NHL Legend and Sports Speaker
He was named as a first team All-Star five times and a second team All-Star three times in his career and won the MVP in the 1982 All-Star game. In international play, Bossy represented his Canada in the 1981 and 1984 Canada Cup tournaments. In 1984, he scored the winning goal in sudden death of the semi-final game that eliminated the Soviets and led Team Canada to their second championship.
In 1991, Bossy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame the first time he was up for induction. His number, 22, will never be worn by another New York Islander, as it was retired by the organization in the same year.
A Hall of Famer, fluent in English and French, Mike has many years experience in media, public relations, motivational speaking, marketing and business development in several industries including manufacturing, financial services and technology. Mike is a respected, well known business spokesperson across North America.
Bossy draws on sport and business experiences to stress the need for commitment, teamwork, and fair play to achieve superior success in both business and sports. Speaking from a personal record of high achievement, Mike offers informed and entertaining presentations on what it takes today to create a winning competitive strategy.
Mike Bossys most popular topic:
Lessons in Teamwork and Perseverance from a Hockey Legend
You don’t win four consecutive Stanley Cups, Rookie of the Year, and Playoff MVP without learning a few things about teamwork and perseverance. Mike Bossy shares stories and lessons from a stellar ten-year career, which culminated with his induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Mike Bossys clients include GM Canada, Taylor-Made, Humpty-Dumpty Foods; hi-tech firms such as HoneyBee, Openface; Avaya, Cygnal, Telus, Siebel and Packeteer.