From the time he was a child, Windsor, Ontario-born Kevin Shea was taught to “do what you love and love what you do.” Clearly, he took those words to heart. After university, his passions led him to a career in radio, working in Montreal, Ottawa, Windsor and North Bay. A 17-year career in the music industry followed, where Shea oversaw promotions and publicity at BMG, Warners, Universal and Attic Records. After the latter was sold, Kevin moved into the hockey world, and was a senior manager at the Hockey Hall of Fame for several years. Today, he is the Director of Public Relations at The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, is the Hockey Hall of Fame’s principal writer, teaches hockey history at Toronto’s Seneca College and is in the process of writing his 13th and 14th books, all hockey-related. Kevin Shea lives in Toronto with his understanding partner and their two cats.