Warren Luhning was born on July 3, 1975 in Edmonton, Alberta and is a retired National Hockey League forward. Warren was drafted in the fourth round, 92nd overall, by the New York Islanders in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. Warren was a member of the 1996 NCAA National Championship Team at the University of Michigan where he also earned ALL-CCHA honors. After concluding his collegiate career, Warren would spend time playing for the New York Islanders and Dallas Stars before ending his professional hockey career in 2000.

What was the most memorable moment of your hockey career?

I’d say winning the NCAA championship at Michigan. Although playing for the U-18 Canadian team and winning the world championship was rad too.


What advice would you give to future professional hockey players?

Enjoy the game before you go pro. Professional hockey is fun for sure but don’t forget it’s a small piece of your overall hockey experience.


What are you doing now since retiring from professional hockey?

I have a beautiful wife and 2 kids that are the center of my life. Professionally I’m the chief investment officer for a utility scale solar developer – 7X Energy.