2002 Olympic champion … Vancouver 2010 team captain … 4-time Stanley Cup champion (1995, 2000, 2003 and 2007) … Conn Smythe Trophy (2007) … James Norris Memorial Trophy (2004) … 5-time NHL All-Star (1998, 2001, 2004, 2008, 2009) … NHL First All-Star Team (2004, 2006, 2007) … Only player to have won Stanley Cup, Olympic gold, WC (2004), World Cup (2004), Memorial Cup (1992) and World Junior title (1991).
Getting to know…
Brother, Rob, plays for New Jersey Devils but won 2007 Stanley Cup with Scott … Lives in Cranbrook, B.C. in off-season … With wife Lisa, has four sons, Logan, Jackson, Josh, Luke … Enjoys golf, mountain biking, hunting … Hockey idol growing up was Paul Coffey.
|2002 Salt Lake City||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|
|2010 Vancouver||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|
Notable International Results
World Championship Results: 2004 (Prague, CZE): Gold
2009-10: Named captain of Canadian Olympic hockey team ... Entered 19th NHL season, fifth with Anaheim. 2008-09: Became Anaheim's highest-scoring defenceman all-time ... Ranked 3rd in NHL among defencemen with 59 points ... Named Anaheim captain ... Played in 15th career postseason. 2007-08: Missed 34 games while contemplating retirement ... Surpassed 1,100 career NHL games. 2006-07: Led all NHL defencemen with career-high 69 points to set new club record ... Won 4th Stanley Cup and named playoff MVP. 2005-06: Named to Olympic hockey team, but couldn't play due to injury ... Finalist for Norris Trophy ... Picked up 63 points in first season with Anaheim, signed as free agent after 13 years with New Jersey Devils. 2004-05: Did not play during NHL lockout. 2003-04: Won Norris Trophy as best defenceman ... Scored 54 points ... Alternate captain when Canada captured 2004 World Cup of Hockey ... Alternate captain when Canada also won WC, collecting five points. 2002-03: Won Stanley Cup with New Jersey ... Tied for first in playoff scoring with 18 points ... Became club's all-time points leader among defencemen (02/05/03). 2001-02: Won Olympic gold in Salt Lake City, recording two points in six games. 1999-00: Stanley Cup champion with New Jersey ... Became only Devils defenceman to lead team in scoring over five consecutive seasons. 1997-98: Tied for second among NHL defencemen with 57 points. 1995-96: Competed for Canada at 1996 World Cup of Hockey, finishing second. 1994-95: Stanley Cup champion with New Jersey ... Led Devils' defencemen with 11 points. 1993-94: Was +34 in second full NHL season. 1992-93: Picked up 40 points in 80 games in rookie season. 1990-92: Finished 6th at 1992 Junior WC and named to tournament all-star team ... Won 1992 Memorial Cup with Kamloops (vs. Sault Ste. Marie) ... Won gold at 1991 Junior WC.