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Joe Juneau: Scoring Goals in Life

Former college, pro, Olympic hockey player gives back through sport

Biography

Joe Juneau
Philanthropist; retired National Hockey League player

Hometown: Pont-Rouge, Quebec

Current city: Quebec City

School: Bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1991

Sport: Ice hockey

Fun fact: Juneau played for six teams in 13 seasons in the NHL.

 

Joe Juneau is one of the NCAA’s 2016 Silver Anniversary Award winners in honor of being a distinguished former student-athlete 25 years removed from the end of his college playing career. Click here to read more about Juneau’s path to success before, during and after his time as a college athlete at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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