Ray “Scampy” Scapinello set untouchable records for games worked by an official in his 33 years as a linesman in the National Hockey League, including 2,500 regular season contests and 426 playoff games. His work ethic and dedication to the game earned him trips to an astounding twenty Stanley Cup final series. Since retiring from the NHL in 2004, Scapinello has been working as a supervisor for the Ontario Hockey League and the Central Hockey League in the US. Born and raised in Guelph, Ontario, he has lived in the same neighborhood for 50 years, where he and his wife Maureen raised their son, Ryan. Ray recently established the Ray Scapinello Foundation to help Guelph area students pay for college.
Rob Simpson is the host of a weekly TV series for the Boston Bruins and is the game-night off-ice reporter for all Bruins games on the New England Sports Network (NESN). For four seasons he produced and hosted Maple Leaf America on Leafs TV in Toronto. Simpson has penned articles for the Hockey News, and for Oahu This Week. From 1997 to 2003, Rob was the play-by-play voice on radio and television in the WCHL and ECHL, and was director of broadcasting for Diamond Sports in Boise, Idaho. Rob has taken the road less traveled during a twenty-year broadcasting career, including calling horse races in Michigan, commercial voice work in Australia, and being a TV weatherman in Hawaii. He currently lives in Boston and with his family in Hockessin, Delaware.