Team up with NHL Alumni in the fight against Alzheimer's disease November 13–15, 2015
2015 NHL Alumni

Please check back frequently as more NHL Alumni confirm for the 2015 tournament.

Mike Pelyk
Mike Pelyk
Regular Seasons:
Games 441
Goals 26
Assists 88
Points 114
Playoffs:
Games 40
Goals 0
Assist 3
Points 3
Played for:
Toronto Maple Leafs
Honours:
He was the 17th overall pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1964, and would go onto play 9 seasons for the franchise
In 1973-1974 he led all Maple Leaf Defensemen in scoring
His quickness as a skater made him into an all around defenseman
Dennis Hull
Dennis Hull
Regular Seasons:
Games 959
Goals 303
Assists 351
Points 654
Playoffs:
Games 104
Goals 33
Assist 34
Points 67
Played for:
Chicago Black Hawks
Detroit Red Wings
Honours:
Older brother is Bobby Hull and they were teammates on the Chicago Black Hawks for eight seasons
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974)
He has written a book entitled "The Third Best Hull" (ECW Press) which contains entertaining and often hilarious memoirs of his hockey career
Guy Lafleur
Guy Lafleur
Regular Seasons:
Games 1127
Goals 560
Assists 793
Points 1353
Playoffs:
Games 128
Goals 58
Assist 76
Points 134
Played for:
Montreal Canadiens
New York Rangers
Quebec Nordiques
Honours:
* Please note that Guy Lafleur is a special guest for the tournament but is not participating on the ice.
Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988
Inducted into Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1996
Won the Art Ross Trophy in 1976, 1977, 1978
Won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1977
Won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 1977, 1978 (player deemed most valuable to his team)
Won the Lester B. Pearson Award in 1976, 1977, 1978
Canadiens all-time lead scorer, notching 1,246 points (518 goals and 728 assists) in his 14 years with "The Habs"
Won 5 Stanley Cups with the Candiens in the 1970's
Kyle Wellwood
Kyle Wellwood
Regular Seasons:
Games 489
Goals 92
Assists 143
Points 235
Playoffs:
Games 40
Goals 4
Assist 16
Points 20
Played for:
Toronto Maple Leafs
Vancouver Canucks
San Jose Sharks
Winnipeg Jets
Honours:
Silver medal (Team Canada) – 2003 World Junior Championships
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (OHL leading scorer) – 2001
Owen Nolan
Owen Nolan
Regular Seasons:
Games 1200
Goals 422
Assists 463
Points 885
Playoffs:
Games 65
Goals 21
Assist 18
Points 39
Played for:
Quebec Nordiques
Colorado Avalanche
San Jose Sharks
Toronto Maple Leafs
Phoenix Coyotes
Calgary Flames
Minnesota Wild
Honours:
Drafted 1st overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft.
Helped Team Canada win the gold medal at the World Championships in 1997.
In the summer of 2001, Nolan was one of eight players named to Canada's Winter Olympic Hockey Team. At Salt Lake City, he earned three assists in Canada's successful campaign in capturing the gold medal.
Kirk McLean
Kirk McLean
Regular Seasons:
Games 612
Wins 245
Losses
Ties 72
Playoffs:
Games 68
Wins 34
Losses 34
Points
Played for:
New Jersey Devils
Vancouver Canucks
Carolina Hurricanes
Florida Panthers
New York Rangers
Honours:
Named to the NHL's Second All-Star Team in 1992, a season where he led the NHL in wins with 38, and shutouts, with five.
In 1993-94, he led the Canucks to the Stanley Cup finals, but Vancouver was beaten by the New York Rangers in a memorable seven-game series.
Seasons: 18
Lanny McDonald
Lanny McDonald
Regular Seasons:
Games 1111
Goals 500
Assists 506
Points 1006
Playoffs:
Games 117
Goals 44
Assist 40
Points 84
Played for:
Toronto Maple Leafs
Colorado Rockies
Calgary Flames
Honours:
Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame in 1992
Played over 1000 NHL games
Toronto's first choice, 4th overall, in the 1973 NHL Amateur Draft
In 1983 he was awarded the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy for his "perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey."
In 1988 he won King Clancy Memorial Trophy awarded to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and who has made a significant humanitarian contribution to his community.
1988–89 - NHL - Stanley Cup Champion (Calgary)
Todd Simpson
Todd Simpson
Regular Seasons:
Games 580
Goals 14
Assists 63
Points 77
Playoffs:
Games 9
Goals 0
Assist 2
Points 2
Played for:
Calgary Flames
Florida Panthers
Phoenix Coyotes
Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Ottawa Senators
Chicago Blackhawks
Montreal Canadiens
Honours:
Represented Canada at the 1997 World Championships
Flames team captain from 1997–99
Seasons: 10
Dana Murzyn
Dana Murzyn
Regular Seasons:
Games 838
Goals 52
Assists 152
Points 204
Playoffs:
Games 82
Goals 9
Assist 10
Points 19
Played for:
Hartford Whalers
Calgary Flames
Vancouver Canucks
Honours:
NHL All-Rookie Team (1986)
Won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 1989
Won the Babe Pratt Trophy (Canucks' best defenceman) in 1993
Mark Lofthouse
Mark Lofthouse
Regular Seasons:
Games 181
Goals 42
Assists 38
Points 80
Playoffs:
Games
Goals
Assist
Points
Played for:
Detroit Red Wings
Washington Capitals
Honours:
Memorial Cup All-Star Team (1977)
Seasons: 6
Greg ‘Gus’ Adams
Greg ‘Gus’ Adams
Regular Seasons:
Games 1056
Goals 355
Assists 388
Points 743
Playoffs:
Games 81
Goals 20
Assist 22
Points 42
Played for:
New Jersey Devils
Vancouver Canucks
Dallas Stars
Phoenix Coyotes
Honours:
During the 1994 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Adams scored a goal in what many Canucks fans believe to be one of the greatest moments in team history. In Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Adams scored the game-winning goal in overtime, catapulting the team to their second-ever Stanley Cup Final berth.
Alex Auld
Alex Auld
Regular Seasons:
Games 237
Wins 91
Losses
Ties 2
Playoffs:
Games 4
Wins 1
Losses 2
Points
Played for:
Vancouver Canucks
Florida Panthers
Phoenix Coyotes
Boston Bruins
Dallas Stars
New York Rangers
Montreal Canadiens
Ottawa Senators
Honours:
Cyclone Taylor Trophy (Vancouver Canucks MVP) - 2006
Molson Cup (Vancouver Canucks three-star selection leader) – 2006
Dave Babych
Dave Babych
Regular Seasons:
Games 1195
Goals 142
Assists 581
Points 723
Playoffs:
Games 114
Goals 21
Assist 41
Points 62
Played for:
Winnipeg Jets
Hartford Whalers
Vancouver Canucks
Philadelphia Flyers
Los Angeles Kings
Honours:
WHL First All-Star Team (1980)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1983, 1984)
Seasons: 22 NHL Seasons
Doug Bodger
Doug Bodger
Regular Seasons:
Games 1071
Goals 106
Assists 422
Points 528
Playoffs:
Games 47
Goals 6
Assist 18
Points 24
Played for:
Pittsburgh Penguins
Buffalo Sabres
San Jose Sharks
New Jersey Devils
Los Angeles Kings
Vancouver Canucks
Honours:
1996: World Championships (silver medal)
Inducted into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006
Seasons: 19 NHL Seasons
Garth Butcher
Garth Butcher
Regular Seasons:
Games 897
Goals 48
Assists 158
Points 206
Playoffs:
Games 50
Goals 6
Assist 5
Points 11
Played for:
Vancouver Canucks
St. Louis Blues
Quebec Nordiques
Toronto Maple Leafs
Honours:
1982: World Junior Championships (gold medal)
Seasons: 15 NHL Seasons
Mike Krushelnyski
Mike Krushelnyski
Regular Seasons:
Games 897
Goals 241
Assists 328
Points 569
Playoffs:
Games 139
Goals 29
Assist 43
Points 72
Played for:
Boston Bruins
Edmonton Oilers
Los Angeles Kings
Toronto Maple Leafs
Detroit Red Wings
Honours:
1984–85 - NHL - Stanley Cup (Edmonton Oilers)
1986–87 - NHL - Stanley Cup (Edmonton Oilers)
1987–88 - NHL - Stanley Cup (Edmonton Oilers)
1997-98 - NHL - Stanley Cup (Detroit Red Wings) (Assistant Coach)
Seasons: 15 NHL Seasons
Jyrki Lumme
Jyrki Lumme
Regular Seasons:
Games 985
Goals 114
Assists 354
Points 468
Playoffs:
Games 105
Goals 9
Assist 35
Points 44
Played for:
Montreal Canadiens
Vancouver Canucks
Phoenix Coyotes
Dallas Stars
Toronto Maple Leafs
Honours:
Captured Finland’s first ever hockey medal in the 1988 Olympic’s in Calgary- a Silver Medal
Captured a bronze medal in the 1998 Olympic games in Nagano
Seasons: 17 NHL Seasons
Marty McSorley
Marty McSorley
Regular Seasons:
Games 961
Goals 108
Assists 251
Points 359
Playoffs:
Games 115
Goals 10
Assist 19
Points 29
Played for:
Pittsburgh Penguins
Edmonton Oilers
Los Angeles Kings
New York Rangers
San Jose Sharks
Boston Bruins
Honours:
1986–87 - NHL - Stanley Cup (Edmonton Oilers)
1987–88 - NHL - Stanley Cup (Edmonton Oilers)
1990–91 - NHL Plus-Minus Award
Seasons: 19 NHL Seasons
Garry Monahan
Garry Monahan
Regular Seasons:
Games 748
Goals 116
Assists 116
Points 285
Playoffs:
Games 22
Goals 3
Assist 1
Points 4
Played for:
Montreal Canadiens
Detroit Red Wings
Los Angeles Kings
Toronto Maple Leafs
Vancouver Canucks
Honours:
First #1 pick in the history of the NHL in 1963
Seasons: 14 NHL Seasons
Mark Napier
Mark Napier
Regular Seasons:
Games 767
Goals 235
Assists 306
Points 541
Playoffs:
Games 82
Goals 18
Assist 24
Points 42
Played for:
Montreal Canadiens
Minnesota North Stars
Edmonton Oilers
Buffalo Sabres
Honours:
1979 Stanley Cup Champion - Montreal Canadiens
1985 Stanley Cup Champion - Edmonton Oilers
Seasons: 14 NHL Seasons
Gary Nylund
Gary Nylund
Regular Seasons:
Games 608
Goals 32
Assists 139
Points 171
Playoffs:
Games 24
Goals 0
Assist 6
Points 6
Played for:
Toronto Maple Leafs
Chicago Blackhawks
New York Islanders
Honours:
WHL First All-Star Team (1982)
Memorial Cup All-Star Team (1982)
Seasons: 12 NHl Seasons
Cliff Ronning
Cliff Ronning
Regular Seasons:
Games 1137
Goals 306
Assists 563
Points 869
Playoffs:
Games 126
Goals 29
Assist 57
Points 86
Played for:
St. Louis Blues
Vancouver Canucks
Phoenix Coyotes
Nashville Predators
Los Angeles Kings
Minnesota Wild
New York Islanders
Honours:
WHL Rookie of the Year (1984)
WHL West First All-Star Team (1985)
WHL Player of the Year (1985)
Seasons: 21 NHL Seasons