Selected by New York Islanders in the 4th round, #68 overall in the 1976 NHL Amateur Draft, Ken Morrow had 17 and 88 for 105 points and a +149 career tally.
As a Stanley Cup Champion with the Islanders, Morrow played from 1980-89, spending his entire career from on Long Island. That included 4 consecutive stanley cup victories, 19 consecutive playoff series and 5 consecutive finals appearances. He is the only player in history to win an olympic gold medal and a stanley cup in the same season. Morrow was an assistant coach with the Islanders during the 1991-92 season and is the currently the director of pro scouting for New York. Also a member of the famed Gold Medal team in 1980, Morrow is a member of the United States Hockey hall of fame.