Last NameSportCountryYear Inducted

Sport: Ice Hockey
Inducted: 2024
Country: Canada
Born: June 8, 1982 in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Mike Cammalleri

Mike Cammalleri was a National Hockey League goal-scoring star for 15 seasons. The left-winger's 13 goals in the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs led all players and tied a franchise record of the storied Montreal Canadians.

In regular-season action, Cammalleri scored at least 25 goals six times and led three different NHL teams in goals scored: L.A. Kings (2005-06), Calgary Flames (2008-09, 2013-14), and New Jersey Devils (2014-15). He played for five NHL teams, scoring 294 goals and 348 assists.

Representing Canada internationally, Cammalleri won a gold medal at the 2007 World Championships. He also won silver at the 2002 World Junior Championships, where he was named an all-star and the tournament's best forward. Before joining the NHL, he was an exceptional University of Michigan player selected all-American in 2001 and 2002.

When Cammalleri broke into the NHL in 2003 with the L.A. Kings, his first point was an assist on a goal by International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame member Mathieu Schneider.

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