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Seth Baylis, the creator of “hockeytonky,” is from Birmingham, Alabama, and is currently a student at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, pursuing a BSBA in Accountancy. He played two seasons for Auburn’s ACHA DIII club team scoring 3 goals and 3 assists in 26 games.

Seth learned his love of hockey from his grandfather who grew up in Boston, Massachusetts, and later retired in Biloxi, Mississippi. There he took Seth to many ECHL and SPHL games during the 2000s. Seth started playing in 8th grade and his love for the game grew from there. He created @hockeytonky on Instagram on October 27, 2012, and his following has grown since. Seth works to be an ambassador for hockey that is rapidly growing in the southern region of the United States of America. In his free time, Seth loves to spend time in Nashville at Predators’ games and hopes to move to Nashville following his graduation.