To retire before the age of 40 is a dream for many professionals. But for a professional athlete, working until then is a sign of lengthy career. By the time most athletes retire from their sport, they still have a lot of opportunity to pursue other professional paths off the ice, field or court.

Today Marty Turco, the current President of the Dallas Stars Foundation and Special Assistant to the President, joined host Tyler Kern for this week’s episode of MarketScale Mornings.

Turco, a former NHL All-Star goaltender, spoke with Kern about the changing landscape of the business side of hockey, what it’s like to be a former athlete in a corporate role and the increasing importance of philanthropy in the league.

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