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General Manager

  Pat is entering his 12th season with the IceRays (WPHL, CHL, NAHL).  Throughout the years in Corpus Christi, Dunn has held several positions with the team including player, head coach, assistant coach, and general manager. 

Pat was also was the head coach and general manager for the New Mexico Scorpions.  For two years, Pat was the vice president of the Norfolk Admirals in the American Hockey League (NHL Affiliate: Chicago Blackhawks). 

In his playing career, Pat was signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent.  He played three years minor/pro hockey in the United States, and thirteen years in Europe.  Pat was a member of the 1992 French Olympic Hockey Team, and also played in six World Championships. 

Pat is heavily involved with the “Pink in the Rink” to benefit the American Cancer Society local chapter. 

He is the son of a former Vancouver Canucks trainer.  Pat, his daughter Sarah-Ashley, and wife Isabelle reside in Corpus Christi, TX. 



Office Manager

Amanda joined the IceRays front office back in 2008 while in the Central Hockey League.  Prior to joining the IceRays, she worked with the American Bank Center the previous four years.

With the IceRays, Amanda brings a wide range of experience in ticketing, accounting, and administration in the office. In her time while working with the IceRays she was awarded Central Hockey League Employee of the Month in 2009.

Amanda currently lives in Corpus Christi



Account Executive

Cassidy began as an intern with the Corpus Christi IceRays for one year.  That year, he was a game operations intern where he assisted in game operations and directing game day events.  After being an intern, Cassidy assumed a full-time position with the IceRays.  Now, he participates in many aspects of the IceRays front office such as community relations, account executive positions, and sales. 

Cassidy has gained a lot of experience in the sports industry, specifically in Corpus Christi while overcoming many challenges in life.  He has a disability called Cerebral Palsy, and was a participant in the Special Olympics.  In the Olympics, Cassidy competed in swimming, track & field, and bowling.  He placed in all of these events and received medals, which still hang in his room today. 

He also has been in the "Who's Who among all American Scholars".

Cassidy currently attends Texas A&M Corpus Christi



Broadcaster/Media Relations


Collin enters his first season as Director of Broadcasting/Media Relations for the IceRays.  Thegraduate from Ithaca College in upstate New York served as the Media Relations/Broadcast Intern for the Binghamton Senators in the American Hockey League during the 2012-2013 season.  During television and radio broadcasts, Collin also filled in as color commentator. 

Schuck got his professional debut behind the microphone calling several AHL games last season on the radio. 

On top of that, the 23 year old was the Public Address Announcer for Ithaca College Football and Sky Blue FC (National Women's Soccer League).  He broadcast games for the 2014 NCAA Softball National Championships and 2014 US Youth Soccer National Championships.   

He is from Erial, NJ and currently resides in Corpus Christi, TX.



Community Relations

 Rudy in entering his fifth season as a member of the IceRays front office.  Rudy studied at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. 

During his time at St. Mary’s, he was a member of the NAIA basketball and soccer teams.  With the IceRays, Rudy works with ticket sales, promotions, along with birthday parties. 

Away from the office, Rudy volunteers for several youth organizations through the city. 

In his time with the IceRays, Rudy is excited to learn more about hockey and developing better business ties within the community.  Rudy currently lives in Corpus Christi, TX.



Corporate Sales/Game Ops

Jim Carl returns to the sales side of the IceRays front office for his 7th season, and 5th full time.  The former CHL employee of the month in 2009 grew up in Minnesota but has been in Texas for ten years! 

Other than the IceRays, Jim was a Minnesota North Stars before they moved.  Now, he cheers on the Minnesota Wild. 

In his free time, Jim likes to spend time with his kids Andrew (18) and daughter Alyson (13), along with his wife Maryann.