Dan Crockett is known as "CROCKO" to literally hundreds of hockey players in New England area and beyond. He started his career in 1966 driving Cadillac style ambulances, when all you needed was a "Red Cross" first aid card and a heavy right foot. He started his own ambulance service in 1969. When the national curriculum for EMT's was approved he took the third such course taught in Massachusetts. Latter he became the First Aid, CPR, AED instructor, an Intermediate EMT, a State BLS and ALS instructor and examiner. After closing the ambulance service, he started his career in sports medicine. He worked for Stonehill College hockey team and New England College Development League. When the Eastern Junior Hockey League started NECDL entered a team (NECDL Classics) with Crocko serving as the EMT and won the EJHL Championship. NECDL and the Classics produced several NHL and AHL players, most treated by him when an injury occurred. The Classics franchise was sold (and became the Walpole Stars) Dan moved to the Bridgewater Bandits and stayed for six seasons. He continued work for NECDL, and several other high school teams and leagues. When Bridgewater State College started a team they turned to Crocko as their EMT. In 2001 the Bay State Breakers had a change in staff and Dan joined the team. Dan has been involved with almost every EJHL All-Star game and has been with every travel All-Star team the league sent out of New England.
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