Former NHL defenceman Ric Nattress has joined the Scotiabank®
Road Hockey To Conquer Cancer team!
In the 1980 Entry Draft, Ric Nattress realized a childhood dream and was drafted into the NHL by the Montreal Canadiens. He debuted in 1982-83 and stayed with Montreal until he was traded to St. Louis prior to the 1985-86 season. After two seasons with the Blues, Ric was dealt to the Calgary Flames, where he won a Stanley Cup in 1989. In January 1992, Ric was part of the blockbuster that sent Doug Gilmour to the Toronto Maple Leafs. He concluded his NHL career in 1992-93 with a season as a Philadelphia Flyer.