Former NHL winger who served as captain of both the Florida Panthers and Atlanta Thrashers during his 21-year NHL career which spanned from 1985 to 2007. He reached the Stanley Cup Finals with the Philadelphia Flyers in 1987 and with the Panthers in 1996.
He was selected 27th overall in the 1984 NHL Draft by the Flyers and before debuting in the NHL, he played college hockey at the University of Wisconsin.
In 2012, he became director of player personnel for the Montreal Canadiens, then in 2014, he became an assistant GM.
He had a daughter, Courtney, and two sons, Carter and Nicholas, with his wife Susan.
He and Rob Niedermayer were two of the leaders of the 1995-96 Florida Panthers team that made the unlikely run to the Stanley Cup Finals.