With 223 points, Scott Pellerin ranks second as the all-time scorer in Maine history, and is third in career goals with 106, third in career assists with 117, and second in career games with 167. He holds Maine's record for career power play goals with 47, and was the first Division I player in Maine’s history to score 100 goals and record 100 assists. In addition to receiving the 1992 Hobey Baker Award, he was named 1992 Hockey East Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player of the Hockey East Championship Tournament. Growing up in Shediac, New Brunswick, he was a member of Team Canada during the 1990 Goodwill Games in Seattle. Pellerin was picked by the New Jersey Devils in the third round of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft, and subsequently spent parts of twelve seasons playing in the NHL with that team as well as in St. Louis, Minnesota Wild, Carolina, Boston, Dallas and Phoenix. He retired from hockeyfollowing the 2003-04 season.
St. Lawrence University, Defense
University of Wisconsin–Madison, Goalie
University of North Dakota, Forward