NHL Hall of Famer
Career Highlights: Seven-time NHL All-Star Mike Modano is the league’s all-time leader in both goal scoring and points amongst American-born players. Regarded as one of the best American-born players in NHL history, Modano was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2014. He played the first 20 years of his career for the Minnesota/Dallas Stars organization and his final season in 2011 with the Detroit Red Wings. Modano played in three Stanley Cup Finals and won the prestigious Stanley Cup in 1999 with the Stars, putting together consecutive seasons of more than 20 playoff points in 1999 and 2000 (also played in 1991 and 2000). Along with his prestigious NHL records for goals and points, Modano holds most of the offensive Dallas Stars franchise records, including career points, career goals, career assists, and career games played. His playoff record is just as impressive, as he holds the records for most playoff points, goals, assists and most playoff games played. Throughout his career, Modano has been a finalist for numerous awards including the Calder Memorial Trophy (1990), the Frank J. Selke Trophy (2001), and the Lady Byng Trophy (2003).