Promoted to vice president of player personnel and director of amateur scouting in July 2014, Trevor Timmins is entering his 13th season with the Montreal Canadiens. He oversees the Canadiens’ amateur scouting system, including the annual NHL Entry Draft and amateur free-agent recruitment. Trevor also supervises the Club’s amateur scouting staff, comprised of 14 amateur scouts covering Canada, the United States and Europe. Trevor also oversees the annual NHL combine, as well as the Canadiens’ own combine, a pre-draft player evaluation process which takes place at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard every summer. Timmins is in his 23rd season in the NHL. He worked with the Ottawa Senators from 1992 through the 2001-02 season. From 1999 to 2002, he was the team’s director of hockey operations. He was responsible for the scouting department, the minor league affiliate, budgeting, and the daily operation of the hockey department. He has also held the positions of scouting coordinator, strength and conditioning coach and director of team services with the Senators. Timmins is a graduate of Queen’s University in Physical Education. He also completed a Master of Business Administration (Queen’s) and earned a Master’s degree in Sports Administration at the University of Ottawa. He was born on January 5, 1968, in Almonte, Ontario.
Position: VICE PRESIDENT OF PLAYER PERSONNEL AND DIRECTOR
OF AMATEUR SCOUTING