Scott Niedermayer

Category: Players

Induction Year: 2012

Scott Niedermayer is the only Canadian player to win six major championships. Scott, from Cranbrook, BC, has won the Stanley Cup, Memorial Cup, World Junior Hockey Championship, IIHF Men’s World Championship, Olympic Gold and a World Cup Championship.

The retired All-Star Defenseman played 18 seasons in the NHL winning 4 Stanley Cups, James Norris Trophy, and Conn Smythe Trophy as Stanley Cup MVP.

Niedermayer played 3 seasons with the Kamloops Blazers of the WHL before embarking on an illustrious NHL career. He played 1,263 NHL games recording 740 points.


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