Anthony LeBlanc, Founding Partner
Anthony LeBlanc has been a sales and marketing executive for the past 25 years. After starting his professional career in New Brunswick, Anthony worked as Vice President of Global Sales at Research In Motion (now BlackBerry) between 2000 and 2008. In August of 2013, LeBlanc and partners purchased the Phoenix Coyotes from the National Hockey League. In September of that year, he was named the franchises President, Chief Executive Officer and Alternate Governor. In 2017, the group sold its remaining interest in the Coyotes. He graduated from Lakehead University in 1993 with a Bachelors degree in Political Science. Born in Northern Quebec and raised in Northwestern Ontario, Anthony currently resides in Ottawa, however has significant Maritime roots.
Bruce Bowser, Founding Partner
President and C.E.O. AMJ Campbell Van Lines, Bruce Bowser joined AMJ as Managing Partner and Vice President in 1992. Bruce has served on several Boards, including the National Club, Atlas Canada, The National Ballet School of Canada, Hope Air, The Credit Valley Hospital Foundation, Canada Company (supporting the children and families of fallen Canadian soldiers), Mississauga Board of Trade, Georgetown Hospital Foundation Board, Past President of the Teen Ranch Foundation, and Halifax/Dartmouth YMCA. Bruce received his education at St. Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. He is an avid sports fan, golfer and hockey player.
Gary Drummond, Founding Partner
Gary Drummond was a founding partner of IceArizona, the investment group that was formed to purchase the Arizona Coyotes in August of 2013. Gary was appointed Director of Hockey Operations in September 2013 and in May 2016 was appointed President of Hockey Operations. He served until he and his original IceArizona partners sold the franchise in June 2017. Prior to his time with the Coyotes, he practiced corporate and commercial law in the Province of Saskatchewan. He has been a member of the Saskatchewan Law Society since May 1974. He holds a BA degree in Economics, as well as a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan.