Former NHL All-Star Center
Career Highlights: Nine-time NHL All-Star center Jeremy Roenick was known for always finding time to give back to his fans. Roenick, who combined a physical style of play with great speed and passing skills, finished his illustrious 20-year career with 513 goals, 703 assists in 1,363 games. Only the third American-born player to score 500 goals, Roenick was inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010. Throughout his career, he played for Chicago (1988-96), Phoenix (1996-2000 and 2006), Philadelphia (2001-04), Los Angeles (2005), and San Jose (2007-09). On January 10, 2008, Roenick’s 503rd goal vs. Vancouver placed him second on the list of all-time American born NHL goal scorers (trailing only Mike Modano). Drafted by Chicago in 1988, Roenick was the first Blackhawk ever to reach the 100-point mark in three consecutive seasons. His 13 game-winning goals in 1991-92 broke Bobby Hull’s single-season record of 11. Roenick established a rookie record for points in the playoffs when he picked up 18 in 1990 and was named The Sporting News NHL Rookie of the Year that year. Roenick also represented his country playing for the U.S. Men’s Olympic Team in 1998 and 2002, winning a silver medal at the Salt Lake Games.