Edge Sports Management
About Edge Sports Management

George M. Bazos | Jordan S. Neumann | Kenneth J. Robinson

We have over 30 years of experience, and have negotiated over $200,000,000 in contracts. We have represented NHL All-Stars, league MVP's, Rookies of the Year, Conn Smythe Trophy winners, and numerous first round picks. We have had extensive experience and success in advising players to enhance their draft status, and have secured top contracts for undrafted free agents. We have negotiated "salary cap" contracts for drafted and undrafted entry level players; been very successful in salary arbitration; have procured excellent contracts for NHL free agents, and have negotiated some of the largest contracts in the history of the NHL. The contract that we negotiated for Dan Boyle was the largest total contract ever received by a defensemen ($40,000,000 over 6 years). We also negotiated the longest contract (10 years) in the history of the Los Angeles Kings for Jonathan Quick. This contract was also one of the all-time largest contracts ($58,000,000) ever received by a goaltender.

We do not have "recruiters" that work for us. We are directly involved with the player and his family every step of the way. At Edge Sports Management, your agent will be with you from the beginning of your career to the end, and you will not be handed off from the recruiter to the agent as many other firms do. We realize and embrace the fact that our responsibilities to our clients go far beyond simply negotiating a contract. We are there to help our players and their families at every stage of their lives, and in any situation that they may need assistance.


George M. Bazos
George M. BazosGeorge has been negotiating contracts and representing professional athletes since 1990. He became a certified player agent that year, after working as an on field instructor with the New York Yankees at the Major League Level.

George graduated from Tufts University in 1987, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree while majoring in Economics. After graduating, George was hired by PaineWebber Inc. (now UBS Financial Services), one of the largest investment firms in the world, where he studied and earned multiple investment and insurance licenses. George has gained certification with both the National Hockey League Players Association and the Major League Baseball Players Association.

George has become one of the most recognized and accomplished agents in the industry. He has successfully represented players within all aspects of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. George has spoken at many conferences and has written columns on various topics covering amateur and professional hockey.

George resides in Pound Ridge, New York, with his wife and three children.


Jordan S. Neumann
Jordan NeumannJordan has been negotiating contracts and representing professional hockey players since 1996, the year he received certification with the National Hockey League Players Association. Prior to representing athletes, Jordan worked in various capacities for the New Jersey Devils at the National Hockey League level. Jordan also worked at the collegiate level for the University of Massachusetts Men's Hockey team.

Jordan graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Sports Management. Jordan then attended Hofstra University School of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 1998. Jordan is a member of the New York State Bar Association.

Jordan has guest lectured on sports management at a number of law schools in North America. He has also been highlighted by various media outlets, discussing pressing issues in the world of hockey.

Jordan currently lives in Pound Ridge, New York with his wife and two children.


Kenneth J. Robinson
Kenneth J. RobinsonKen has been recognized professionally for his knowledge in the field of immigration law and business law, having represented some of the largest companies and academic institutions in the U.S. in their employment-immigration matters - working with senior executives and professional athletes and performers. Since 2006, Ken has represented a number of professional hockey players (in Europe and in the U.S) on a variety of legal matters. As a lawyer, he has served as general counsel to U.S.-based entrepreneurial businesses and has assisted foreign investors with negotiating contracts and business agreements facilitating foreign investment into the U.S.

In 1994, Ken graduated with honors from Miami University (Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs), and in 1998 he obtained his law degree from The Ohio State University (Moritz College of Law) with a certificate in International Trade and Development. He is fluent in French.

Ken resides in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and three children.

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