Smooth-skating Paul Coffey embodied everything an offensive defenseman could be – lightning fast, a skilled playmaker, a booming shot and savvy, yet still able to defend his team’s zone employing blinding speed. Through twenty-one NHL seasons, Paul Coffey was named to either the First or Second All-Star Team eight times, and as the Norris Trophy winner on three occasions. He also appeared in fourteen NHL All-Star Games and represented Canada at four Canada/World Cup tournaments. Paul retired as the highest scoring defenseman in NHL playoff history and the second most proficient defenseman in NHL regular season history. He finished his career with an outstanding 1531 points.