Mike Yeo

Head Coach St Louis Blues, Stanley Cup Champion

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Currently the head coach for the St. Louis Blues, Mike also served as the head coach of the Minnesota Wild from 2011 to 2016. Yeo grew up in North Bay, Ontario. He had been an assistant coach for the Pittsburgh Penguins and head coach of the American Hockey League's Houston Aeros.

Mike Yeo joined the Blues and an associate coach on June 13, 2016 and was named Head Coach on February 1, 2017. He recently spent five seasons as Head Coach with the Minnesota Wild, recording 173-132-44 record along with three postseason appearances. Yeo also won a Stanley Cup as an assistant with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009.

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Bring the excitement of the NHL and the cache of a NHL celebrity to your events, golf tournaments or corporate dinners by having Mike Yeo act as your host, emcee or engage in a meet and greet.  As a local native to Scarborough, Ontario, his ties to his community, success in the big leagues and his compelling, personal stories make Mike Yeo a great speaker, as well.

 

Hockey Stories - Life in the NHL

What’s it really like to run a professional NHL team?  Look behind the boards to hear tales from the bench, locker room and about the players themselves.  This unique insight will provide you with lessons on goal setting, the winning edge sprinkled with humor and stories that you won’t hear anywhere else!

 

Leadership

What does it take to win a Stanley Cup?  Success in the NHL parallels success in business.  Learn from the greatest sports leaders today on how they lead their business and, as importantly, deal with setbacks to refocus on meeting their end goals. 

 

Motivating Millennials

One of the hottest debates today is “How do you motivate Millennials to drive your business forward?”  Hear from one of the best NHL Coaches, who take a different group of Millennials each year and motivate them to the reach their highest performance both individually and as a team.