About Scott Stevens

Age: 52 (Born April 1, 1964)

Family: Wife Donna; children Kaitlin, Kara and Ryan.

NHL career: Played 22 seasons (1982-2005) with Washington, St. Louis and New Jersey. Captained New Jersey to Stanley Cup titles in 1995, 2000 (won Conn Smythe Trophy) and 2003. Had 196 goals, 712 assists, 908 points and 2,785 penalty minutes, and was a plus-393 in 1,635 career games (second most among defensemen, 16 behind Chris Chelios). Played in the playoffs 20 times in his 22 seasons, with 233 playoff games and 118 playoff points. Named five times to postseason All-Star teams, chosen for 13 All-Star Games.

Before the NHL: Helped Kitchener to the Memorial Cup in 1982 (on a team that included Al MacInnis, Brian Bellows and Steve Larmer) and was taken fifth overall by Washington in the 1982 entry draft.

In retirement: Analyst for NHL Network. Co-head coach (with Adam Oates) of New Jersey (2014-15) after two seasons as an assistant. Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007.