PHIL MYRE (pronounced MEERE)
Phil Myre played 14 seasons as a goaltender in the National Hockey League with various teams including the Montreal Canadiens, Atlanta Flames, St-Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers, Colorado Rockies and Buffalo Sabres. He was on a Stanley Cup winning team with Montreal. The Atlanta Flames selected him first in their NHL expansion draft where he played for 6 seasons. He played a pivotal role as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers in setting an all-time sports record of 35 game unbeaten streak.
Following his playing career, Myre made a smooth transition into coaching and scouting. He served as Assistant Coach, Goaltending Coach, and Scout with the Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Redwings, Chicago Blackhawks, Ottawa Senators and Florida Panthers. He served as an assistant coach for Canada in the World Championships and earned a Bronze Medal. His encouraging spirit, focused discipline, and keen eye for talent have made him a well-respected name throughout the National Hockey League.
Phil is still active as a consultant and private coach. He speaks at events, organizations and corporations. As a speaker, he candidly relates his professional career to everyday life, recounting locker room anecdotes and sharing the challenges of a professional athlete.
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Phil and his wife Nicole reside in the Detroit, Michigan area.