Uptown Hockey’s President, Todd Reynolds, enjoyed a career in hockey as a goaltender at the CHL and NCAA levels before going on to play professionally. It was Todd’s own experience at both the major junior and College levels that provided him with the unique perspective to advise players faced with similar career path decisions and to prepare clients for the excitement and challenges of their hockey career.
It was Todd’s experience at both the major junior and College levels that provided him with the unique perspective...
A native of Peterborough, Ontario, Mike grew up playing minor hockey with the Minor Petes of the OMHA. The Sudbury Wolves of the OHL selected Mike in the 2nd round in 1997. In the 1998 NHL Entry Draft, Mike was selected in the 2nd round (44th overall) by the Ottawa Senators where he would grow into a leadership role as assistant captain. Mike played in Ottawa until February, 2011, when he was traded to the Nashville Predators. Mike was the winner of the 2012 NHL Foundation Player Award, given to the player who applies the core values of hockey — commitment, perseverance and teamwork — to enrich the lives of people in his community.
FROM PLAYER TO PLAYER AGENT
In 1996, after finishing his career in professional hockey, Todd became a licensed player agent with the NHLPA. Todd quickly established himself as a valuable asset to players looking to make their mark at the professional level.
Todd was able to develop a reputation as a first class individual amongst people in hockey, and his efforts led him to represent some of the best young talent in North America. Early successes representing former Ottawa Senators teammates Mike Fisher and Chris Neil cemented his reputation for partnering with hard-working, character players at the elite level.
Todd was able to develop a reputation as a first class individual amongst people in hockey, and his efforts led him to represent some of the best young talent in North America...