Steve Passmore

Steve Passmore ( born January 29, 1973 in Thunder Bay, Ontario ) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender. In the National Hockey League for the Edmonton Oilers, and the Los Angeles Kings played the Chicago Blackhawks He was active for the Adler Mannheim in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga.

Playing career

The 1.75 m wide goalie began his career with various teams in the Canadian top junior league WHL before he selected at the NHL Entry Draft in 1992 as a 196 in the ninth round of the Quebec Nordiques ( drafted ) was.

However, he was never in the NHL for the Nordiques between the posts, as it was previously transferred to the Edmonton Oilers. Of the Canadians of the links catcher was first used in various farm team in the American Hockey League before for the first time for the Oilers he stood in the 1998/99 season on the ice. For the following season Passmore was transferred to the Chicago Blackhawks, where he completed 73 games in five years. For goalkeeper but never became the Canadians in Edmonton, what he could not do during his time with the Los Angeles Kings, for which he completed a few games during the season 2000 /01.

2004 wrote Steve Passmore a contract with Adler Mannheim, as a back -up goalie Cristobal Huet of it he brought it to 36 games in a season. More stations to end of his career after the 2006 /07 were Jokerit Helsinki of the Finnish SM- liiga, the San Antonio Rampage of the AHL, the EC Graz 99ers of the Austrian Hockey League, as well as the HC Milano Vipers from the Italian Serie A1.

Awards and achievements

After the career

Passmore is co-owner of a restaurant chain in Vancouver. One of his business partners, the American football player Mitch Berger.