Scott Stevens, a legendary figure in hockey and a three-time Stanley Cup champion, brings his expertise to NHL Network as an analyst featured on various studio programs, including the flagship show NHL Tonight.
Stevens previously held a role as an NHL Network analyst during the 2015-16 season and made notable contributions to the coverage of events like the 2016 Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium and the 2016 Stanley Cup Final.
With a remarkable 22-year playing career, Stevens captained the New Jersey Devils to Stanley Cup victories in 1995, 2000, and 2003. Having participated in over 1,600 regular season games, Stevens maintained a remarkable record of never recording a negative plus/minus rating.
His exceptional performance earned him the Conn Smythe Trophy in 2000. In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the sport, Stevens was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007, achieving this honor in his first year of eligibility.
He was also recognized as one of the NHL’s “100 Greatest Players” during the league’s centennial season in 2016-17. Furthermore, Stevens holds the distinction of being the first player to have his number, 4, retired by the New Jersey Devils.
Before returning to NHL Network, Stevens served as an assistant coach for the Minnesota Wild during the 2016-2017 season. Under his guidance, the Wild defense excelled, finishing seventh in the NHL in goals against per game with a commendable average of 2.51. Additionally, players such as Jonas Brodin, Matt Dumba, and Jared Spurgeon achieved career-high point totals while working with Stevens.
As an NHL Network analyst, Stevens leverages his wealth of knowledge and experience to provide valuable insights and analysis to viewers. His extensive achievements and contributions to the sport make him an esteemed figure in the hockey community and a valued asset to the NHL Network team.