Former Maple Leaf Darryl Shannon has joined the Scotiabank®
Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team!
Darryl Shannon starred in junior with the Windsor Compuware Spitfires before his NHL career. In his third season (1987-88), Darryl was named the OHA’s Most Outstanding Defenceman. The Spitfires that season won the league championship on a team that featured Darryl, his brother Darrin, Adam Graves, Peter Ing and future NHL coaches Pete DeBoer and Paul Maurice. After being drafted by the Maple Leafs, Darryl joined Toronto in 1988-89, and spent five seasons in Leaf blue and white. His thirteen-season NHL career then took him to the Winnipeg Jets, Buffalo Sabres, Atlanta Thrashers, Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens.