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Many players spent their minor hockey years with Humber Valley. A number have gone on to pursue successful hockey careers. Humber Valley is proud of all of our alumni, including these National Hockey League stars.

Ken Dryden

Ken started with HV playing for the Atom Islington Hornets in 1954. He played in the organization for nine years through to Juvenile.  Ken continued his hockey career with the Etobicoke Indians Jr. B and then with Cornell University.  He later played for the Canadian National Team and joined the Montreal Canadians in 1970.

Glenn Goldup

Glenn started at Humber Valley at the age of 7 and played with the organization for 4 years.  He went on to join the Toronto Marlies in Peewee. In 1973 Glenn graduated from the Toronto Marlies Jr. A team and went on to play for the Montreal Canadians and later for the LA Kings.

Steve King

Steve began at Humber Valley as an Atom in 1957 and played with our organization for 3 years.  As a Peewee, he joined the Toronto Marlies and stayed with the organization through Jr. A.  He went on to play for the Canadian National team in 1970 & 1971, and turned pro with Tulsa who at the time was the Maple Leafs farm team.  Steve later played with the WHA’s Ottawa Nationals and the Toronto Toros.

Tim Ecclestone

Tim joined Humber Valley as an Atom and played in our league for 4 years.  He went on to play Jr. B with the Etobicoke Indians then for the Kitchener Rangers Jr. A team.  He was drafted into the NHL by the New York Rangers and played for St. Louis, Toronto and Detroit.  He was also an assistant coach for Atlanta.

Paul Hoganson

Paul joined Humber Valley Whitefield Packers and then played Junior A for the Hamilton Red Wings and the Toronto Marlies.  He was drafted by Pittsburgh in 1969 and joined the WHA Indianapolis Racers in 1973. He also played for the Cincinnati Stingers.

Brent Meeke

Brent joined Humber Valley in 1968 at the Midget level and played on the championship team under Jim Ross.  He went on to play Jr. A in Niagara Falls and was drafted by the California Seals in 1972.  He played in the WHL for Phoenix and Salt Lake and in the NHL for California and Cleveland.  He finished his career in the West German hockey league.

Scott Mellanby

Scott played for Humber Valley throughout his minor hockey years and went on to play college hockey for the University of Wisconsin.  His NHL debut was with the Philadelphia Flyers where he played from 1985 to 1991. Scott moved to the Edmonton Oilers in 1991 playing through to 1993.  Florida was his next destination where he played for the Panthers from 1993 to 2001 before moving to the St. Louis Blues from 2001 to 2004.  The Atlanta Thrashers was his final NHL team where he played from 2004 until his retirement as a player in 2007.  Scott continued in the NHL as a special consultant for the Vancouver Canucks and then as Assistant Coach with the St. Louis Blues.  In May of 2012, Scott signed on as Director of Player Personnel for the Montreal Canadians.