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Management Team

Meet the Team


Martin St. Louis


Mr. St. Louis played over 1,000 games in the NHL and scored over 1,000 points.  Over the course his career, he won almost all of the NHL’s individual awards, including being the oldest player in NHL history to win the Art Ross Trophy as the league’s leading scorer.  His team accomplishments are almost unparalleled and include a Stanley Cup, an Olympic gold medal, and a World Cup of Hockey championship.  Prior to his professional career, St. Louis played collegiate hockey at the University of Vermont where he finished as UVM’s all team leading scorer and received a bachelor’s of science degree in Community Development and Applied Economics.  His jersey was retired by the University of Vermont and upon his retirement from the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning.  Mr. St. Louis intends to apply the same tenacity and work ethic that made him one of the best players of his era to the operations of Seven7.

Jeff Hamilton


Mr. Hamilton graduated from the Avon Old Farms School and Yale University where he remains the all-time leading scorer for the Men’s hockey team.  After leaving Yale, Jeff played professional hockey for ten years, including seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks, Carolina Hurricanes and the Toronto Maple Leafs, and won the Bronze Medal as a member of the U.S. National team at the World Championships in 2004.  Since retiring from professional hockey, Jeff has become involved in a number of different businesses while maintaining his connection to hockey.  He is a director with Greenwich Realty Capital, where he is currently developing one of the largest multi-use high rises in the world; and is involved in business development and client relations with RJT Energy, the largest energy aggregator in Connecticut.  Jeff founded the Connecticut Junior Rangers in 2014 and transformed it into one of the most successful hockey clubs in North America.  He is also the owner of the Hamden Hockey House as well as a consultant to various Chinese hockey entities.


Keith McCullough


Mr. McCullough is the Founder and CEO of Hedgeye Risk Management, the world’s largest independent Wall Street research firm. Prior to the founding of Hedgeye, Mr. McCullough, a native of Thunder Bay, Ontario, had a long and successful career as a portfolio manager in the hedge fund industry, which culminated in him being the youngest partner at the Carlyle Group’s Blue Wave fund.  Prior to that he managed money at Dawson-Herman Capital Management, Falconhenge Partners, a fund he started, and Magnetar Capital.  McCullough is a graduate of Yale University, where he was captain of the varsity hockey team, with a B.A. in economics.  Mr. McCullough is also a co-owner of the Arizona Coyotes of the National Hockey League.

Michael Blum


Mr. Blum is the President at Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC, where he oversees the firm’s legal, compliance, finance, operations and HR functions. Prior to founding Hedgeye, he served as the Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Falconhenge Partners. Before working on Wall Street, Blum spent seven years in Silicon Valley, including as an executive with PayPal, where he initially served as a Country Manager, Germany and eventually oversaw the firm’s payments business in South East Asia.  Mr. Blum received his B.A. degree in Economics and International Studies with honors from Yale University.



Daryl Jones

Head of the Investment Committee

Mr. Jones is the Director of Research at Hedgeye Risk management where he oversees a 40 person research team that covers all major sectors of the global economy. At Seven7, Mr. Jones leads the firm’s research and operational diligence efforts.  In addition to his role at Seven7, he is a member of the Executive Committee at Hedgeye Risk Management and has held similar roles at J.P. Morgan, Onex Corporation and HIG Capital.  Jones has a MBA from Columbia University and a BA from Yale University, where he played varsity hockey.  He is currently a board member of FarmLead, Sauce Hockey and the Yale Hockey Association.  Mr. Jones is also a co-owner of the Arizona Coyotes of the National Hockey League.