About Frank Provenzano


NHL Experience

Vancouver Canucks

Scouting Co-ordinator

Developed ‘Stanley’ – Canucks’ 1st scouting database & management interface

Washington Capitals

Assistant General Manager

Stanley Cup Finalists – 1998

Dallas Stars

Assistant General Manager

Western Conference Finalists – 2008

Media Experience



Frank has appeared on numerous media outlets, bringing his expansive “Inside the War Room” point of view to a wide range of sports topics, teams and players. By combining his experience in management, his interest in analytics, and his passion for emerging technology and innovation, Frank brings a unique voice to the sports conversation.

Speaking Engagements

Topics of interest that Frank has spoken on:
  • Analytics and Competitive Advantage
  • Managing Contracts & Rosters in a Salary Cap World
  • Emerging Trends in Player Evaluation
  • Sports Management Career Advice
Frank is an accomplished public speaker who combines a wealth of sports management experience with a passion for analytics, emerging technology and innovation to bring a unique perspective to both the lecture hall and the conference stage. He has been a guest lecturer at numerous colleges and universities and has been a panelist at the prestigious MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.

In addition to his public speaking, Frank is excited to be launching FPro U in 2018, which will be an online webinar series designed to give insight and advice to those people thinking of a career in the sports business. FPro U will give people the practical knowledge they need to know from someone who actually sat on the inside of a pro sports organization for over 17 years.

Guest Lecturer


SMU Department of Applied Physiology & Sport Management

University of Michigan | School of Sport Management



MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference


In 2014, Frank founded FANSeye Sports, which combines his unique background in sports management, analytics and sports media. FANSeye is a both a player evaluation and a fan engagement platform designed specifically for the sports conversation and was officially launched in time for the start of the 2015 NFL season. FANSeye was re-developed and run as a beta version during the 2016-17 NHL season and is currently in continued product development.

Frank has taken his experience building the FANSeye platform and combined it with his team-based business background to serve as a consultant in both the sports and technology space, and he has served as a consultant on several initiatives targeting the sports market. Frank has served as a business development and subject matter expert in projects involving analytics, broadcast technology and blockchain solutions for both US and internationally-based companies.

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