Riley Cote

Name: Riley “Riles” Cote
Sport /Position: NHL, left winger
Length of Career: 4
Team: Philadelphia Flyers
Career Highlights: 2002–03: Ray Miron President's Cup Memphis RiverKings, 2004–05: Calder Cup Philadelphia Phantoms; 2006–07: Man of the Year, Philadelphia Phantoms, 2007–08: Pelle Lindbergh Memorial, Philadelphia Flyers

Riley Cote is a former professional ice hockey left winger who played four National Hockey League (NHL) seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers and was mainly known as an enforcer. Upon retiring from the Philadelphia Flyers Riley founded the Hemp Heals Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization that promotes cannabis/hemp as a viable renewable resource, that can help increase the quality lives of all people. Cote is a co-founder of Athletes For Care, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating a community where athletes can find support, opportunity, and purpose in life after a career in sports. Cote has launched a product line – BodyChek Wellness, a line of hemp-based personal care products whose mission is to optimize everyday performance and challenge individuals to rethink the healing process. The line reinforces Cote’s passion to help individuals discover safe nontoxic methods for pain management and self-healing.


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