Olivier Fortier 2019-04-18T12:53:36+00:00

Olivier Fortier


Player Advisor/Player Development


Olivier is a former professional hockey player who joined Momentum as a family advisor and member of its Player Development Team. He was a 2007 NHL 3rd round pick (65th overall) of the Montreal Canadiens and played four years with the Hamilton Bulldogs in the American Hockey League.

Olivier served as Captain of the Rimouski Oceanic when they hosted the Memorial Cup Tournament, was a two-time member of Team QMJHL during the Subway Super Series and won the Guy Carbonneau Trophy as the Best Defensive Forward in the League. He won a gold medal with Team Quebec at the World U-17 Hockey Challenge and with Canada’s U-18 Team at the Junior World Cup in the Czech Republic. In 2008, he received the Oceanic’s “Player’s Distinction Award” as the best student-player on the team and was Rimouski’s candidate for the Marcel-Robert Trophy, awarded annually to the Scholastic Player of the Year, one of the most prestigious awards in the QMJHL.

Since retiring from professional hockey, Olivier earned his Law Degree from Laval University and successfully completed the Quebec Bar Exam. He previously practiced law at Fasken in Quebec City.

Olivier’s experience and knowledge allows him to provide exceptional advice to our prospects and their families while also ensuring that the development of each of Momentum’s elite athletes is maximized.