Tim oversees all operational and on-ice programming aspects of Lovell Arena and all athlete recruiting and athletic development aspects of Lovell Academy. He played hockey at Norwood High School and was recruited to play at the University of Maine (1994-95 All Hockey East, 1995-96 All New England, 1995 USA Team, 1996 USA Team). Tim graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst after playing the 1997-98 season for the Minutemen. He spent the next 4 years playing professional hockey, retired in 2002 and founded Lovell’s Hockey Schools that same year. Over the past 20 years, Tim has grown Lovell Hockey into one of the largest amateur hockey programs in North America. As President of that company, he manages 30 employees and runs 100+ hockey teams for players ranging from ages 5-20. Over 11,000 families have children participating in his programming, which includes teams, skill development sessions, clinics, lessons, tournaments, and a wide variety of summer camps. Lovell’s five club programs are strategically based around Massachusetts and include Boston Advantage (Hingham), the New England Knights (Raynham), the 95 Giants (Attleboro), the East Coast Leafs (Hopedale) and the Middlesex Icemen (East Boston). In addition to running the company, Tim actively coaches and is on the ice 12 months a year developing players at all levels and in every type of Lovell program he offers. Tim’s oldest son, Timothy, is currently a defenseman for Arizona State, his son George is a forward on Lovell Academy’s boys’ U15 team, and his daughter Annabelle is a defenseman on Lovell Academy’s girls’ U14 team.