Paul Maurice

The Head Coach of the Winnipeg Jets, Paul Maurice brings a unique perspective to any speaking engagement through his 14 seasons coaching in the NHL.

He was drafted in the 1985 NHL entry draft but Maurice had his career cut short due to an eye injury, and began his coaching career as an assistant with the Jr. Red Wings shortly thereafter.

Bruce Boudreau

In the past 44 years, Bruce Bourdreau has played for 17 teams and coached 10. He is also a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Through his unparalleled hockey career he has amassed an encyclopedia of stories. As a teenager, the Marlies’ trainer dubbed Boudreau “Gabby,” a nickname he has to this day. His passion for hockey and the people in the game oozes with his every breath. Skilled in leadership and determination he delivers his message sprinkled with stories and highlights that are sure to delight any crowd.

Joel Quenneville

Joel Quenneville is the longest-tenured coach in the NHL and the second-winningest of all time. As one of only two men in the history of the NHL to have played in 800 or more games and coached 1,000 or more games, Joel Quenneville is an NHL legend. Currently in his 10th season with the Blackhawks he coached them to three Stanley Cup titles since 2010.

Mike Babcock

Mike Babcock is the Head Coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs and former head coach of the Detroit Red Wings. Considered one of the most successful coaches in professional hockey history, he is the only coach ever to win a Stanley Cup, Olympic Gold Medal and World Championship title. Babcock combines his exceptional insight into leadership, teamwork and goal setting with unique stories from playing hockey in the minors in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to coaching NHL greats.