YOUNGSTOWN, OH—The Youngstown Phantoms are pleased to introduce Andrew Goldman as the new President. Mr. Goldman brings a love for the game of hockey, a wealth of business experience and a strong commitment to northeastern Ohio as he joins the Youngstown Phantoms. As President of the club, Mr. Goldman will place an emphasis on community engagement and expanding the in-game experience for fans with cutting edge promotions, entertainment and family-friendly opportunities.
"We are thrilled to have Andrew join our team," said Co-Owner Murry Gunty. "Andrew brings deep connections to Northeastern Ohio coupled with a passion for the game of hockey that we think will help the Phantoms thrive going forward."
Previously Mr. Goldman served as the Managing Director of Cormony Development and has spent the last several years as the Project Manager of the Hercules Development Project, an adaptive reuse project in Canton, Ohio, that has recently added 125,000 square feet of multi-family residential to the city. Mr. Goldman worked closely with both government and community leaders on the project and brings his valuable collaborative experience to Youngstown where he looks forward to working with the local community.
“I am excited about the opportunity to join the Youngstown Phantoms, to continue the success on the ice led by Head Coach Brad Patterson and General Manager Jason Koehler.” Said new Phantoms President Andrew Goldman. “I am looking forward to working with Murry Gunty and Bruce Zoldan to create a connection with the community and to expand the atmosphere and in-game experience in the arena.”
Mr. Goldman has also been extremely active in the youth hockey community. He has coached several youth hockey teams since 2008 and considers hockey to be one of his strongest passions.
Please welcome Mr. Goldman, his wife, Catherine, and two sons, Ethan (14) and Oliver (9), to the Phantoms family.