Sami Jo Small is a Canadian former ice hockey goaltender. As a member of the Canadian national team, she was a three-time Olympic medalist and four-time World Championship medalist.
Natalie Marie Spooner OLY is a Canadian ice hockey player for the now defunct Toronto Furies, who played for the Canadian National women’s ice hockey team from 2007 to 2008, and rejoined the program in 2010.
McGill started his NHL career with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1981–82 after he was selected 26th overall by the Leafs in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft.
He also played for the Chicago Black Hawks, San Jose Sharks, Detroit Red Wings, New York Islanders, and Hartford Whalers. He retired from the NHL after the 1993–94 season.
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Zigomanis played nine years of professional hockey, including stints with the Carolina Hurricanes, St. Louis Blues, Phoenix Coyotes, Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh, helping the Penguins win the Stanley Cup in 2008-09. Overall, he tallied 21 goals and 19 assists for 40 points in 197 NHL games.
During that time, the Toronto native also suited up for the Lowell Lock Monsters, Peoria Rivermen, San Antonio Rampage and Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League (AHL), racking up 155 goals and 287 assists for 442 points in 574 career games. Zigomanis won the Yanick Dupre AHL Man of the Year award for community service in 2012-13.
A native of Toronto, Ontario, May was claimed 14th overall by the Buffalo Sabres at the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. A member of Canada’s 1991 Gold Medal World Junior Team, May showed plenty of spunk as a rookie with the Sabres in 1991-92 with eleven goals and 309 penalty minutes. In 1992-93, May’s defensive work improved and he scored the overtime winner in the first round playoff match up that eliminated the Boston Bruins.
After parts of seven seasons in Buffalo, May was traded to the Vancouver Canucks in February 1998 and was a steady hardnosed player for them over the next two and a half seasons. In June 2000, he was acquired by the Phoenix Coyotes to add grit to their fast skating team. May also played for the Colorado Avalanche before being dealt to the Anaheim Ducks, the trade proved to be a blessing in disguise as his physical presence led the Ducks to their first Stanley Cup championship in 2007.