by David Littman - August 19, 2008 1:31 PM UTC
The former NHL goalie and current EA video game producer discusses the bumps in the road to becoming a pro goalkeeper.
I grew up in Oceanside, Long Island and we lived about 15 minutes from Nassau Coliseum. When the Islanders started up in 1972, my father bought season tickets for the family and I fell in love with hockey immediately.
by David Littman - June 24, 2008 12:44 PM UTC
The former NHL goalie and current EA video game producer explains how to best put yourself in a position to reach the NHL.
The 2008 NHL draft was this past weekend. The best of times for a lucky few young hockey players...The worst of times for the rest. Every young hockey player dreams of being drafted and playing in the NHL, so how do you maximize the chances for that to happen? Let's start at the beginning.
by David Littman - May 22, 2008 1:33 PM UTC
The former NHL goalie and current EA video game producer talks about life in the minors and the tribulations of getting to the bigs.
Sure, life as a pro hockey player is fun and exciting. What could be better than getting paid to do what you love? It’s not always all it’s cracked up to be, though, and certainly not always as glamorous.
by David Littman - April 29, 2008 1:05 PM UTC
The former NHL goalie and current EA video game producer introduces himself and talks about overcoming the odds to make the NHL.
Hi, my name is David Littman. You may have heard of me from my brief stint in the NHL, or from when I played in the AHL and the IHL. You may currently know me as the producer of the EA Sports NHL series.