Dave Starman
College Hockey Analyst

Dave Starman joined CBS Sports Network in 2003 as a college hockey game analyst. Starman, a long-time coach and instructor at nearly every level of hockey, became the youngest head coach in Central Hockey League history in 2000 when, at age 31, he took over the Memphis River Kings. After leaving professional hockey, Starman guided the New York Junior Bobcats of the Atlantic Junior Hockey League and was also the Associate Coach of the New York Apple Core that plays in the Eastern Junior Hockey League. Starman played two years in goal for University of Hartford and had a handful of appearances in minor league games as a backup goaltender during the 1990’s.  

In addition to his duties with CBS Sports Net, Starman has also been the game analyst for the past three World Junior Championships and is part of the USA Hockey Coaching Education program, holding a masters level certification. At the NHL level, Starman has been a hockey analyst for WFAN in New York and was a game analyst on the New York Islanders radio network in the mid 1990's.