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Greg Millen

Hockey Analyst and former NHL Goaltender

Millen – a former NHL goaltender – has worked as an analyst for Hockey Night in Canada for 18 seasons, the past 9 as the lead game analyst for the Toronto Maple Leafs on Sportsnet and Leaf TV. He has a keen interest in the field of leadership and has a Masters of Leadership from the College of Management and Economics, University of Guelph.

Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

Presentations

Leadership
Greg will weave his audience through the knowledge researchers have discovered on the subject of leadership, communicating it through his experiences gained from professional sports and network broadcasting. Are you a leader? Does everyone possess the ability to lead? What are the secrets to developing a solid leadership foundation? These are just some of the topics Greg will address in this innovative, entertaining presentation.

Summary Profile

Enthusiasm, an insider’s knowledge and a great ability to communicate are the qualities that best describe Greg Millen, who just completed his 21st season National Hockey League broadcaster.

His broadcasting accomplishments include covering 3 Olympic games, 2 World Cups of Hockey, 12 Stanley Cup finals and 12 NHL All-Star games.

Greg brings informative and unique insights to each broadcast he’s involved in. Appearing in more than 600 regular season games throughout his 14-year NHL career, Greg was 215-284-89 with a Goals Against Average of 3.87 and 17 shutouts. In the playoffs, he was 27-29 with a GAA of 3.42. He donned the jerseys of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Hartford Whalers, St. Louis Blues, Quebec Nordiques, Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings and represented Canada at the World Championships in Finland in 1982. After Greg’s playing career he worked three seasons as a goaltending coach for the Dallas Stars.

Greg has a keen interest in the field of leadership. He has a Masters of Leadership from the College of Management and Economics, University of Guelph. Born in Toronto, he now resides in Peterborough, ON with his wife and four children.