NHL Hall of Fame defenseman who spent 22 years in the league and played in all but two All-Star games in the 1990s. He won Stanley Cup Championships with the New Jersey Devils in 1995, 2000 and 2003.
He played on the Kitchener Rangers junior hockey team with another future NHL great, Al MacInnis.
He retired with the most games played by a defenseman; he was also the youngest defenseman to reach 1,500 games.
He fathered three children with his wife Donna, whom he met during his junior hockey days.
He and Martin Brodeur helped lead the New Jersey Devils to three Stanley Cup championships.