Former Ice Hockey Player, Known as "The Golden Jet"
Former Professional Hockey Player & Stanley Cup Champion
Hall of Famer and former Boston Bruins forward; Current President of Boston Bruins; Founded the Cam Neeely Foundation
for Cancer Care
Head Coach for the Columbus Blue Jackets of the NHL
Guy Damien Lafleur, the Flower, had a 17-year NHL career spanning two decades, from 1971 until 1991.
After a stellar junior career with the Cornwall Royals, Doug Gilmour began his professional career with the St. Louis Blues in 1983.
His two-way abilities were the perfect complement for his hard, accurate shooting and scoring proficiency.
Ken Hitchcock began his coaching career during the 1984-85 season where he was coach of the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League.
One of the true "money" goalies of the 1990s, Curtis Joseph developed into an NHL star while guarding the net of the St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs.
As the son of the "Golden Jet" Bobby Hull, the younger Brett came into the game with the disadvantage of having the pressure that a famous name can bring, pressure that he has shrugged off easily.
Chris Chelios was born on January 25, 1962 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Darryl Sutter is one of seven Sutter brothers, six of whom made the NHL (Brent, Brian, Darryl, Duane, Rich and Ron).
Eddie Belfour is a goalie for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Gold Medal Olympian; Inspiration for Disney Film "Miracle;" Entrepreneur, Sales & Marketing Executive
Former NHL Goalie, NHL Coach, Suicide Survivor & Mental Health Advocate
Head Coach of the Boston Bruins, Former NHL Player
Raymond (Ray) Bourque was born on December 28, 1960 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
As a teenaged power forward playing minor hockey, Lindros became nationally famous both for his scoring feats and his ability to physically dominate players up to six years older than him.
Florida Panthers Right Wing