Cam Stewart was born on September 8, 1971 in Kitchener, Ontario and is a retired National Hockey League forward. Cam was originally drafted in the third round, 63rd overall, by the Boston Bruins in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. After three seasons at the University of Michigan, Cam began his National Hockey League career playing for the Bruins in 1993. As a player, he spent time as a member of the Bruins, the Florida Panthers, and as an original member of the expansion Minnesota Wild over the course of his career. Cam was also a member of the 1998-99 Turner Cup Champion Houston Aeros during his time in the IHL. Cam retired from professional hockey in 2001 and he is currently a member of KO Sports, Inc. where he is primarily responsible for overseeing the development of top tier prospects and clients in addition to assisting in the development of all KO Sports clients.
What was the most memorable moment of your hockey career?
Scoring my 1st NHL goal and winning the Turner Cup
What advice would you give to future professional hockey players?
Practice and prepare as if you have no talent
What are you doing now since retiring from professional hockey?
Director of Player Development and NHLPA Certified Agent at KO Sports