Dr. Kevin Rafferty
Southern California STIGA Table Hockey League (SCSTHL)

Over a seven year career as a sports broadcaster covering both major and minor league baseball (Los Angeles Angels and Redwood Pioneers), plus college and high school football, basketball, baseball, and ice hockey, Rafferty is a true fan of many sports. It was during this time he gained an understanding and appreciation of sports that few understand. "Within the competition of sport, everyone has the opportunity to learn; as an individual, part of a team, and a member of our world." One of Rafferty's favorite hobbies is playing table hockey.

Since then, Rafferty has served as Principal at the elementary and middle school levels for the majority of his 32-year career in education, He has effectively utilized his love of sports to help educate youth. By using the team approach to goal achievement, Rafferty has built teams of educators within his schools, each bringing a unique strength to the team.

Founding his free table hockey club in 2006, Rafferty continues to bring his love of sports, hockey, and the lessons to be learned to all who wish to play. The table hockey club is the largest in North America.

Ever since the franchise joined the NHL in 1993, Rafferty is a fixture at Anaheim Ducks games! Since 2006, thanks to Rafferty and partnership with the Anaheim Ducks, fans enjoy playing table hockey before select games at Honda Center. You can play table hockey during the two hours prior to all Anaheim Ducks Sunday home games at the Anaheim Ducks Hockey Spot at Honda Center.

Rafferty is also a table hockey partner with the San Diego Gulls, the Anaheim Ducks minor league affiliate at Pechanga Arena in San Diego. Join us at the Fan Zone for two-hours of free table hockey game-play prior to select San Diego Gulls home games. See the Anaheim Ducks of the future playing now with the San Diego Gulls in the American Hockey League (AHL).

Come play table hockey at our club's regular home, too, Strategic Kids, Laguna Hills.


We don't stop playing because we grow old;

We grow old because we stop playing.