Shawn Antoski

Shawn Antoski

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Shawn Antoski

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Shawn Antoski (born March 25, 1970 in Brantford, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey left winger who played 8 seasons in the National Hockey League in the 1990s.

Playing career

Antoski played minor hockey for the Don Mills Flyers Midgets of the MTHL in 1986-87 and was drafted in the 4th round (59th overall) of the 1987 OHL Priority Selection.

Antoski played his junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League with the North Bay Centennials, and was selected by the Vancouver Canucks in the first round (18th overall) of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, just ahead of future superstars Keith Tkachuk and Martin Brodeur.

Although his role was primarily that of an enforcer, Antoski was noted for his skating ability, which was exceptional for a player of his size. While his offensive ability was very limited, his speed and size made him a fearsome forechecker and a heavy bodychecker. He was also an able fighter.

Antoski turned pro in 1990 and was assigned to the Milwaukee Admirals, Vancouver's IHL farm team. He would spend most of the next three season toiling in minor pro, although he received a brief callup each year, playing in a total of 8 NHL games. He would finally establish himself as an NHL regular in the 1993–94, appearing in 55 games for the Canucks and recording 3 points and 190 penalty minutes. The highlight of his career would come in that year's playoffs, as Vancouver reached the Stanley Cup Finals. Playing on a gritty fourth line with Tim Hunter and John......
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