Jeff Ulmer is Hockey’s Most Traveled Player.
Jeff attended Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in his hometown of Wilcox, Saskatchewan, where he also played football, baseball and track and field, while maintaining a place on the honour roll. Jeff received a hockey scholarship from the University of North Dakota and graduated with honours in 1999 with a Kinesiology major, a Coaching Minor and a Business Minor. His team would also capture the 1997 NCAA Championship for College Hockey. Having recently completed his 19th season of professional hockey, he has played in every top league in the World, including the NHL, AHL, KHL and SHL on 24 teams in 13 countries.
Also Hockey’s current Iron Man, he has played over 850 of his 1100+ professional hockey games in a row, without injury or illness. He is sharing his personal experiences and some important tips from his life in hockey to help others do the same, while continuing his playing career at a high level.