Rob Beer

FCC Digital Content Manager

Rob Beer is the digital content manager for Forum Communications and is the editor of The Rink Live.

A 1993 graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead, he began working for Forum Communications Co. in 1991. He also assists with other content and projects produced by the company.

He has served in a variety of roles with The Forum and Forum Communications, including graphic artist, reporter, copy editor, assistant sports editor, presentation editor and manager of Forum News Service. Early in his career, he was a sports writer for The Journal in New Ulm, Minn., and the sports editor for the Huron (S.D.) Plainsman.

Languages: English

The team and league revealed Friday the sale of the Lumberjacks to Peter Herms, who played for Muskegon in 1985-86 when it was a part of the International Hockey League.
Rochester be the eighth member of the NAHL's East Division and the 30th team in the league.
Mike Hamilton departs as the team’s winningest head coach, amassing 140 regular-season victories.
Pohlkamp, a Bemidji State commit from nearby Baxter, Minnesota, had a hat trick in the RoughRiders' 6-2 win at Dubuque on Saturday.
Swanson is on a seven-game point streak with 15 points in that span.
Silye, a junior forward, had a 10-point month, including a five-goal weekend to start November
During the past decade, Aaron Westendorf previously worked for several hockey organizations, including USA Hockey, the USHL and the Texas Stars in Austin.
The apologetic statement followed a firestorm of attention that began Monday, Nov. 21 when Jagger Joshua, a Michigan State forward, said he was targeted with multiple racial slurs during a game.
"It's a terrible situation to be a part of. But his goal is to put it out there so people can learn from it and hope it doesn't happen again," said Dakota Joshua, a Vancouver Canucks forward.
Ten days after an Ohio State player was assessed a game misconduct for an alleged racial slur during a game versus Michigan State, the Spartans forward called for action by the Big Ten to combat