Professional Hockey Agents Listing ???
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- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Part of the NHLPA's mandate is to ensure that a player receives appropriate representation from his agent in all matters pertaining to the player's career. As a safeguard, the NHLPA has put in place an Agent Certification Program that governs the standards of professional conduct and education that an agent must continually attain. Without certification by the NHLPA, an individual cannot become a player representative.
Currently there are over 150 agents representing players in the NHL.
The first step to becoming a player representative involves completion of the "Application for Certification as an NHLPA Player Agent."
It is a thorough questionnaire that probes in great detail the applicant's background - both professional and educational.
Requests for applications must be made in writing, by fax (416-313-2301) or by mail to:
National Hockey League Players' Association
Agent Certification Application Request
20 Bay Street, Suite 1700
Burke Jr., Richard (Taylor)
Cammerzell, III, Frederick
Colton, Jerrold D.
Fee, John (Jay)
Gorman, III, Hugh
Pinder, Jr., Herb
Schatia, Q.C., David
Svoboda, Petr (ag)
Svoboda, Petr (agpl)
Zito, Jr., WilliamSource(s): http://nhlpa.com/Agents/
- 1 decade ago
Go to www.nhlpa.com and click on the left heading "Certified Agents". Those are all the agents that are certified by the NHL who have clients around the globe and in every league. Hope that helps.