Today’s guest is no stranger to the game of hockey. In the year 1991 he approached the Toronto Maples Leafs about an innovative idea. The idea was to track key game events such as face-offs won or lost, blocked shots, giveaways and more. The Leafs liked the idea and it wasn’t long before the NHL adopted the idea which is now known as NHL Real Time Scoring.
Paul is also a writer for The Hockey Writer’s website (see link below) and
Part of his work for the Society led him and colleagues Jim Amodeo and Greg Oliver to an interview with the oldest living Toronto Maple Leaf – Wally Stanowski (you can see the video interviews below).