Prior to coming on board with the Railers HC, Myers spent all 9 seasons with the AHL Worcester Sharks as Senior Director of Business and Community Development. Myers made a significant impact in Central Massachusetts over that time overseeing an award winning community relations department while also becoming a fixture in Worcester County’s business landscape. Prior to his work with the Sharks, Myers owned and operated Myers Mask Design in Worcester. He built a reputation as one of the country’s top mask designers over 11 years, having designed and painted masks for NHL greats such as former Conn Smythe winners Cam Ward and Bill Ranford, and NHL All-Stars Olaf Kolzig, Jonathan Quick and Dwaye Roloson. Myers painted a mask for Josh Harding of the Minnesota Wild that was voted “Mask of the Decade” by Sports Illustrated (SI.com) in 2010.
Myers continues to actively serve on the boards of several non-profits throughout the area including: The Nativity School of Worcester, Devereux of Rutland and Rainbow Child Development Center of Worcester.
A varsity hockey goalie and lacrosse player at Assumption College from 1989-1993, Myers served as lacrosse team captain during his junior and senior years. The four-year letterman received hockey’s Specialty Award in 1990 and Most Improved player honors in 1993. After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree as a double major in Psychology/Spanish and a minor in Art, Myers attended training camp for the Hampton Roads Admirals (ECHL) in 1993 and South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) in 1994.
The Assumption graduate returned to his alma mater, serving as the Greyhounds’ hockey assistant coach from 1999 through 2005. As a USA Hockey Level 3 Coach, Myers has spent the last 10 years coaching over 17 youth hockey teams in the Junior Sharks Organization. He is currently the Head coach of the 2005 AAA Elite and Assistant coach of the 2002 AAA Elite and Mite II teams.
Myers resides in Worcester with his wife Ann and three sons: Matthew (14), Damon (11) and John (6).