Bill Clement

Category: All Stars & MVPs, Coaches, NHL
Fee Range: $10,000 – $20,000

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Bill Clement is a former National Hockey League player who used his career as a springboard for his future success. He is a critically-acclaimed jack of all trades having been categorized as an author, speaker, actor, entrepreneur and broadcaster. Before his remarkable rebranding and longstanding career as a broadcaster, Bill was a successful hockey player who played for the Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals and Atlanta Flames. After being selected as the 18th overall pick in the 1970 NHL Draft, Bill would win 2 Stanley Cup titles during his tenure with the Flyers and was traded to the Capitals after 4 seasons with the team. He would finish his career with the Atlanta Flames and retired after the 1982 season. He appeared in 2 All-Star Games in 1976 and 1978 during his career and was respected as a leader in the locker room.

After his playing days were over, Sports Speaker Bill began color commentating hockey for ESPN and a host of other networks and would eventually branch out to cover several different sports during his time commentating for NBC at 5 Olympic Winter and Summer Games. For almost a decade both Bill and fellow broadcaster Gary Thorne have lent their voice to the broadcasting booth of the NHL video games produced by EA Sports. In other mainstream entertainment Bill had a role on ABC’s successful daytime drama All My Children and participated in countless TV commercial campaigns for companies like Bud Light and Chevrolet.

The business side of Bill has created a series of keynote speeches about leadership and how to develop a champion’s mindset for sales based on his book Every Day Leadership: Crossing Gorges on Tightropes to Success. He also makes appearances and motivational speeches at charity events while donating a percentage of all his proceeds to various charitable organizations through his Bill Clement Foundation.