Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Marty McSorley is known as a versatile and aggressive former NHL player. McSorley made his NHL debut in 1983 with the Pittsburgh Penguins. In 1985 he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers where his career really took off. His physical play and dominance on the ice earned him the nickname “Wayne Gretzky’s Bodyguard." In 1993, McSorley led the Los Angeles Kings to the Stanley Cup against the Montreal Canadians. Despite losing the series in five games, McSorley had 10 goals and was the only King to score during the final game. He retired from the NHL in 2000.