The Mack Report delivers up to date, breaking and relevant sporting news from Merrimack College athletics.
The Mack Report was founded in 2006 by Eagle Tribune Merrimack writer Mike McMahon as a blog, then titled Warrior Rink Rat, to provide coverage of the Warriors’ Division I hockey program in conjunction with coverage provided in the newspaper.
Since then, it has evolved its own entity, and while still providing conjunction coverage with Mike’s work in The Eagle Tribune, is a standalone news source covering Merrimack College athletics and Hockey East.
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Mike McMahon – Managing Editor – Mike has been covering college hockey since the 2005-06 season, and has been covering Merrimack College for The Eagle Tribune since the 2006-07 season. Along with working for The Eagle Tribune, Mike is a senior writer at College Hockey News and has also covered the UFC for many print and online outlets.
Mike Machnik – Warrior Hockey Podcasts – Mike has been covering college hockey since 198 and has also broadcasting Division I hockey on radio and television since the early 1990s, receiving a regional award from the Associated Press for mid-market radio coverage and another award from the Associated Press for television coverage in 2008. In 1989 he started the first ever Internet resource devoted to the sport, HOCKEY-L, and followed that in 1996 by helping to start the first web site for college hockey, USCHO.com. In 2011, he was honored with the prestigious Joe Concannon Hockey East Media Award. He has broadcast NCAA regional and Frozen Four games in the late 1990s and hosted Frozen Four pregame shows in 2001 and 2002.
Mark Bilotta – Analytics– When he’s not contributing data to The Mack Report, Mark can be found in rinks around New England as a writer for OverTheBoards.net, as well as working with Qlik, a company that specializes in data visualization.
A special thanks to Merrimack Director of Athletic Communications Chris Aliano and Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Mike Sullivan for their assistance in coordinating our coverage throughout the season.