Alfred-Pellan

Angelo Esposito

Angelo Esposito is a former professional hockey player and a first round draft pick from the National Hockey League. He has had the opportunity to represent Team Canada on several occasions, including scoring the winning goal of the gold medal game at the 2009 World Junior Championships. Other noteworthy achievements include his victory at the 2006 Memorial Cup tournament with the Quebec Remparts. After completing his junior career, Angelo has played in several countries, including the United States, Finland, Austria, Italy and the Czech Republic. Recognizing his achievements, the Hockey Hall of Fame is now displaying his gloves and stick.

In 2017, he became an entrepreneur, while continuing to get involved in the community

After retiring from hockey, Angelo became a real estate investor. It was by managing his properties that Angelo really understood the difficulties Canadian families face in making ends meet. He also continues his involvement with young hockey players as a player development specialist. It is this motivation to help people that saw him join the Conservative Party of Canada, where he believes he will be able to make a difference for his community.

In politics with the Conservative Party of Canada

Angelo grew up in a traditional Italian family in Montreal where he learned the value of community. Recognized as a passionate, hardworking, enthusiastic and motivated person, Angelo will now devote his time and energy to helping the citizens of Alfred-Pellan in every way possible. The skills he has acquired during his hockey career, such as communication, decision-making and teamwork, will help him in his new role.

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Date Nominated: 4/11/2019