2011 CHC Event Program - Congressional Hockey Challenge

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2011 CHC Event Program - Congressional Hockey Challenge

Third Annual

Congressional Hockey Challenge

benefiting the

Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club

and the

Fort Dupont Ice Arena

March 10, 2011

Verizon Center


About the

Congressional Hockey Challenge

On March 6, 2009, Congressional Staff, Administration officials and lobbyists from a wide

range of interests and industries left behind their day jobs to join together for a little fun

on the ice to raise funds for the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club. The first game was played

at Kettler Capitals Iceplex and had a crowd of around 300 attendees. The Lawmakers

won a hard-fought 6-4 victory on that first afternoon, thanks to two goals by Congressman

Brian Higgins of Buffalo (D-NY-27) and spectacular goaltending by Congressman Anthony

Weiner (D-NY-9).

Thus was born the Congressional Hockey Challenge.

All involved share a love of the game

of ice hockey coupled with a desire to make it

a more widely accessible sport. In a decidedly

partisan town, this event brings together lawmakers

and lobbyists, Republicans and Democrats,

in a charity ice hockey game to raise money for

worthy groups.

The Congressional Hockey Challenge allows

inner-city youth in Washington, DC the opportunity

to participate in activities and programs that build much-needed confidence and teambuilding

skills as well as offer educational benefits.

In 2010, the event was moved to the Fort Dupont Ice Arena and garnered the support of

the National Hockey League and the Washington Capitals. Over 500 crowded the stands

to watch the game, and over $50,000 was raised for the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club and

Fort Dupont Ice Arena. The Lobbyists, thanks to stellar goaltending by Andrew Emerson

and Brian Regan, and a potent offense spearheaded by C2 GROUP’s own Nelson Litterst

(two goals) and Sean O’Neill of the Associated General Contractors of America (one

goal, two assists), roared back to win 7-2.

This year’s ice hockey game is being played at the Verizon Center due to the assistance

and generosity of the Washington Capitals and the National Hockey League. There are

many additional sponsors including Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund, Comcast, PhRMA

and UPS to name a few that have helped to make this year’s event a success!

We invite you to thumb through this program to learn more about ALL our generous sponsors

as well as the players that make up each of tonight’s rosters.

Thank you for being here to support the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club and the Fort Dupont

Ice Arena. With each team a victor in previous meetings, you can bet tonight’s game will

be a great one!


About the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club

Founded in 1978 by Neal Henderson, The Fort Dupont

Ice Hockey Club is an NHL-sponsored, award-winning

501(c)(3) charitable organization providing local and

inner-city youth with the opportunity to participate in an

organized ice hockey program.

Participants have a wide range of

experience in skating and game

play, and ages range from 8 to

17. The program teaches young

people discipline through athletics

and coaching, and helps establish

self-esteem, a sense of purpose,

and offers an incentive to excel

academically. The benefits of organized

sports extend far beyond the rink: the girls and

boys who join the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club learn

life skills. As these children grow, they will become better

citizens and will learn to give respect and anticipate

respect. Children participating in the Fort Dupont Ice

Hockey Club have a 100 percent high school graduation

rate, and over 90 percent continue to higher education.

In 2010, Neal was the recipient of the Bridgestone

Americas Mark Messier Youth Leadership Award, one

of the most prestigious awards given to a member of the

hockey community.


About the Fort Dupont Ice Arena

The home rink of the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club, the

Fort Dupont Ice Arena is situated on National Park Service

land and operated by Friends of Fort

Dupont Ice Arena, a 501(c)(3)

charitable organization. The Arena

contains the only public indoor ice

rink in the District of Columbia and

has been named as an America’s

Promise “Safe Place” – a safe place

for young people with structured

activities during non-school hours.

This designation was awarded to

the Arena in December of 2001 by

America’s Promise, the Alliance for

Youth organization founded by General Colin L. Powell.

It serves as an anchor in its community and as a place of

refuge for children in need by providing skating instruction

and classroom activities free of charge or at highly

affordable rates.


Team Lawmakers

John Kerry/Forward, Right Wing/#01

Height: 6’4”

Hometown: Boston, MA

College: Yale University

Employer: The People of Massachusetts

Favorite NHL Team: Bruins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Rolling Stones

First job: Campaign volunteer for Ted Kennedy

Rep. Anthony Weiner/Goalie/#9

Height/weight: 6’5”/235

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

College: SUNY Plattsburgh

Employer: House of Representatives

Favorite NHL Team: Islanders

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: The Knack

First car you owned: ‘73 Cutlass

First job: Bagel baker

Rep. Brian Higgins/Forward, Left Wing/#27

Height/weight: 6’2”/ Fighting Weight

Hometown: South Buffalo, NY

College: Buffalo State College & Harvard University

Employer: The Citizens of Western New York

Favorite NHL Team: Buffalo’s own Sabres (of course)

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: 10,000 Maniacs

with Jamestown, NY native Dennis Drew on keyboard

and Springsteen - “The Boss”

First car you owned: Pierce-Arrow (Not really, but

did you know they were made in Buffalo?)

First job: Working the trowel with my bricklayer

father and uncles

Rep. Mike Quigley/Right Wing/#5

Height/weight: 5’7”/150

Hometown: Chicago

College: Roosevelt, Loyola, and U of Chicago

Employer: Constituents of IL’s 5th Congressional

District

Favorite NHL Team: Blackhawks

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Mott the Hoople

First car you owned: ’66 Mustang

First job: Worked at a Bowling Alley

Rep. Larry Bucshon/Forward/#96

Height/weight: 5’8”/185

Hometown: Kincaid, IL

College: University of Illinois

Employer: Indiana 08, House of Representatives

Favorite NHL Team: Chicago Blackhawks

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Journey

First car you owned: Mercury Comet

First job: Medical resident in surgery

Rep. Pat Meehan/Left Wing/#94

Height/weight: 6’2”/210

Hometown: Drexel Hill, PA

College: Bowdoin

Employer: US House of Representatives

Favorite NHL Team: Philadelphia Flyers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Bruce Springsteen

First car you owned: VW Beetle

First job: Caddy

John Billings/Defense

Height/weight: 5’11”/175

Hometown: New Milford, CT

College: Dartmouth College

Employer: Congressman Charles Bass (NH02)

Favorite NHL Team: Hartford Whalers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Guns N’ Roses

First car you owned: Wrangler

First job: Hiking Trail Maintenance

Joel Brubaker/Defense/#44

Height/weight: 6’4”/210

Hometown: Lancaster, PA

College: Gettysburg College

Employer: Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito

(R-WV)

Favorite NHL Team: Philadelphia Flyers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: U2

First car you owned: Honda Accord

First job: Hechingers

Jeff Burton/Forward/#33

Height/weight: 6’3”/260

Hometown: Torrance, CA

College: Northern Arizona University

Employer: National Republican Congressional

Committee

Favorite NHL Team: Los Angeles Kings

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Guns N’ Roses

First car you owned: 1964 ½ - Ford Mustang

First job: Working for my dad as his plumber’s

apprentice $3/hr.

Brad Dayspring/Defense/#2

Height/weight: 6’0”/185

Hometown: Pompton Lakes, NJ

College: Villanova University

Employer: Majority Leader Eric Cantor

Favorite NHL Team: NY Rangers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Guns N’ Roses

First car you owned: Ford Probe

First job: Being a pest


Team Lawmakers

Bob Fischer/Defense/#64

Height/weight: 6’0”/215

Hometown: Buffalo, NY

College: SUNY Geneseo

Employer: Assistant Manager - House Democratic

Cloakroom

Favorite NHL Team: Buffalo Sabres

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: The Who

First car you owned: 1973 Chevy Caprice Classic

First job: Staff Assistant - Office of the Doorkeeper

John Goodwin/Forward/#37

Height/weight: 5’11”/220

Hometown: Cranston, RI

College: Marymount University

Employer: Congressman Raul Labrador

Favorite NHL Team: Boston Bruins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Aerosmith

First car you owned: Dodge Aries

First job: Caddy

Stephen Hedger/Goalie/#1

Height/weight: 5’10”/185

Hometown: Washington, D.C.

College: West Point

Employer: U.S. Senate

Favorite NHL Team: Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Bruce Springsteen

First car you owned: Toyota 4Runner

First job: Paper boy

Stephen Kraly/Defense/#21

Height/weight: 5’9”/190

Hometown: Union, NJ

College: Kutztown University (PA)

Employer: Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10)

Favorite NHL Team: New York Rangers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: NWA

First car you owned: 1986 Buick Riviera aka

The Pimp Mobile

First job: Selling golf balls and soda on the golf

course

Gerrit Lansing/Center/#16

Height/weight: 6’0”/180

Hometown: Lake Forest, IL

College: The University of the South

Employer: Congressman Peter J. Roskam

Favorite NHL Team: The Stanley Cup Champion

Chicago Blackhawks

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Guns N’ Roses

First car you owned: 2005 Volvo v50

First job: Zamboni Driver in Lake Forest, IL

Tory Mazzola/Defense/#24

Height/weight: 5’8”/170

Hometown: Wakefield, MA

College: University of New Hampshire, Durham

Employer: National Republican Congressional

Committee

Favorite NHL Team: Boston Bruins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

New Kids on the Block

First car you owned: Ford Ranger

First job: Delivering newspapers

Jeff “Big Mac” McEvoy/Front of net/#3

Height/weight: 6’3”/265

Hometown: Lewiston, NY

College: U.S. Army School of Hard Knocks

Employer: U.S. Senate SAA

Favorite NHL Team: Buffalo Sabres

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

The Beach Boys

First car you owned: 1972 Dodge Charger

First job: Gas station attendant

Andrew Mills/Forward

Height/weight: 5’10”/175

Hometown: Carmel, Indiana

College: Purdue University

Employer: Senator Richard G. Lugar

Favorite NHL Team: Pittsburgh Penguins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Journey

(were there other bands?)

First car you owned: Honda Prelude

First job: Owned a lawn care company

(me pushing a mower)

Jon Oehmen/Center/#16

Height/weight: 5’9”/185

Hometown: St. Louis, MO

College: Colorado State University

Employer: U.S. Rep. John Sullivan

Favorite NHL Team: St. Louis Blues

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Grateful Dead

First car you owned: ’87 Jeep Cherokee – aka,

the war wagon

First job: Bicycle Shop

Tim Regan/Forward/#9

Height/weight: 5’11”/200

Hometown: Fairfax, VA

College: George Mason University

Employer: Clerk of the House of Representatives

Favorite NHL Team: Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Journey

First car you owned: Chevy Beretta

First job: Hockey Camp Counselor


Photo Credit: Nick Lewis

Team Lawmakers

Tim Sheehan/Forward/#5

Height/weight: 5’11”/170

Hometown: West Hartford, CT

aka The Mean Streets

College: UConn

Employer: House Rules Committee

Favorite NHL Team: Caps

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: The Clash

First car you owned: 1978 Mercury Marquis

First job: Landscaper

Cecil “Jack” Way/Wing, Defense/#17

Height/weight: 5’9”/185

Hometown: Montclair, NJ

College: THE American University,

Washington DC

Employer: Department of Homeland Security –

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Favorite NHL Team: Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Leo Sayer

First car you owned: ‘71 Ford Torino

First job: Senator Frank R. Lautenberg’s Scheduler

Zach McEvoy

Son of Team Lawmakers Forward Jeff McEvoy,

Zach McEvoy will sing the National Anthem at the

3rd Annual Congressional Hockey Challenge.


Photo Credit: (this page): Justin Mean


Team Lobbyists

Justin Beachnau/Forward/#37

Height/weight: 5’8”/195

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

College: Duquesne University

Employer: IBM

Favorite NHL Team: Pittsburgh Peguins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Led Zeppelin

First car you owned: Volkswagen Jetta

First job: Hockey Pro Shop

Ian Bennitt/Forward/#19

Height/weight: 5’11”/185

Hometown: Branford, CT

College: Skidmore College

Employer: Shipbuilders Council of America

Favorite NHL Team: Whalers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Huey Lewis and the News

First car you owned: Reliant K

First job: Apprentice, Estate Solution LLC

Nick Bliss/Center/#18

Height/weight: 5’10”/200

Hometown: McLean, VA

College: Salve Regina University

Employer: New York Life

Favorite NHL Team: Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Talking Heads & Widespread Panic

First car you owned: Sebring Convertible

First job: Hockey Referee

John Cline/Left Wing/#10

Height/weight: 6’3”/220

Hometown: Chicago, IL

College: The Northern Illinois University

Employer: C2 GROUP

Favorite NHL Team: Chicago Blackhawks

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Chicago ...of course

First car you owned: White 1963 Buick Wildcat

w/ Red Leather Interior - NO SEATBELTS

First job: Clerk - Jewel/Osco Food and Drug

Stores

Brooke Coburn/Forward/#7

Height/weight: 6’/200

Hometown: Canton, NY

College: Princeton

Employer: The Carlyle Group

Favorite NHL Team: Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Van Halen

First car you owned: Jeep CJ7

First job: Downstream Oil & Gas Services

(pumping gas)

Bob Filippone/Left Out/#18

Height/weight: 5’9”/163

Hometown: Braintree, MA

College: WPI

Employer: PhRMA

Favorite NHL Team: Bruins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Aerosmith

First car you owned: Ford Torino Wagon

First job: Dishwasher

Christian Gullott/Defense, Forward/#27

Height/weight: 5’10”/175

Hometown: Schenectady, NY

College: Siena College

Employer: Bridgestone Americas, Inc.

Favorite NHL Team: Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Boston

First car you owned: Jeep

First job: Steering Committee Coordinator, NYS

Assembly Minority Leader

Jeff “Mr. Wonderful” Kimbell/Right Wing

(Tea Party)/#17 (Assistant Captain)

Height/weight: 5’11”/185 lbs of twisted steel and sex

appeal

Hometown: Lake Forest, IL

College: Southern Methodist University

Employer: Jeffrey Kimbell & Associates and Magnum

Entertainment Group, Inc.

Favorite NHL Team: Blackhawks (NHL),

OK City Barons (AHL), Utah Grizzlies (ECHL)

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Krokus

First car you owned: ‘69 Plymouth GTX Convertible

First job: Intern for Rep. Sam Johnson (R-TX), District

office, Dallas, TX

Melissa Lavinson/Defense/#4

Height/weight: 5’5”/125

Hometown: Princeton, NJ

College: Hamilton College

Employer: Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Favorite NHL Team: Devils

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Fleetwood Mac

First car you owned: Subaru “egg”

First job: Bartender

Nick “Title IX” Lewis/Forward/#66

Height/weight: 5’10”/175

Hometown: New York City

College: SUNY New Paltz, AKA “Harvard of the

Hudson Valley”

Employer: UPS

Favorite NHL Team: The Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Oingo Boingo

First car you owned:

1986 Chevrolet Caprice Estate Wagon

First job: Instructor of the Top Gun Instructors/Age

14/Miramar, California


Team Lobbyists

Nelson Litterst/Forward/#11

Height/weight: 5’11”/180

Hometown: Peoria, IL

College: Indiana University

Employer: C2 GROUP

Favorite NHL Team: Caps

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Rush

First car you owned: 75 Camaro

First job: Stock Boy at a Liquor Store

George Lowe/Winger/#21

Height/weight: 6’0”/190

Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska

College: University of Oregon

Employer: Brown Rudnick

Favorite NHL Team: Caps

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Led Zeppelin

First car you owned: Jeep Wrangler

First job: News paperboy

Rick Murphy/Forward/#51

Height/weight: 6’0”/214

Hometown: Middlebury, CT

College: New England College

Employer: Self

Favorite NHL Team: Whalers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Mountain

First car you owned: Mustang 5.0

Silver Anniversary

First job: Dock Boy

Seon O’Neill/Defense/#72

Height/weight: 6’2”/210

Hometown: Buffalo, NY

College: Cortland

Employer:

Associated General Contractors of America

Favorite NHL Team: Buffalo Sabres

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: GOGD

First car you owned: Chevy S-10

First job: Bartender

Mark Peterson/Defense/#9

Height/weight: 6’3”/225

Hometown: Hutchinson, MN

College: University of North Dakota

Employer: American Institute of CPAs

Favorite NHL Team: Minnesota North Stars

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: Clash

First car you owned: Toyota Corolla

First job: Projectionist/Doorman at the State

Theater

Brian Regan/Goalie/#1

Height/weight: 6’0”/180

Hometown: Fairfax, VA

College: University of Delaware

Employer: PCIA--The Wireless Infrastructure

Association

Favorite NHL Team: Caps

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Talking Heads

First car you owned: Jeep Grand Cherokee

covered in Phish stickers

First job: Short order cook at a public golf course

Andrew Sasinowski/Goalie

Height/weight: 6’0”/210

Hometown: Brighton, Michigan

College: University of Michigan

Employer: United States Patent and

Trademark Office

Favorite NHL Team: Detroit Red Wings

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: David Bowie

First car you owned: 1992 Ford Escort

First job: Cashier

Kraig Siracuse/Left Wing/#20

Height/weight: 6’0”/210

Hometown: Rochester, NY

College: George Washington

Employer: Park Strategies

Favorite NHL Team: Caps

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: The Who

First car you owned: (Still own) ‘91 Jeep

Wrangler

First job: Senator Alfonse D’Arnato

Seth Webb/Defense/#22

Height/weight: 5’8”/175

Hometown: Marblehead, MA

College: Muskingum College

Employer: Google, Inc.

Favorite NHL Team: Boston Bruins

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s: The Doors

First car you owned: A jeep

First job: Mowing lawns

Ian Weston/Team Medic, Trainer/#99

Height/weight: 5’7”/165

Hometown: Long Island, NY

College: Syracuse University

Employer: Children’s National Medical Center

Favorite NHL Team: Da’ NY Rangers

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Captain and Tennille

First car you owned: Little Tikes Cozy Coupe

First job: Legislative Assistant for U.S. Congressman

John Sweeney (NY-20)


Congratulations

to Neal Henderson

Founder,

Fort DuPont Ice Hockey Club,

Washington, D.C.,

for receiving the 2010 Bridgestone Mark Messier Youth

Leadership Award, created to recognize youth hockey players

or mentors for their leadership and contributions to youth sports

or education.

Your leadership in youth hockey and your dedication to

community service have been an inspiration to us all.


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The Fort Dupont

Ice Hockey Club

and Arena!

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Team Volunteers

Lesley Elliott/Volunteer-in-Chief & Keeping These

Boys in Line/#1

Height/weight: 5’2”/yeah right.

Hometown: Lexington, KY

College: Vanderbilt University

Employer: C2 GROUP

Favorite NHL Team: Washington Capitals

Favorite Band from the 70’s or 80’s:

Led Zeppelin and The Cars

First car you owned: 1976 Merecedes 450 SEL

First job: LC for Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

A very special thank you to Betty Dean with

the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club for all of her

help with tonight’s event!

Another very special thanks to C2 GROUP’s

own Kalyn Casanova who volunteered

countless hours to make the CHC a success!

Thank you to Justin Mein for use of his

photographs in our collage!


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