tricks of the FPHL and Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks of the NAHL and NA3HL. In his time with the Hat Tricks, Lynch served as the primary broadcaster for all three teams. He capped his season with the call of the Hat Tricks’ first Commissioner’s Cup Championship win in overtime.

Lynch is a native of West Hartford, CT. He completed his Masters at Iona University, Bachelors at Boston University, and was a freelance broadcaster in the New England area. Lynch also worked as a beat writer covering college hockey events ranging from the Beanpot to the Frozen Four.

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