Nick Kypreos went undrafted to the NHL after finishing 2nd in scoring in Junior. He broke into the NHL in ‘89/’90 with the Washington Capitals, where he played 3 seasons before being traded to Hartford, a team he played just over a season with prior being traded to the New York Rangers in 1993. Nick played 46 games with New York and helped them win their first Stanley Cup in 54 years. In 1996 he became a Toronto Maple Leaf and would retire from hockey in1997. He is now a well-known hockey analyst with Sportsnet and on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada.