Rob Concannon

last updated 4/3/2018

Rob Concannon

President at South Carolina Stingrays

3300 W. Montague Ave. Suite A-200, North Charleston, South Carolina, United States
HQ Phone:
(843) 744-2248

General Information


Chairperson - Race

Chief Executive Officer - Trident Health


Sociology , Salem Sate College


Honorary Chairman - Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Honorary Race Chairperson - 18th Annual Susan G. Komen Lowcountry Race for the Cure

Recent News  

Stingrays Thankful for Three-Year Affiliation with NHL's Boston Bruins | South Carolina Stingrays

"We enjoyed working with General Manager Don Sweeney and the Boston Bruins organization over the last three seasons," said Stingrays President Rob Concannon.

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Front Office | South Carolina Stingrays

Rob Concannon- President and Alternate Governor
Rob Concannon enters his eighth season as the President of the South Carolina Stingrays. Born and raised in Dorchester, MA just outside of Boston, Concannon played for the Stingrays from 1995 to 2000, was a member of the 1997 Kelly Cup Championship team and was inducted into the Stingrays Hall of Fame in 2004. He retired from hockey with the sixth most games played in Stingrays history (330) and was sixth in all-time Stingrays points with 231 (111g, 120a). Prior to turning pro, Concannon was a Division III All-American in 1995 with Salem State College. In addition to the Stingrays, Concannon skated for the Saint John Flames and St. John Maple Leafs of the American Hockey League (AHL) and the Idaho Steelheads and Greenville Grrrowl of the ECHL during his eight-year professional hockey career. In 2011, Concannon was named as honorary chairman for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Rob is very active in the Charleston community and likes to exercise in his free time. Concannon has called Charleston home for the last 20 years and lives downtown with his wife Keri and their twins, John Robert and Ella Loraine.

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South Carolina Stingrays president Rob Concannon said the ECHL requires all teams to have defibrillators on site for every game.
"I think it was a wake-up call for all the leagues around the country, NHL, AHL, ECHL, the college level and for USA Hockey," Concannon said.

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