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Full Name Scott Stevens
Profession Hockey Player
Date of Birth April 1 , 1964
Current Age 59 years
Place of Birth Kitchener
Birth Country Canada
Nationality Canadians
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 59 years old)

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Scott Stevens is one of the famous Hockey Player, who was born on the memorable day of April 1 in the year 1964. Scott Stevens is a proud citizen of Canada.

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.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Scott Stevens continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Scott Stevens
Popular As: Scott Stevens
First Name: Scott
Last Name: Stevens
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 1
Birth Year: 1964
Age: 59-years


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.

Scott Stevens Timeline

As a youth, Stevens played in the 1976 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament with a minor ice hockey team from Kitchener.
His play impressed scouts and he was taken ninth overall by his hometown Kitchener Rangers in the 1981 Ontario Hockey League (OHL) draft.
Stevens was taken fifth overall in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft by the Washington Capitals.
He attended summer camp with Team Canada prior to the 1983 World Junior Championships, but because of his commitment to the Capitals, he was unable to join the team. His first experience with the senior team was at the 1983 World Ice Hockey Championships, where he won a bronze medal.
The 1984–85 season would be a breakout year for Stevens. He set a team record for defencemen by scoring 16 power play goals, and tied a team record for goals by a defenceman with 21.
During the 1985 World Ice Hockey Championships, he scored a goal and added two assists as Canada finished with a silver medal.