Paul A. Martineau
McGill University

Dr. Martineau is an Associate Professor at McGill University. He is the Head of Upper Extremity Surgery in the Division of Orthopaedics, as well as the Director of Sports Medicine Research.

He is currently the co-director of the Regenerative Orthopaedics and Innovation Lab and his areas of clinical interest include: arthroscopic surgery of the knee and of the upper extremity, upper extremity surgery, orthopaedic sports medicine and multiligament injuries.

His research program is focused on novel approaches for improving musculoskeletal health and spans from developing diagnostic imaging strategies, surgical innovation and implant design, as well as a focus on osteoimmunology.

Liam Maguire
The world’s number one NHL historian and trivia expert.

“There is nobody on the planet who knows more history, anecdotes, statistics and trivia on the NHL than Liam Maguire.” –Yvan Cournoyer, former captain of the Montreal Canadiens, ten time Stanley Cup winner, HOF.

Liam is a four time published author with his books being trivia based with history and anecdotes on the NHL, more comprehensive and detailed than any other publication ever published. This is in keeping with Liam’s ability to add to the ‘rest of the story’ regarding great NHL players, moments and games.

Liam worked in the radio industry for more than 30 years hosting or co-hosting five shows since 1994 and appearing as a guest on hundreds of others throughout North America since 1981. He has worked countless events coast-to-coast in Canada and the United States with 65 Hall of Fame players including Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr, Gordie Howe, Rocket Richard, Jean Beliveau, Guy Lafleur, Mike Bossy, Denis Potvin and many others.  

He has appeared on numerous national radio and TV shows including Hockey Night in Canada, Sportsnet, TSN’s Off the Record and radio shows in every province of Canada plus numerous States.

Liam has two children including a son who he coached in minor hockey for twelve years. He’s an ardent supporter of the Canadian military, local law enforcement and our first responders.