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Andrew McKim






Saint John

Year Inducted


Sport Ambassador


Andrew McKim



His sixteen year career began in 1984 with his starring role on Team Atlantic and ended in the year 2000 when he suffered a concussion in the Swiss Elite League.In between he scored some 414 goals and 522 assists for an average of over 60 points per season. Rookie of the year, leading scorer, most valuable player, all-star, most sportsmanlike player- these were a few of his kudos.Team Canada membership in World Championship, Spengler and Deutschland Cup competitions were features of his last few years as an AHL and international star. He may have played in only 38 NHL games with Boston and Detroit, but that was more a reflection on the physical criteria applied by pro scouts and their major league bosses than on the magic and intensity that he brought to every game, regardless of level. Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 3rd, 2006.

Quick Facts

  • Leading scorer for Team Atlantic in the Under 17 World Championships in 1984 

  • Led Team Canada in scoring at the Under 18 World Championships in 1986 

  • Scored 50 goals and 55 assists with the Verdun Canadiens (Quebec Major Junior League) in 1988-89 and was team’s Most Valuable Player 

  • Leading goal scorer (66) in Canada with Hull Olympiques in 1989-90 and was league all-star and MVP 

  • Leading scorer & MVP with St. John’s Maple Leafs of the American Hockey League in 1990-91 

  • Leading scorer & all-star with Adirondack Red Wings (AHL) in 1994-95 

  • Won a bronze medal with Team Canada at the World Championships and a gold medal at the Spengler Cup in 1995 

  • Represented Canada in international competition six times 

  • Played in Europe from 1995-2000; retired in 2000 due to a concussion 

  • Played 37 NHL games with Boston and Detroit between 1992-94

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