Sami Jo Small grew up on the outdoor hockey rinks of Winnipeg, MB. Her passion for the game was honed in the boys’ minor hockey system. As the only girl she was forced each and every day to prove that she belonged through hard work and determination. She dreamt, like her teammates, of someday playing in the NHL, but also dreamt of someday stepping on to the podium at the Olympic Games.
After a 12 year NHL career playing for the Thrashers, Penguins, Maple Leafs and Canadiens, Colby turned his on-ice success into a career in broadcasting. Colby’s lends his vast knowledge of the game and infectious personality as an analyst in Canada for Sportsnet’s NHL coverage and in Pittsburgh for AT&T Sportsnet
Born in Toronto to Jamaican-Canadian parents, Tracy Moore was raised in quintessential suburbia, where she had the sort of childhood you would expect of a suburban girl in Richmond Hill. Early aspirations of performance had her twirling baton at the young age of four before tackling cheerleading in high school and being crowned Richmond Hill’s Carnival Queen in the ninth grade.
Tony Quinn can best be described as a renaissance entertainer. He is one of the very few who can accomplish all that he does – alone on stage. Best known for his innovative and unique style of musical comedy, his customized performances have made Tony a favourite at conferences, conventions and after dinner speaking events. His fast paced comedy and music, impersonations and musical treats, together with his quick wit and improvisation, have made audiences laugh for over twenty years.
Taylor Kaye is a national TV and Radio Personality and lifestyle expert. She was on the Steven and Chris show which aired on CBC and around the world on other networks for 9 years.
Taylor also appeared as the weekend entertainment reporter on City TV while working at KiSS 92.5. Currently, you can hear her live in Toronto on 104.5 CHUM FM and online on Youtube.