Pro Hockey Players

Simplifying Wealth for Professional Hockey Players

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Have You Considered...

  • When to start investing?
  • What to invest in?
  • The amount of tax you are paying?
  • The possibility of financial independence?

How To Get Started



Discover who we are and how we help. Quick and painless introductory meeting



A continuation of our first conservation, we find out what your goals and concerns are.



Taking into account your goals and concerns we create a financial strategy that fits your needs



After reviewing the strategies together, we start implementing them so these strategies can start working for you



The world is ever-changing. With our team of experts, we monitor your portfolio, keeping it up to date to reflect these changes

Personal Wealth Management Services

We provide the following services for each of the following categories.

Tax Planning

Investment Management

Risk Management

Risk Management

Cash Flow Management

Major Purchase

Major Purchase Advising

Estate Planning

The Pro Hockey Players Guide

Specifically for Pro Hockey Players looking for advice to take steps towards achieving financial independence

About Adam

Manitoba Bisons

We’re big believers in the old saying: Love what you do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.

I love hockey, but I didn’t make a living playing the game. Tailoring my financial advising practice toward pro hockey players has allowed me to stay involved in the game in a way I would never have imagined ten years ago.

When I’m not helping my players achieve their financial goals, you can find me spending time at the lake with friends & family, on a golf course, or enjoying a cold beer while watching the Jets play.


Golden Retriever, Rosco

Non-Hockey Sport:

Golf in the summer, Curling in the winter (I know, high adrenaline)


Folk & Acoustic, Rock, Country


The Investor's Podcast Network & Spittin Chiclets

“I think the big thing is you really have one chance to do this…
to play hockey for a living, you have one chance at your career,

you have to take full advantage of it.”

– Patrick Kane