Chiefs Banquet Monday April 11, News (Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs)

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Chiefs Banquet Monday April 11
Submitted By FGAndrews on Thursday, March 31, 2016
Reminder of the Annual Chiefs Banquet Monday April 11th at 6pm.

Location is the IBEW Local Union Hall at 6688 Tempo Road, London Ontario  (401 and Colonel Talbot).

For information regarding the guest speakers, please click read more.


Todd Reynolds: Certified NHLPA agent and President of Uptown Sports Management. Todd is a lawyer and also played professionally as a goaltender. He currently represents Mike Fisher- Nashville Predators, Chris Neil- Ottawa Senators, Zac Rinaldo- Boston Bruins, among many other professional an amateur players in the NCCA, OHL etc. Todd is very knowledgable regarding contracts and the value an agent can have on a players career and when it makes sense to employ an agent. 

 

Brad Staubitz: Brad played 230+ games in the NHL, for Montreal, San Jose and  Minnesota. Brad is a native of Sarnia Ontario and played in the OHL for the Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds. He is currently involved with the Sarnia Sting in the OHL. He would like to speak to the audience about his career path and some on and off ice tips for success. He will make himself accessible to the families throughout the year if need be as well.  

 

Brett Nicholson: Brett is a graduate of the Alliance AAA program with the London Jr. Knights, a draft pick of the Oshawa Generals in the OHL and a former Western Jr. B player with the Strathroy Rockets and the Chatham Maroons. Currently Brett is the Founder and President of Senatus Wealth, an independent wealth management consulting firm with a focus on creating and preserving wealth for investors, business owners, professionals, and professional athletes (Hockey, Football, MMA) in Canada, the US and Europe. Brett has knowledge regarding the various paths to becoming a professional hockey player as well as the NCAA eligibility regulations as it pertains to an young hockey player deciding whether to play in the OHL, NAHL, USHL and/or the NCAA. 

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