List of family relations in the NHL

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This is a list of family relations in the National Hockey League. Since the creation of the National Hockey League in 1917, family members have been involved in all aspects of the league. Although most connections are among players, there have been family members involved in coaching and managing as well.

Since 1917, 47 pairs of brothers have played together on the same team; among them, ten have won the Stanley Cup together. Brothers have also squared off against each other five times in the Stanley Cup finals, most recently in 2003. Twenty-six sons have followed in their fathers' footsteps and played for his team. Only once has a father played with his sons, when Gordie Howe played with Mark and Marty for one season with the Hartford Whalers.

The Chicago Blackhawks have seen the most familial connections with 31: twenty sets of brothers, five father-son combinations, three uncle-nephew combinations, and three sets of cousins.

The Sutter family has had the largest number of family members – nine – play, coach and manage in the NHL. The original six brothers (Brent, Brian, Darryl, Duane, Rich, and Ron) and three of their sons (cousins Brandon, Brett, and Brody) result in multiple brother/father-son/uncle-nephew/cousin combinations. This could eventually include other son/cousin/nephew, Luke, a recent (2012) NHL draft pick.

The longest multi-generational family is the direct line of four generations starting with Howie Morenz, father-in-law of Bernie Geoffrion, who fathered Dan Geoffrion, who fathered Blake Geoffrion. All four generations have played for the Montreal Canadiens.

Below is a list of family relations throughout the NHL as players, head coaches, general managers, and officials. Owners are not included, as inheritance makes these relations more routine.

Names in bold have won the Stanley Cup.
Names in italics are members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
An asterisk " * " denotes a current (2015–16 NHL season) NHL player.

Siblings[edit]

Martin Biron, pictured here with the Buffalo Sabres, is the brother of Mathieu.
Marcel Goc has had a sustained career with the San Jose Sharks, but his brother Sascha only played 22 games in the NHL.
Wayne Gretzky's younger brother (Brent), made it to the NHL.
Paul Kariya's younger brother Steve played a short stint with the Vancouver Canucks.
Mario Lemieux has an older brother Alain, but he is no relation to either Claude or Jocelyn Lemieux.
Surname Siblings Country Notes
Allen George, Viv  Canada [1] Viv only played 6 games in the NHL for the New York Americans.
Allison Dave, Mike  Canada Dave only played 3 games in the NHL for the Montreal Canadiens.[2]
Andersson Mikael, Niklas  Sweden Both brothers played part of the 1999–2000 NHL season together with the New York Islanders.[3]
Arbour Ty, Jack  Canada [4]
Babych Wayne, Dave  Canada Both brothers played for the Hartford Whalers in the 1985–86 NHL season.[5]
Barrett Fred, John  Canada Both brothers played for the Minnesota North Stars.[6]
Bathgate Frank, Andy  Canada Frank only played 2 games in the NHL for the New York Rangers.[7]
Bell Joe, Gordie  Canada Both brothers played for the New York Rangers.[8]
Benn Jordie*, Jamie*  Canada Both brothers play for the Dallas Stars.[9]
Bennett Curt, Harvey, Bill  United States Curt and Harvey played together during the 1978–79 NHL season with the St. Louis Blues.[10] Curt was also the first American drafted by an NHL team to play in the league.[11]
Benning Jim, Brian  Canada [12]
Bentley Reg, Doug, Max  Canada First brothers to play on the same line, for the Chicago Black Hawks. Reg's only goal was assisted by both brothers, the first time all three participants in an NHL goal were related.[13]
Berry Doug, Ken  Canada Both brothers played for the Edmonton Oilers, though not simultaneously; Doug played for them while the team was in the WHA, while Ken played for the Oilers after they merged into the NHL.[14]
Biega Alex*, Danny*  Canada Both brothers made their NHL debut in 2015.
Biron Martin, Mathieu  Canada Both brothers played for the New York Islanders. Mathieu once scored a goal on Martin.[15][16]
Blair Chuck, George  Canada Both brothers played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[17]
Bordeleau Christian, J.P., Paulin  Canada,  France Christian and J.P. played together in the 1971–72 NHL season with the Chicago Blackhawks.[18]
Boucher Georges "Buck", Billy, Frank, Robert  Canada Billy and Robert played together for part of the 1923–24 NHL season with the Montreal Canadiens.[19] Buck & Frank also became the first set of brothers to face each other in a Stanley Cup final (along with Corb & Cy Denneny), when Buck's Ottawa Senators beat Frank's Vancouver Maroons.[20]
Bourcier Jean, Conrad  Canada Both brothers played together for the Montreal Canadiens in the 1935–36 NHL season.[21]
Bourque Chris*, Ryan*  United States
Broderick Len, Ken  Canada Len played only a single NHL game.[22]
Brookbank Wade, Sheldon  Canada Both brothers played for the Nashville Predators.[23]
Broten Neal, Aaron, Paul  United States Neal and Aaron played together during the 1989–90 NHL season with the Minnesota North Stars, and have played for the New Jersey Devils, albeit separately. Neal and Paul played together from 1993 to 1995 with the Dallas Stars.[24]
Brown Doug, Greg  United States Both brothers played together for the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1993–94 NHL season.[25]
Brownschidle Jack, Jeff  United States Both brothers played for the Hartford Whalers.[26]
Bruneteau Mud, Ed  Canada Both brothers played together for the Detroit Red Wings in the 1940–41 NHL season, the 1943–44 NHL season, the 1944–45 NHL season, and the 1945–46 NHL season.[27]
Bure Pavel, Valeri  Russia Both brothers played together in the 2001–02 NHL season with the Florida Panthers. Also won silver medals as representatives of Team Russia at the 1998 Winter Olympics, and bronze medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics.[16]
Busniuk Ron, Mike  Canada Ron only played 6 games in the NHL.[28]
Butsayev Viacheslav, Yuri  Russia [29]
Caffery Jack, Terry  Canada Jack only played fourteen games in the NHL.[30]
Callander Drew, Jock  Canada
Camazzola Tony, Jim  Canada Jim played only 3 games in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks. Tony also played 3 games in the NHL for the Washington Capitals.[31]
Capuano Jack, Dave  United States Both brothers played together for the Vancouver Canucks in the 1990–91 NHL season.[32]
Carlson Jack, Steve  United States Inspired the infamous Hanson Brothers of the movie Slap Shot. Steve played one of the brothers, but Jack was unable to act in the film because of the WHA playoffs.[33]
Carrick Sam*, Trevor*  Canada
Carse Bill, Bob  Canada Both brothers played together for the Chicago Black Hawks.[34]
Cavallini Gino, Paul  Canada Both brothers played together from 1987 to 1992 with the St. Louis Blues.[35]
Cherry Don, Dick  Canada Don played only one game in the NHL, a playoff game for the Boston Bruins.[36]
Cleghorn Sprague, Odie  Canada Both brothers played together from 1921 to 1925 with the Montreal Canadiens, winning the Stanley Cup together in 1924.[37] The Cleghorns were the first brothers to face each other in the NHL playoffs, playing off in 1919, Odie for Montreal, Sprague for Ottawa.[38]
Cloutier Sylvain, Dan  Canada Sylvain only played 7 games in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks.[39]
Colville Neil, Mac  Canada Both brothers played together from 1935 to 1942 and 1945 to 1947 with the New York Rangers, winning the Stanley Cup together in 1940.[40]
Comrie Paul, Mike  Canada Both played for the Edmonton Oilers.
Conacher Lionel, Charlie, Roy  Canada Lionel and Roy both played for the Chicago Black Hawks. Charlie was Roy's coach with the Chicago Black Hawks.[41]
Cook Bill, Bun, Bud  Canada Bud and Bun both played for the Boston Bruins. Bill and Bun played together from 1926 to 1936 with the New York Rangers, winning the Stanley Cup together in 1928 and 1933 as part of the "Bread Line" with Frank Boucher.[42]
Costello Les, Murray  Canada Les only played 20 games in the NHL for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[43]
Courtnall Geoff, Russ  Canada Both brothers played together for part of the 1994–95 NHL season with the Vancouver Canucks.[44]
Crawford Bob, Marc, Lou  Canada [45] Lou was the only brother that was not drafted.
Crowder Bruce, Keith  Canada Both brothers played together from 1982 to 1984 with the Boston Bruins.[46]
Cullen Brian, Barry, Ray  Canada Brian and Ray both played for the New York Rangers. Barry and Ray both played for the Detroit Red Wings. Brian and Barry played together from 1955 to 1959 with the Toronto Maple Leafs.[47]
Cullen Matt*, Mark  United States Both brothers played for the Florida Panthers.
Damore Nick, Hank  Canada Nick played only one game in the NHL.[48]
Darragh Jack, Harold  Canada [49]
Denneny Cy, Corbett  Canada Became the first set of brothers to face each other in a Stanley Cup final (along with Buck & Frank Boucher), when Cy's Ottawa Senators beat Corb's Vancouver Maroons.[20][50] The Dennenys were the first brothers to face each other in NHL regular season play, on December 22, 1917 in Toronto.[51]
Dillon Wayne, Gary  Canada Gary only played 13 games in the NHL for the Colorado Rockies.[52]
Dineen Peter, Gord, Kevin  Canada,  United States Gord and Kevin both played for the Ottawa Senators.[53]
Dionne Marcel, Gilbert  Canada [54]
Drury Ted, Chris  United States Both brothers played for the Calgary Flames.[55]
Dryden Dave, Ken  Canada On March 20, 1971, Dave & Ken became the first brothers to face each other as goaltenders in an NHL game.[56]
Eaves Mike, Murray  Canada [57]
Esposito Phil, Tony  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Black Hawks. Phil scored twice on Tony during Tony's NHL debut on November 3, 1968.
Evans Paul, Doug, Kevin  Canada Paul was the only brother who was drafted in the NHL.[58]
Fata Rico, Drew  Canada Drew only played 8 games in the NHL for the New York Islanders.[59]
Fedorov Sergei, Fedor  Russia Fedor only played eighteen games in the NHL.[60]
Felsner Denny, Brian  United States Brian only played 12 games in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks. Denny only played 18 games in the NHL for the St. Louis Blues.[61]
Ferraro Chris, Peter (Twins)  United States Both brothers played together from 1995 to 1997 with the New York Rangers, in 1997 with the Pittsburgh Penguins, and 2001 with the Washington Capitals.[16]
Fillion Bob, Marcel  Canada Marcel played only one game in the NHL.[62]
Finnigan Frank, Eddie  Canada Both brothers played for the St. Louis Eagles at some point in their own careers. Ed only played 3 games in the NHL.[63]
Fitzgerald Rusty, Zack  United States Rusty only played 4 games in the NHL for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Zack only played one game in the NHL for the Vancouver Canucks.[64]
Flockhart Rob, Ron  Canada
Foligno Nick*, Marcus*  United States,  Canada
Fraser Archie, Harvey  Canada Archie only played 3 games in the NHL for the New York Rangers.[65]
Gardner Dave, Paul  Canada Both brothers were drafted in the first round of the NHL Draft. Dave in 1972, and Paul in 1976.[66]
Gassoff Bob, Brad  Canada
Gaunce Cameron*, Brendan*  Canada
Gillis Mike, Paul  Canada [67]
Gionta Brian*, Stephen*  United States Both brothers played for the New Jersey Devils. Brian currently is the captain of the Buffalo Sabres.
Glover Fred, Howie  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Black Hawks and the Detroit Red Wings.[68]
Goc Sascha, Marcel  Germany Sascha only played 22 games in the NHL.[69]
Gould John, Larry  Canada Both brothers played for the Vancouver Canucks in the 1973–74 season.[70]
Granlund Mikael*, Markus*  Finland [71]
Gratton Gilles, Norm  Canada Both brothers played for the New York Rangers.[72]
Greig Bruce, Mark  Canada Bruce only played nine games in the NHL for the California Golden Seals.[73]
Gretzky Wayne, Brent  Canada Highest-scoring pair of brothers in NHL history, although Brent only scored one goal and four points.[74]
Hamel Jean, Gilles  Canada [75]
Hamilton Dougie*, Freddie*  Canada Both brothers play for the Calgary Flames.
Hannigan Ray, Gord, Pat  Canada All three played for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Ray only played three games in the NHL for the Maple Leafs.[76]
Hanson Emil, Oscar  Canada Emil only played one game in the NHL with the Detroit Red Wings. Oscar only played eight games in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks.[77]
Harkins Todd, Brett  United States [78]
Hatcher Kevin, Derian  United States Played together for the Dallas Stars from 1994 to 1996.[79]
Hayes Jimmy*, Kevin*  United States
Hergesheimer Phil, Wally  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Black Hawks.[80]
Hextall Bryan, Jr., Dennis  Canada Both brothers played for the Detroit Red Wings and the Minnesota North Stars in the 1975–76 season and the New York Rangers.[81]
Hicke Bill, Ernie  Canada Both brothers played for the California Golden Seals in the 1970–71 season.[82]
Hickey Pat, Greg  Canada Both brothers played for the New York Rangers.[83]
Hicks Doug, Glenn  Canada [84]
Hillman Floyd, Larry, Wayne  Canada Floyd and Larry both played for the Boston Bruins. Larry and Wayne played together during the 1968–69 NHL season for the Minnesota North Stars, and from 1969 to 1971 with the Philadelphia Flyers.[85]
Hoekstra Cecil, Ed  Canada Cecil only played four games in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens in the 1959–60 NHL season.[86]
Holt Gary, Randy  Canada Both brothers played for the Cleveland Barons.[87]
Hossa Marian*, Marcel  Slovakia Both brothers played for Slovakia at the 2006 Winter Olympics (coached by their father Frantisek, head coach of Slovak Olympic team in 2006).[16][88]
Howe Gordie, Vic  Canada
Howe Mark, Marty  United States,  Canada Both brothers played together from 1979 to 1982 with the Hartford Whalers.[89]
Hull Bobby, Dennis  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Black Hawks.[90]
Hunwick Matt*, Shawn  United States
Hunter Dave, Dale, Mark  Canada Dale and Mark both played for the Washington Capitals.
Ihnacak Peter, Miroslav  Slovakia Both brothers played together from 1985 to 1987 with the Toronto Maple Leafs.[91][92]
Jackson Busher, Art  Canada Both brothers played for the Toronto Maple Leafs from the 1934–35 NHL season to the 1936–37 NHL season. The brothers also played together for the Boston Bruins from the 1941–42 NHL season to the 1943–44 NHL season. Both brothers also played for the New York Americans.[93]
Jerwa Joe, Frank  Canada Both brothers played for the Boston Bruins.[94]
Johnson Greg, Ryan  Canada Both brothers played with the Chicago Blackhawks.[95]
Joliat Bobby, Aurele  Canada Bobby only played one game in the NHL. It was with the Montreal Canadiens in the 1924–25 NHL season. Montreal was also where Aurele played his whole career.[96]
Jones Bob, Jim  Canada Both brothers only played two games in the NHL. Bob with the New York Rangers, and Jim with the California Golden Seals.[97]
Jönsson Jörgen, Kenny  Sweden Won a gold medal together representing Sweden at the 1994 Winter Olympics, and another gold at the 2006 Winter Olympics.[16] Played part of the 1999–00 season together with the New York Islanders.
Kaberle Frantisek, Tomas  Czech Republic Both brothers played for the Carolina Hurricanes.[98] Both also brothers won bronze medals as representatives of Czech Republic at the 2006 Winter Olympics.[16][88]
Kannegiesser Gordon, Sheldon  Canada
Kariya Paul, Steve  Canada
Kilrea Hec, Wally, Ken  Canada Hec & Wally both played together for the Detroit Red Wings from 1936 to 1938; Hec & Wally both played for the Ottawa Senators; Ken also played for the Detroit Red Wings.[99]
Kiprusoff Marko, Miikka  Finland [100]
Kitchen Mike, Bill  Canada
Klingberg Carl, John*  Sweden
Koivu Saku, Mikko*  Finland Both brothers won silver medals as representatives of Finland at the 2006 Winter Olympics, another set of silver medals at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey and bronze in the 2008 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships in Quebec. They are the first European-trained brothers who have both been NHL team captains.[101]
Kordic John, Dan  Canada [102]
Kostitsyn Andrei, Sergei  Belarus First Belarusian siblings to play in the NHL. Both brothers also played together for the Montreal Canadiens and Nashville Predators.[103][104][105]
Kronwall Niklas*, Staffan  Sweden [106]
Kyle Gus, Bill  Canada Both brothers played for the New York Rangers.[107]
LaForest Mark, Bob  Canada Bob only played five games in the NHL.[108]
Langkow Scott, Daymond  Canada Both brothers played for the Phoenix Coyotes.[109]
Larmer Steve, Jeff  Canada Both brothers played together for the Chicago Black Hawks between 1983 and 1986.[110]
Lebeau Stephan, Patrick  Canada Both brothers played for part of the 1990–91 NHL season together with the Montreal Canadiens.[111]
Leeb Greg, Brad  Canada Brad only played five games in the NHL, and Greg only played two.[112]
Lefley Bryan, Chuck  Canada
Lemieux Alain, Mario  Canada Played just one game together during the 1986–87 NHL season with the Pittsburgh Penguins.[113]
Lemieux Claude, Jocelyn  Canada Both brothers played for the Montreal Canadiens from the 1988–89 NHL season to the 1989–90 NHL season. Both brothers also played for the New Jersey Devils and the Phoenix Coyotes.[114]
Lepine Hector, Alfred  Canada Both brothers played for the Montreal Canadiens together during the 1925–26 NHL season.[115]
Leswick Jack, Pete, Tony  Canada Jack and Tony both played for the Chicago Black Hawks. Pete only played three games in the NHL.[116]
Lindros Eric, Brett  Canada Both brothers were drafted in the first round. Eric was first overall in 1991 and Brett was ninth overall in 1994.[117]
Linden Trevor, Jamie  Canada Jamie only played four games in the NHL.[118]
Loob Peter, Hakan  Sweden Peter only played eight games in the NHL.[119]
Loughlin Clem, Wilf  Canada Wilf only played 14 games in the NHL.[120]
Lowrey Fred, Gerry  Canada Both brothers played for the Pittsburgh Pirates.[121]
Lundqvist Henrik*, Joel (twins)  Sweden
MacMillan Bill, Bob  Canada Both brothers played for the Atlanta Flames.[122]
Mahovlich Frank, Peter  Canada Both brothers played together from 1967 to 1969 with the Detroit Red Wings, and from 1970 to 1974 with the Montreal Canadiens.[123]
Maki Chico, Wayne  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Black Hawks through the 1967–68 NHL season and the 1968–69 NHL season.[124]
Maloney Dave, Don  Canada Both brothers played together from 1978 to 1985 with the New York Rangers.[125]
Manery Randy, Kris  Canada
Mantha Sylvio, Georges  Canada Both brothers played together from 1928 to 1936 for the Montreal Canadiens, winning the Stanley Cup in 1930 and 1931.[126]
McBain Jason, Mike  Canada Jason only played nine games in the NHL.[127]
McCreary Bill Sr., Keith  Canada Both brothers played for the Montreal Canadiens.[128]
McGinn Jamie*, Tye*, Brock*  Canada Jamie and Tye both played for the San Jose Sharks at one point.
McKegney Ian, Tony  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Blackhawks at some point in their own careers. Ian only played three games in the NHL.[129]
McRae Basil, Chris  Canada Both brothers played for the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs.[130]
Meissner Dick, Barrie  Canada Barrie only played six games in the NHL.[131]
Menard Hillary, Howie  Canada Both brothers played for the Chicago Black Hawks. However, Hillary only played one game in the NHL.[132]
Messier Mitch, Joby  Canada [133]
Messier Paul, Mark  Canada Paul only played nine games in the NHL.[134]
Metz Nick, Don  Canada Both brothers played together from 1938 to 1948 with the Toronto Maple Leafs, winning the Stanley Cup together in 1945 and 1947.[135]
Michalek Zbynek*, Milan*  Czech Republic
Michaluk Art, John  Canada Both brothers played with the Chicago Black Hawks. Art played five games in the NHL, while John only played one game in the NHL.[136]
Micheletti Joe, Pat  United States Pat only played 12 games in the NHL.[137]
Miller Bob, Paul  United States Paul played his only three NHL games with Bob during the 1981–82 NHL season with the Colorado Rockies.[138]
Miller Kelly, Kevin, Kip  United States Kelly and Kevin both played for the New York Rangers. Kevin and Kip both played for the Chicago Blackhawks, New York Islanders, and Pittsburgh Penguins. Kelly and Kevin both played together for part of the 1992–93 NHL season with the Washington Capitals. Kip also played for the Capitals.[139]
Miller Ryan*, Drew*  United States Drew made his debut with the Anaheim Ducks in the 2007 playoffs.[140]
Minard Mike, Chris  Canada Both brothers played for the Edmonton Oilers.
Mironov Dmitri, Boris  Russia Won a silver medal together representing Team Russia at the 1998 Winter Olympics.[141]
Mokosak Carl, John  Canada [142]
Moller Mike, Randy  Canada Both brothers played for the Buffalo Sabres.[143]
Moore Steve, Dominic*  Canada Both brothers and their older brother, Mark Moore, played together at Harvard University in the 1999–2000 season. While all three brothers were drafted, only Steve and Dominic played in the NHL.
Morrison Doug, Mark  Canada Mark only played ten games in the NHL.[144]
Mullen Joe, Brian  United States
Mulvey Grant, Paul  Canada [145]
Murdoch Bob, Don  Canada
Murray Bryan, Terry  Canada Terry twice succeeded Bryan in head coaching positions, first with the Washington Capitals, and then the Florida Panthers.[146]
Nash Brendon, Riley*  Canada
Nelson Todd, Jeff  Canada Both brothers played for the Washington Capitals. However, Todd only played three games in the NHL.[147] Todd later coached Jeff with the Muskegon Fury of the United Hockey League.
Niedermayer Scott, Rob  Canada Faced each other in the 2003 Stanley Cup Finals (Scott with the New Jersey Devils and Rob with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim), the first time brothers faced each other in the finals since 1946. Four years later, the brothers won the Stanley Cup as members of the Anaheim Ducks, the first brothers to do so since Duane and Brent Sutter did it with the Islanders in 1983.[16][148][149] Rob later in his career joined the New Jersey Devils, his brother's former team.
Nielsen Jeff, Kirk  United States Kirk only played six games in the NHL.[150]
Nolan Brandon, Jordan*  Canada
Norton Jeff, Brad  United States Both brothers played together for part of the 2001–02 NHL season with the Florida Panthers.[151]
Odelein Selmar, Lyle  Canada Selmar only played 18 games in the NHL.[152]
O'Reilly Cal*, Ryan*  Canada Both brothers play for the Buffalo Sabres.
O'Shea Danny, Kevin  Canada Both brothers played together in the WHA with the Minnesota Fighting Saints. They also played together from the 1971–72 NHL season to the 1972–73 NHL season with the St. Louis Blues.[153]
Paiement Rosaire, Wilf  Canada
Pandolfo Jay, Mike  United States
Patey Larry, Doug  Canada [154]
Patrick Lester, Frank  Canada Lester only played two games in the NHL. Frank was a head coach of the Boston Bruins.[155] Upon Frank's induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1950, they became the first set of brothers inducted.
Patrick Lynn, Muzz  Canada Both brothers played together with the New York Rangers from 1937 to 1946, winning the Stanley Cup in 1940.[155]
Patrick Craig, Glenn  United States Both brothers played together for part of the 1974–75 NHL season with the California Golden Seals; later worked together in the Pittsburgh Penguins organization where Craig was general manager.[155][156]
Patrick Steve, James  Canada Both played for the Buffalo Sabres. Played together from 1984 to 1986 with the New York Rangers.[157]
Pelech Matt, Adam*  Canada Matt only played thirteen games in the NHL.[158]
Pettinger Eric, Gord  Canada Both brothers played for the Boston Bruins.[159]
Picard Roger, Noel  Canada Both brothers played for the St. Louis Blues.[160]
Plager Barclay, Bob, Bill  Canada Barclay and Bob played together from 1967 to 1977 for the St. Louis Blues; Bill joined them between 1968 and 1972.[161]
Playfair Larry, Jim  Canada Both brothers were first round draft picks; Larry was selected 13th overall by the Buffalo Sabres in 1978, Jim was picked 20th overall by Edmonton in 1982.[162]
Plumb Ron, Robert  Canada Robert only played 14 games in the NHL.[163]
Poile Bud, Don  Canada Both brothers played for the Detroit Red Wings.[164]
Potvin Jean, Denis  Canada Both brothers played together from 1973 to 1978 and 1980 to 1981 with the New York Islanders, winning the Stanley Cup in 1981.[165]
Prentice Eric, Dean  Canada
Primeau Keith, Wayne  Canada Once fought each other during a game, when Keith played for Hartford and Wayne was with the Sabres.[15][16]
Pronger Sean, Chris*  Canada Both brothers played for Anaheim Ducks.[166]
Pronovost Marcel, Claude, Andre, Jean  Canada Both Marcel and Andre played for the Detroit Red Wings. Both Claude and Andre played for the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens. Claude played only three games in the NHL.[167]
Pyatt Taylor, Tom  Canada
Quackenbush Bill, Max  Canada Both brothers played together for the Boston Bruins in the 1950–51 NHL season.[168]
Radulov Igor, Alexander  Russia
Rask Tuukka*, Joonas  Finland
Rau Chad, Kyle*  United States Chad only played nine games in the NHL.[169]
Reardon Terry, Ken  Canada Both brothers played together from 1941 to 1943 with the Montreal Canadiens.[170] Later faced each other in the Stanley Cup Finals, where Ken’s Canadiens beat Terry’s Boston Bruins.[149]
Redmond Mickey, Dick  Canada
Regehr Robyn, Richie  Canada Both brothers played together for the Calgary Flames.[171] Only NHL brothers to be born in the Southern Hemisphere.
Reinhart Max*, Griffin*, Sam*  Canada
Richard Maurice, Henri  Canada Both brothers played together for the Montreal Canadiens from 1955 to 1960. Won the Stanley Cup all five years they played together. Henri won 11 Stanley Cups, a record for a player; combined with Maurice’s eight, they own the record for most Stanley Cups by any combination of brothers.[172][173]
Richards Todd, Travis  United States Travis only played three games in the NHL, and Todd only played eight.
Ritchie Brett*, Nick*  Canada
Rivers Shawn, Jamie  Canada Shawn only played four games in the NHL.[174]
Roberge Mario, Serge  Canada Serge only played nine games in the NHL.[175]
Roberts Doug, Gordie  United States Both brothers played for the Boston Bruins.[176]
Robertson Geordie, Torrie  Canada Geordie only played five games in the NHL.[177]
Robinson Larry, Moe  Canada Moe played only one game in the NHL, with Larry, for the Montreal Canadiens.[178]
Roche Des, Earl  Canada Both brothers played together for the Montreal Maroons in the 1930–31 NHL season and the 1932–33 NHL season. The brother also played together for the Detroit Red Wings in the 1934–35 NHL season. They also played together for the original Ottawa Senators in the 1932–33 NHL season and the 1933–34 NHL season.[179]
Rolston Ron, Brian  Canada Ron never played in the NHL, but was the head coach of the Buffalo Sabres from March to November 2013.
Rousseau Rollie, Guy, Bobby  Canada All three played for the Montreal Canadiens. However, Guy only played four games in the NHL, and Rollie only played two.[180]
Roy Patrick, Stephane  Canada Stephane only played 12 games in the NHL.[181]
Russell Kris*, Ryan (twins)  Canada Briefly teammates for the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2011–12; Kris was a draft pick while Ryan was acquired in a trade with Montreal.
Ruutu Jarkko, Tuomo*  Finland
Sacco Joe, David  United States Both brothers played together from 1994 to 1996 with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim; both were also drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs.[182]
Samuelsson Philip*, Henrik*  United States Both brothers play for the Arizona Coyotes.
Sauer Kurt, Michael  United States Both brothers' careers were cut short due to concussions.[183]
Sauve Bob, Jean-Francois  Canada Both brothers played together from 1980 to 1983 with the Buffalo Sabres.[184]
Schaefer Peter, Nolan  Canada Nolan only played seven games in the NHL.[185]
Schenn Luke*, Brayden*  Canada Both brothers played together for the Philadelphia Flyers from 2013–16, and also played for the Los Angeles Kings at one point in their careers. Both brothers were also drafted fifth overall in their respective draft years; Luke in 2008 by the Toronto Maple Leafs, and Brayden in 2009 by the Kings. During the second round of the 2012 NHL Draft, Luke was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers, joining his brother Brayden, who was traded there the year before. Luke was traded to the Kings in January 2016, joining brother Brayden's first NHL team.
Schmautz Cliff, Bobby  Canada [186]
Schmidt Jack, Otto  Canada Both brothers played for the Boston Bruins.[187]
Schock Ron, Danny  Canada Both brothers played for the Boston Bruins.[188]
Sedin Henrik*, Daniel* (twins)  Sweden Both brothers play for the Vancouver Canucks, where they are linemates. Both brother were drafted by Vancouver in 1999, Daniel second overall, and Henrik third.[16][88] Both brothers won the Art Ross Trophy, Henrik in 2010 and Daniel in 2011. Both brothers also won gold medals as representatives of Sweden at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Seiling Rod, Ric  Canada [189]
Sestito Tim, Tom  United States
Shannon Darryl, Darrin  Canada Both brothers played for the Buffalo Sabres. Both played together from 1994 to 1996 with the original Winnipeg Jets.[190]
Sheehy Timothy, Neil  United States Both brothers played for the Hartford Whalers.[191]
Sheppard Johnny, Frank  Canada Both played for the Detroit Red Wings.
Shore Drew, Nick  United States Drew plays for the Calgary Flames. He formerly played for the Florida Panthers. Nick plays for the Los Angeles Kings.
Simon Cully, Thain  Canada Both brothers played for the Detroit Red Wings. Thain only played three games in the NHL.[192]
Sigalet Jordan, Jonathan  Canada Both brothers played one game for the Boston Bruins; they were teammates for the Bruins' minor league affiliate.[193]
Smith Brendan*, Reilly*  Canada
Smith Brian, Gary  Canada Both brothers played for the Minnesota North Stars.[194]
Smith Gord, Billy  Canada Both were drafted in the fifth round and 59th overall. Gord in 1969 by the New York Rangers, and Billy in 1970 by the Los Angeles Kings.[195]
Smith Kenny, Don  Canada Both brothers played for the New York Rangers. Don only played ten games in the NHL.[196]
Smyth Kevin, Ryan  Canada [197]
Sobchuk Gene, Dennis  Canada Gene only played one game in the NHL.[198]
Staal Eric*, Marc*, Jordan*, Jared  Canada [199] Eric won the 2006 Stanley Cup with Carolina and Jordan won in 2009 with Pittsburgh. On Friday June 22, 2012, the Pittsburgh Penguins traded Jordan Staal to the Carolina Hurricanes, and Jordan joined his brother and then-captain of the Hurricanes Eric Staal.[200] Jared briefly joined Jordan and Eric with the Hurricanes in April 2013. On February 28, 2016, Eric was traded to the New York Rangers, joining brother Marc.
Stanfield Jack, Fred, Jim  Canada Jack and Fred both played for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1965–66 NHL season. However, Jack only played one game in the NHL, it was in the playoffs. Jim only played seven games in the NHL.[201]
Stankiewicz Ed, Myron  Canada Ed only played six games in the NHL.[202]
Stastny Marian, Peter, Anton  Czechoslovakia
(now  Slovakia)
All three played for the Quebec Nordiques together from 1981 to 1985, only the second time that three brothers played for the same team.[15][203]
Stastny Yan, Paul*  United States Sons of Peter Stastny[203] Paul is currently playing for the St. Louis Blues, a team Yan has previously played for.
Stevens Scott, Mike  Canada [204]
Stewart Anthony, Chris*  Canada
Stone Michael*, Mark*  Canada
Stuart Mike, Mark*, Colin  United States Both Colin and Mark played for the Atlanta Thrashers. Mike only played three games in the NHL.[205]
Subban P.K.*, Malcolm*  Canada Their third brother, Jordan, was drafted by Vancouver in 2013, but has yet to play an NHL game.
Sullivan Frank, Peter  Canada Frank only played eight games in the NHL.[206]
Sundström Patrik, Peter (twins)  Sweden Played part of the 1989–90 NHL season together for the New Jersey Devils.[207]
Sutter Brian, Darryl, Duane, Brent, Rich, Ron (Rich & Ron are twins)  Canada Set a record when four of the brothers played in the same game; Duane & Brent with the New York Islanders beat Rich and Ron's Philadelphia Flyers. Brent and Duane won two Stanley Cups together with the Islanders in 1982 and 1983.[208] Darryl won two Stanley Cups as head coach of the Los Angeles Kings in 2012 and 2014.[209] Rich & Ron were first set of twins to play in the NHL.[16]
Sweatt Lee, Bill  United States Both played for the Vancouver Canucks.
Tanev Chris*, Brandon*  Canada Both players were signed as free agents out of college..
Taylor Tim, Chris  Canada Played part of the 1998–99 NHL season together for the Boston Bruins.[210]
Teal Skip, Vic  Canada Both brothers only played one game in the NHL, Skip with the Boston Bruins and Vic with the New York Islanders.[211]
Thompson Tiny, Paul  Canada First time in NHL history where one brother scored on another (Paul scored on Tiny on December 21, 1937). Faced each other in the 1929 Stanley Cup Finals, where Tiny’s Boston Bruins beat Paul’s New York Rangers.[212]
Timonen Kimmo, Jussi  Finland Both brothers played for the Philadelphia Flyers.[213]
Tjarnqvist Daniel, Mathias  Sweden [214]
Toppazzini Zellio, Jerry  Canada Both brothers played for the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Black Hawks.[215]
Trottier Bryan, Rocky  Canada [216]
Turgeon Sylvain, Pierre  Canada Both brothers played for the Montreal Canadiens.[217]
van Riemsdyk James*, Trevor*  United States
Vandermeer Pete, Jim  Canada Both brothers played for the Phoenix Coyotes.
Vopat Jan, Roman  Czech Republic Both brothers played together for parts of the 1996–97 and 1997–98 seasons with the Los Angeles Kings.[218]
Warwick Grant, Bill  Canada Both brothers played together from 1941 to 1943 with the New York Rangers.[219]
Watson Joe, Jimmy  Canada Both brothers played together from 1973 to 1978 with the Philadelphia Flyers, winning the Stanley Cup in 1974 and 1975.[220]
Wellwood Kyle, Eric  Canada
Wesley Blake, Glen  Canada Both brothers played for the Hartford Whalers and the Toronto Maple Leafs.[221]
Williams Fred, Gord  Canada Gord only played two games in the NHL.[222]
Williams Tom, Butch  United States Both brothers played for the California Golden Seals.[223]
Wilson Johnny, Larry  Canada Both brothers played together in the Detroit Red Wings system from 1949 to 1953, and for part of the 1955–56 NHL season with the Chicago Blackhawks.[224]
Wilson Murray, Doug  Canada [225]
Yaremchuk Gary, Ken  Canada Both brothers played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[226]
Zalewski Steven, Mike  United States

Parent-children[edit]

John Grahame has two unique familial connections: he played goal for the same team (Boston) as his father Ron, and his mother (Charlotte) also won the Stanley Cup as an executive with the Colorado Avalanche.
Last name Parent Children Country Notes:
Abel Sid Gerry  Canada,  United States Gerry played one game in the NHL.[227]
Acton Keith Will  Canada Both Keith and Will have played for the Edmonton Oilers, Keith is currently one of the team's associate coaches.
Adam Russ Luke*  Canada Russ played eight games in the NHL.
Apps Syl Syl Jr.  Canada [228]
Archibald Jim Josh*  Canada,  United States Jim only played sixteen NHL games.[229]
Arnason Chuck Tyler  Canada,  United States
Ashton Brent Carter  Canada
Attwell Ron Bob  Canada,  United States Both Ron and Bob played twenty-two games in the NHL. Each of them also only recorded one goal.[230]
Bassen Hank Bob  Canada Both played for the Chicago Black Hawks.[231]
Barrie Len Tyson*  Canada
Bennett Harvey, Sr. Curt, Harvey Jr., Bill  Canada,  United States Harvey Sr. and Bill both played for the Boston Bruins.[10]
Boileau Rene Marc  Canada René only played seven games in the NHL.[232]
Bouchard Emile "Butch" Pierre  Canada Both won the Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens.[233]
Bordeleau Paulin Sebastien  Canada,  France Both played only five Stanley Cup playoff games.[18]
Bourque Ray Chris*, Ryan*  Canada,  United States Chris played briefly for the Bruins, the team his father Ray spent the majority of his career with.[234]
Bowman Scotty Stan  Canada Both have worked under the Chicago Blackhawks organization.
Brown Adam Andy  Canada Both played for the Detroit Red Wings.[235]
Brown Doug Patrick*  United States
Bubla/Slegr Jiri Jiri  Czech Republic They both played for the Vancouver Canucks. They both won the IIHF World Hockey Championship Gold Medals. Jiri the son uses his step-father's surname, Slegr.[236][237]
Buchanan Ralph Ron  Canada Ralph only played two games in the NHL, and Ron only played five.[238]
Burakovsky Robert Andre*  Sweden
Campbell Colin Gregory*  Canada
Carr Al Gene  Canada Al only played five games in the NHL.[239]
Chorney Marc Taylor*  Canada,  United States [240]
Chouinard Guy Eric  Canada [241]
Clancy King Terry  Canada Both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[242]
Colley Tom Kevin  Canada Tom played only one game in the NHL.[243]
Conacher Charlie Pete  Canada Both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[244]
Conacher Lionel Brian  Canada [245]
Cote Alain Jean-Philippe  Canada Jean-Philippe only played eight games in the NHL. All eight were played with the Montreal Canadiens.[246]
Couturier Sylvain Sean*  Canada
Creighton Dave Adam  Canada Both played for the Chicago Blackhawks.[247]
Crombeen Mike B.J.  Canada Both played for the St. Louis Blues[248]
Crozier Joe Greg  Canada Greg played only one game in the NHL.[249]
Cullen Barry John  Canada Both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[250]
DeFazio Dean Brandon*  Canada
DeMarco Ab, Sr. Ab, Jr.  Canada Both played for the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers.[251]
Dineen Bill Peter, Gord, Kevin  Canada Bill was Kevin's coach with the Philadelphia Flyers.[53]
Domi Tie Max*  Canada
Dube Norm Christian  Canada [252]
Duchesne Gaetan Jeremy  Canada,  United States
Eaves Mike Patrick*  United States
Erixon Jan Tim*  Sweden Tim played for the New York Rangers, the same team that his father played for.
Ferguson John Sr. John Jr.  Canada John Sr. played for the Montreal Canadiens, and John Jr. was drafted by Montreal, but never played in the NHL.[253]
Ferguson Norm Craig  Canada [254]
Ferraro Ray Landon*  Canada
Fletcher Cliff Chuck  Canada Cliff won the Stanley Cup in 1989 as general manager of the Calgary Flames; after having been a part of three finalist teams, Chuck finally did the same twenty years later as assistant general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009. Chuck is currently the general manager of the Minnesota Wild.
Fogolin Lee Sr. Lee Jr.  Canada,  United States [255]
Foligno Mike Nick*, Marcus*  Canada,  United States Both Mike and Marcus played for the Buffalo Sabres.[256]
Foster Dwight Alex  Canada,  United States Alex only played three games in the NHL.
Francis Emile Bobby  Canada,  United States [257]
Gagner Dave Sam*  Canada [258]
Gainey Bob Steve  Canada Steve was drafted by his father, who was general manager of the Dallas Stars.[259]
Gardner Cal Dave, Paul  Canada Cal and Paul both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[66]
Geoffrion Bernie Dan  Canada All generations played for the Montreal Canadiens.[260][261]
Geoffrion Dan Blake  Canada,  United States
Goldup Hank Glenn  Canada[262]
Grahame Ron and Charlotte John  Canada,  United States Ron and John are the only father-son goalie combination to play for the same team, the Boston Bruins.[263] On February 4, 2006, John faced Brent Johnson, the first time two-second generation goaltenders faced each other in an NHL game.[264]
Hajt Bill Chris  Canada,  United States Chris only played six games in the NHL.[265]
Hagman Matti Niklas  Finland First Finnish father-son pair in NHL history.[266] They both have seven points in their NHL playoff careers.
Hampson Ted Gord  Canada Gord only played four games in the NHL.[267]
Hanson David Christian  United States
Haworth Gordie Alan  Canada Gordie only played two games in the NHL.[268]
Hextall Bryan Bryan, Jr., Dennis  Canada All three played for the New York Rangers.[81]
Hextall Bryan, Jr. Ron  Canada [81]
Hicks Wayne Alex  United States,  Canada Both played for the Pittsburgh Penguins.[269]
Hodge Ken Ken, Jr.  Canada,  United States Both played for the Boston Bruins; became first father-son duo to score a hat-trick for the same team.[270]
Holmes Louis Chuck  Canada [271]
Howe Gordie Mark, Marty  Canada,  United States All three played together during the 1979–80 NHL season with the Hartford Whalers, the only such time in NHL history that a father and his sons were active at the same time.[89]
Hull Bobby Brett  Canada,  United States Both played for the Winnipeg Jets/Phoenix Coyotes franchise; Brett wore his father’s retired number 9 when he joined the Coyotes.[272] Only father-son combination to win the Hart Memorial Trophy for league MVP.[273]
Ingarfield Earl, Sr. Earl, Jr.  Canada,  United States [274]
Johansen Bill Trevor  Canada Both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[275]
Johnson Bob Mark  United States Mark played for the Pittsburgh Penguins, where his father later coached the team to the franchise's first Stanley Cup championship, in 1991.[276]
Johnson Bob Brent  United States Both played for the St. Louis Blues and Pittsburgh Penguins. On February 4, 2006, Brent faced John Grahame, the first time two second-generation goaltenders faced each other in an NHL game.[264]
Kapanen Sami Kasperi*  Finland
Kearns Dennis Bracken*  Canada
Kromm Bobby Richard  Canada Bobby was a NHL head coach for the Calgary Flames.[277]
Lacroix Pierre Eric  Canada [278]
Lafreniere Roger Jason  Canada Roger only played thirteen games in the NHL.[279]
Laperriere Jacques Daniel  Canada [280]
Larose Claude Guy  Canada [281]
Leach Reggie Jamie  Canada [282]
Lindholm Mikael Elias*  Sweden
Lindsay Bert Ted  Canada Bert only played twenty games in the NHL.[283]
LoPresti Sam Pete  United States First father-son goaltending combination.[284]
Lowe Kevin Keegan*  Canada
Lowry Dave Adam*  Canada
Lukowich Bernie Brad  Canada [285]
MacDermid Paul Lane  Canada One of only two father-son pairs to score first NHL goal on the same date.
Mackell Jack Fleming  Canada [286][287]
Malone Greg Ryan  Canada,  United States Both played for the Pittsburgh Penguins; became only the second father-son duo to score a hat trick for the same team.[270]
Manson Dave Josh*  Canada
Matteau Stephane Stefan*  Canada,  United States
McCreary Bill, Sr. Bill, Jr.  Canada,  United States Bill Jr. only played twelve games in the NHL.[288]
McDonald Gerry Colin*  United States
McMahon Mike, Sr. Mike, Jr.  Canada [289]
McNab Max Peter  Canada,  United States [290]
McRae Basil Philip  Canada,  United States Both played for the St. Louis Blues.
Meloche Gilles Eric  Canada Both played for the Pittsburgh Penguins.[291]
Mikkelson Bill Brendan  Canada
Morrison Jim Dave  Canada [292]
Murphy Gord Connor*  Canada,  United States
Murray Andy Brady  Canada,  United States
Musil Frank David*  Czech Republic David plays for the Edmonton Oilers, the same team that his father played for.
Namestnikov Evgeny Vladislav*  Russia Both have also appeared in the AHL for the Syracuse Crunch. Vladislav made his NHL debut with the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2014.
Nilsson Kent Robert  Sweden Both played for the Edmonton Oilers.[293]
Nolan Ted Brandon, Jordan*  Canada Ted was an assistant coach for the Hartford Whalers. Brandon played for the franchise in Carolina.[294]
Nylander Michael William*  Sweden William's first NHL-goal was assisted by the same player who assisted on Michael's last NHL-goal.
Nystrom Bob Eric*  Canada,  United States [293]
O'Flaherty Peanuts Gerry  Canada,  United States [295]
Olsen Darryl Dylan*  Canada
Palazzari Aldo Doug  United States [296]
Parise J.P. Zach*  Canada,  United States
Patrick Lester Lynn, Muzz  Canada Lester was general manager of the New York Rangers when Lynn and Muzz won the Stanley Cup in 1940. Muzz would later go on to serve as general manager.[155]
Patrick Lynn Craig, Glenn  Canada,  United States Craig was general manager of the New York Rangers, becoming the third generation of his family to run the franchise (following grandfather Lester and father Lynn).[155][156]
Peters Jimmy, Sr. Jimmy, Jr.  Canada Both played for the Detroit Red Wings.[297]
Plante Cam Alex  Canada Cam only played two games in the NHL, while Alex has only played seven.[298]
Poile Bud David  Canada David is the Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations and General Manager of the Nashville Predators.
Pratt Babe Tracy  Canada Both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[299]
Pyatt Nelson Taylor, Tom  Canada
Raglan Clare "Rags" Herb  Canada [300]
Ramage Rob John*  Canada,  United States Rob and John both played for the Calgary Flames; Rob won the Stanley Cup with Calgary in 1989 while son John made his debut with the team in 2015.[301]
Reinhart Paul Max*, Griffin*, Sam*  Canada [302]
Reise Leo Leo Jr.  Canada First father-son combination to play in the NHL; both played for the New York Rangers.[303]
Richmond Steve Danny  United States
Riggin Dennis Pat  Canada Dennis only played eighteen games in the NHL.[304]
Roberts Doug David  United States [305]
Robinson Doug Rob  Canada [306]
Rychel Warren Kerby*  Canada
Samuelsson Ulf Philip*, Henrik*  Sweden,  United States Both Ulf and Philip played for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Sauve Bob Philippe  Canada,  United States [184]
Sauve Jean-Francois Maxime  Canada [307]
Shero Fred Ray  Canada,  United States Fred was the head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers' first and second Stanley Cup-winning teams in 1974 and 1975; Ray was general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins' third in 2009.
Smedsmo/Byfuglien Dale Dustin  United States Dale is Dustin's step-father. Dustin goes by his mother's birthname, Byfuglien.
Smith Des Brian, Gary  Canada Des and Gary both played with the Chicago Black Hawks.[194]
Smith Stuart Brian  Canada Stuart only played seventeen games in the NHL.[308]
Smrke Stan John  Canada,  United States Stan only played nine games in the NHL.[309]
Spring Frank Corey  Canada Corey only played sixteen games in the NHL.[310]
Stapleton Pat Mike  Canada Both played for the Chicago Blackhawks.[311]
Stastny Peter Yan, Paul*  Slovakia,  United States Paul is currently playing for the St. Louis Blues, the same team that his father, Peter, and brother, Yan, played.[203]
Steen Thomas Alexander*  Sweden [312]
Stephenson Bob Shay  Canada Bob only played eighteen games in the NHL, and Shay only played two.
Sutter Brent Brandon*  Canada Brandon is currently playing for the Vancouver Canucks, the same team that his uncle, Rich Sutter, played.
Sutter Darryl Brett*  Canada Brett made his debut with the Calgary Flames while his father was serving as the team's general manager.[313]
Sutter Duane Brody*  Canada
Tambellini Steve Jeff*  Canada Jeff played for the Vancouver Canucks, the club that his father had been the assistant general manager for until April 2008.
Taylor Billy, Sr. Billy, Jr.  Canada Both played two games for the New York Rangers; those were the only two of Billy Jr.’s NHL career.[314]
Thomas Steve Christian*  Canada
Tinordi Mark Jarred*  Canada,  United States
Turnbull Perry Travis  Canada,  United States
Vachon Rogie Nicholas  Canada Nick played only one game in the NHL.[315]
Walter Ryan Ben  Canada [316]
Walton Bob Mike  Canada Bob only played four games in the NHL.[317]
Ward Don Joe  Canada Joe only played four games in the NHL.[318]
Wilson Jerry Carey  Canada Jerry only played three games in the NHL.[319]
Wilson Carey Colin*  Canada,  United States [320]
Wilson Larry Ron  Canada,  United States [321]
Wilson Rick Landon  Canada,  United States [322]
Wood Randy Miles*  United States

Grandfather-grandsons[edit]

This category is for such pairings not already listed in the "Parent-Children" section above (i.e., maternal grandparents): grandfathers Bernie Geoffrion, Bryan Hextall, Lester Patrick, Jerry Wilson.

Brent Johnson is the grandson of former Detroit Red Wings player Sid Abel, whose jersey (number 12) is shown here.
Grandfather Grandson Country Notes
Sid Abel Brent Johnson  Canada [323]
Bobby Baun Kyle Baun*  Canada
Dit Clapper Greg Theberge  Canada [324]
Glenn Hall Grant Stevenson  Canada [325]
Howie Morenz Dan Geoffrion  Canada Both played for the Montreal Canadiens.[260]
Andre Pronovost Anthony Mantha*  Canada Mantha plays for the Detroit Red Wings, the same team that his grandfather played for.[326]
Bill Stewart Paul Stewart  United States Both were on-ice officials in the NHL. Bill also coached the Chicago Black Hawks to the 1938 Stanley Cup, and Paul played 21 games with the Quebec Nordiques.

Great-grandfather & great-grandson[edit]

Great-grandfather Great-grandson Country Notes
Howie Morenz Blake Geoffrion  Canada,  United States Blake became the first fourth-generation player in the league. All four generations have played for the Montreal Canadiens.

Uncles-nephews[edit]

This category is for such pairings not already listed in the "Father-Son" & "Siblings" sections above.

Jeff Beukeboom, pictured here with the New York Rangers, is the nephew of Ed Kea and cousin of Joe Nieuwendyk.
Uncle Nephew Country Notes
George Armstrong Dale McCourt  Canada
Scott Arniel Jamie Arniel  Canada Both played for the Boston Bruins.
Scott Bjugstad Nick Bjugstad*  United States
Toe Blake Mike Blake  Canada
Johnny Bucyk Randy Bucyk  Canada [327]
Billy Carroll Boone Jenner*  Canada
Guy Chouinard Marc Chouinard  Canada
Dave Christian Brock Nelson*  United States
Lionel, Charlie, & Roy Conacher Murray Henderson  Canada Murray and Roy both played for the Boston Bruins.[328]
Marty Dallman Kevin Dallman  Canada [329]
Billy Dea James Wisniewski*  Canada,
 United States
Both played for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Barry Dean Zack Smith*  Canada
Dave Dunn Brett Clark  Canada [330]
Roy Edwards Don Edwards  Canada
Clark Gillies Colton Gillies  Canada
Mike & Paul Gillis Matt & Adam* Pelech  Canada
Jeff Hackett Matt Hackett*  Canada
Floyd, Larry, & Wayne Hillman Brian Savage  Canada Brian played for the Montreal Canadiens, where Larry previously played, and the Philadelphia Flyers, who both Larry and Wayne played for.[331]
Bobby Holik David Musil*  Czech Republic
Wes Jarvis Alex Foster  Canada,
 United States
Foster played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, the same team as his uncle played.
Mike Johnston Ryan Johnston*  Canada Mike never played in the NHL, but was the head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins from June 2014 to December 2015. Ryan's sister (and Mike's niece) Rebecca is a member of the Canada women's national ice hockey team and a two-time Olympic gold winner.
Ed Kea Jeff Beukeboom & Joe Nieuwendyk  Canada [332][333]
Dan Kesa Milan Lucic*  Canada [334]
Hec, Wally & Ken Kilrea Brian Kilrea  Canada [335]
Vyacheslav Kozlov & Ivan Novoseltsev Vladislav Namestnikov*  Russia
Steve Leach Jay Leach  United States Both played for the Boston Bruins.
Jacques Lemaire Manny Fernandez  Canada While Fernandez played for the Minnesota Wild, Lemaire was his coach.[336]
Mikael Lindholm Calle Jarnkrok*  Sweden
Greg Malone Brad Malone*  Canada
Jim McFadden Bill Mikkelson  Canada
Earl Miller Bill Hay  Canada Both played for the Chicago Blackhawks. Bill was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder, as was his father, Charles.[337][338]
Sergio Momesso Marco Scandella*  Canada
Bryan & Terry Murray Tim Murray  Canada
Dennis O'Brien Shane O'Brien*  Canada [339]
Peanuts O'Flaherty Craig Muni  Canada
Jimmy Peters, Sr. Glen Currie  Canada [340]
Lance Pitlick Tyler Pitlick*  United States
Didier Pitre Vic Desjardins  Canada,
 United States
Pitre was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1962, Desjardins was elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1974.[341]
Bill Ranford Brendan Ranford*  Canada
Bob Sauve Maxime Sauve  Canada
Jean-Francois Sauve Philippe Sauve  Canada,  United States
Bob Stephenson Chandler Stephenson*  Canada
Gary Suter Ryan Suter*  United States Gary's brother and Ryan's father Bob played on the U.S. Olympic hockey team during the 1980 Miracle on Ice; Gary later represented the U.S. at the 2002 Winter Olympics.[342]
Mario Tremblay Pascal Trépanier  Canada

Grand-uncle & grand-nephews[edit]

Grand-uncle Grand-nephew Country Notes
Lou Fontinato Greg McKegg*  Canada
Jim McFadden Brendan Mikkelson  Canada
Marcel, Claude, & Jean Pronovost Anthony Mantha*  Canada Mantha plays for the Detroit Red Wings, the same team that his granduncle Marcel played for.
Zellio & Jerry Toppazzini Justin Williams*  Canada

Cousins[edit]

Joe Thornton was teammates with his cousin Scott on the San Jose Sharks.
David Moss is the first cousin of Phil Kessel.
Cousin Cousin Cousin Country Notes
Tony Amonte Charlie Coyle* Bobby Sheehan  United States Amonte and Coyle are first cousins while Sheehan and Coyle are second cousins.
Bob Attwell Bill McCreary Jr.  Canada [288]
Larry Aurie Cummy Burton  Canada Burton received special permission from James Norris to wear Aurie's retired No. 6 Detroit Red Wings sweater during Burton's tenure with the team.
Ralph Backstrom Daren Puppa  Canada Ralph had long retired by the time Daren joined the NHL.[343]
Jeff Beukeboom Joe Nieuwendyk  Canada [332][333]
Henry Boucha T.J. Oshie* Gary Sargent  United States Boucha and Sargent are seconds cousins. Oshie is second cousins once removed from both Boucha and Sargent. Boucha and Sargent both played for the Minnesota North Stars.[344]
Pierre-Marc Bouchard P.A. Parenteau*  Canada Seconds cousins. Both played for the New York Islanders.[345]
Johnny Boychuk* Zach Boychuk*  Canada Third cousins.[346]
Andy Brickley Connor Brickley*  United States First cousins (once removed).
Wade & Sheldon Brookbank Geoff Sanderson  Canada Wade and Geoff played for the Carolina Hurricanes and the Vancouver Canucks at some point in their own careers.
Robin Burns Pat Burns  Canada [347]
Lyndon Byers Dane Byers  Canada [348]
Jim Cain Herb Cain  Canada
Terry Carkner Matt Carkner  Canada Third cousins.
Chris Chelios Nikos Tselios  United States Chris's father legally changed his family's name from Tselios to Chelios.[349]
Marc Chouinard Eric Chouinard  Canada Played together during the 2003–04 NHL season for the Minnesota Wild.[350]
Wendel Clark Joe Kocur Barry Melrose  Canada Clark & Melrose are first cousins with each other, and both are distant cousins of Kocur. Kocur has played with both his cousins for the Detroit Red Wings; he and Melrose were teammates for part of the 1985–86 NHL season towards the end of Melrose's career, while Clark was his teammate during the 1998–99 NHL season.[351]
Brian Conacher Pete Conacher Murray Henderson  Canada Both Conacher cousins played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[328][352] Cory Conacher is also more distantly related.[353]
Adam Deadmarsh Butch Deadmarsh  Canada Second cousins.[354]
Shane Doan* Keaton Ellerby Carey Price*  Canada Doan and Ellerby are first cousins while Doan and Ellerby are Price's second cousins.[355]
Shawn Evans Dennis Kearns  Canada [356] Evans is also cousins, once removed, with Kearns' son Bracken Kearns.
Tom Fitzgerald Keith Tkachuk Jimmy* & Kevin Hayes*  United States Fitzgerald and Tkachuk are first cousins while Hayes' brothers and Fitzgerald and Tkachuk are second cousins. Jimmy is currently playing for the Boston Bruins. Both Tom and Jimmy also played for the Chicago Blackhawks as well as the Florida Panthers.[357]
Ron Francis Mike Liut  Canada Second cousins who both played for the Hartford Whalers.[358]
Chris Gratton Dan Gratton Josh Gratton  Canada Josh played for the Phoenix Coyotes, where Chris played for two seasons; both also previously played for the Philadelphia Flyers.[359][360]
Bep Guidolin Aldo Guidolin  Canada
Dale Hoganson Paul Hoganson  Canada [361]
Calle Jarnkrok* Elias Lindholm*  Sweden
Doug Jarvis Wes Jarvis  Canada Both played for the Washington Capitals, but just missed playing together; Wes was traded to the Minnesota North Stars a month before Doug came over from Montreal.[362][363]
Reg Kerr Alan Kerr  Canada [364]
Phil Kessel* David Moss  United States [365]
Joe Kocur Chandler Stephenson*  Canada
Georges Laraque Jean-Luc Grand-Pierre  Canada
Ted Lindsay Bob Errey  Canada Third cousins. Both played for the Detroit Red Wings.
Morris Lukowich Bernie Lukowich  Canada Morris is also cousins, once removed, with Bernie's son Brad Lukowich.
Ryan Malone Brad Malone*  United States,
 Canada
Mitch & Joby Messier Paul & Mark Messier James Wisniewski*  Canada,
 United States
Second cousins. Joby & Mark played together from 1992 to 1995 with the New York Rangers.[133][134]
Kelly, Kevin & Kip Miller Ryan* & Drew* Miller  United States Kevin and Drew both played for the Detroit Red Wings. Drew and Kip both played for the Anaheim Ducks.[139]
Craig Muni Gerry O'Flaherty  Canada,
 United States
Both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.[295]
Scott & Rob Niedermayer Jason Strudwick  Canada [366]
Mike David Peluso Mike Peluso  United States Both played for the Chicago Blackhawks and the New Jersey Devils.[367]
Jim Peplinski Larry Trader  Canada
Bob Perreault Gilbert Perreault  Canada [368]
Jimmy Peters, Jr. Glen Currie  Canada Both played for the Los Angeles Kings.
Frank Pietrangelo Alex Pietrangelo*  Canada Third cousins.[369]
Jean & Denis Potvin Marc Potvin  Canada Second cousins. Marc & Jean both played for the Los Angeles Kings.[165]
Dick & Mickey Redmond Craig Redmond  Canada Second cousins.[370]
Randy Rota Darcy Rota  Canada [371]
Philippe Sauve Maxime Sauve  United States,
 Canada
Both were drafted in the second round of their respective drafts.
Jean Savard Denis Savard  Canada
Nick Schultz* Jesse Schultz  Canada
Eric*, Marc*, Jordan*, & Jared Staal Jeff Heerema  Canada All Staal brothers, except Marc, have played for the Carolina Hurricanes, where Jeff used to play.[199]
Shay Stephenson Chandler Stephenson*  Canada
Cam Stewart Greg Stewart  Canada
Brett Sutter* Brandon Sutter* Brody Sutter*  Canada All Sutter cousins, except Brody, were former players of the Carolina Hurricanes. Brett and Brandon played sixteen games together with the Carolina Hurricanes across the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons.[313] Brandon was part of a 'family' trade in 2012, teaming brothers Jordan and Eric Staal in Carolina for the 2012–13 NHL season.
Scott Thornton Joe Thornton*  Canada Played together for part of the 2005–06 NHL season with the San Jose Sharks.[372]
John Tonelli Ryan Jones  Canada [373]
Perry Turnbull Randy Turnbull  Canada Randy only played one game in the NHL.[374]

In-law[edit]

This category is for pairings of in-laws.

Alexander Selivanov's father-in-law is Phil Esposito, who was his general manager while he played for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Bobby Holik, pictured here with the Atlanta Thrashers, is the brother-in-law of Frank Musil.
In-law In-law Country Notes
Sid & Gerry Abel Bob Johnson  Canada,  United States Johnson's father-in-law and brother-in-law. He is also the father of Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Brent Johnson.
Maxim Afinogenov Max Pacioretty*  Russia,  United States Brothers-in-law. Pacioretty married Afinogenov's sister, Katia Afinogenova.
Mike Backman Matt Moulson* and Jonathan Quick*  Canada,  United States Mike Backman is father-in-law to both. Moulson is married to Backman's daughter Alicia. Quick is married to Backman's daughter Jaclyn.[375]
Pete Backor Rudy Migay  Canada Brothers-in-law who both played for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Mike Boland Don Luce  Canada Brothers-in-law who both played together for part of the 1978–79 NHL season with the Buffalo Sabres. Luce is married to Boland's sister, Diane.[376]
John Blum Paul & Mark Messier, Mitch & Joby Messier, and James Wisniewski*  Canada,  United States Brothers-in-law and second cousins-in-law. Wisniewski is also second cousin-in-law. John and Mark both played for the Edmonton Oilers. Blum is married to Paul and Mark's sister, Jennifer.[134]
Garth Butcher Doug & Mark Morrison  Canada Brothers-in-law. Butcher is married to Morrisons' sister.[144]
Guy Carbonneau Brenden Morrow  Canada Father-in-law and son-in-law, who were teammates on the Dallas Stars for the 1999–2000 NHL season.[377]
Jeff Chychrun Luke Richardson  Canada Brothers-in-law. Chychrun married Richardson's sister, Nancy. Both played for the Edmonton Oilers, as teammates, and the Philadelphia Flyers.
Bobby Clarke Peter White  Canada Father-in-law and son-in-law. White played for the Philadelphia Flyers while Clarke was the team's general manager.[378]
Shayne Corson Darcy Tucker  Canada Brothers-in-law who played together for the Montreal Canadiens from 1996 to 1998, and the Toronto Maple Leafs from 2000 to 2003. Tucker is married to Corson's sister, Shannon.[379]
Alain & Jean-Philippe Cote Luc Dufour  Canada Dufour's brother-in-law and nephew-in-law. Alain & Luc both played for the Quebec Nordiques.[380]
Bob Dill Bob Paradise  United States Father-in-law and son-in-law.
Dallas Eakins Andreas Karlsson  Canada,  Sweden Brothers-in-law. Both Ingrid Kavelaars, wife of Eakins, and Monique Kavelaars, wife of Karlsson, are twin sisters.
Phil & Tony Esposito Alexander Selivanov  Canada,  Russia Selivanov's father-in-law and uncle-in-law. Selivanov played for the Tampa Bay Lightning while Phil was the team's general manager.[381]
Ray Ferraro Tony Granato  Canada,  United States Brothers-in-law who played together for part of the 1995–96 NHL season with the Los Angeles Kings; they also played, though not together, for the New York Rangers. Ferraro is married to Tony's sister Cammi, who played for the United States women's national ice hockey team.[382]
Mike, Nick* & Marcus* Foligno Wade Redden  Canada,  United States Redden's uncle-in-law and cousins-in-law. Nick and Wade both played for the Ottawa Senators. Redden married to Mike's niece and Nick and Marcus' cousin, Danica Topolnisky.
Danny Gare Tom Renney  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both of them have been part of the Edmonton Oilers organization, though not simultaneously. Danny was a player in 1986–87 NHL season and Tom was the head coach from 2010-2012.[383]
Bernie, Dan, & Blake Geoffrion Hartland Monahan  Canada Monahan's father-in-law, brother-in-law, and nephew-in-law.[260]
Ken Gernander Trent Klatt  United States Brothers-in-law. Were linemates together for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers.[384]
Ryan Getzlaf* Keith Aulie  Canada Cousins-in-law. Aulie married Getzlaf's cousin, Ashley Getzlaf.
Eddie Giacomin Mike, Nick* & Marcus* Foligno  Canada Giacomin's nephew-in-law and grand-nephew-in-law. Eddie and Mike both played for the Detroit Red Wings. Mike married Eddie's niece, Janis Giacomin, mother to Nick and Marcus.
Doug Gibson Craig Ramsay  Canada Brothers-in-law.[385]
Clark Gillies Bob Bourne  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both played for the New York Islanders. Bourne's son, Justin, married Gilles' daughter, Brianna.
Bobby Holik Frank Musil  Czech Republic Brothers-in-law. Musil is married to Holik's sister, Andrea Holikova.[386]
Kerry Huffman Mike Posavad  Canada Brothers-in-law.[387]
Pat Hughes Mark Napier  Canada Brothers-in-law who won two Stanley Cups together, first with the Montreal Canadiens in 1979 and again with the Edmonton Oilers in 1985. Both also played for the Buffalo Sabres.[388]
Doug & Wes Jarvis Dwight Foster  Canada Foster and Wes Jarvis are brothers-in-law. Foster married Wes' sister, Maryann. Foster and Doug Jarvis are cousins-in-law.
Mike Keenan Joe Nieuwendyk  Canada Second cousins-in-law. Both Keenan and Nieuwendyk were part of the Calgary Flames and the Florida Panthers organizations as a head coach and a player, respectively. Keenan's second cousin, Derek, married Nieuwendyk's sister, Wendy.
Red Kelly Lou Jankowski  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both played for the Detroit Red Wings.
Rick Lapointe Brad Maxwell  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both played for the Quebec Nordiques.[389]
Rick Ley Don Lever  Canada Brothers-in-law. Ley is married to Lever's sister, Ellen.[390]
Bob Lorimer Jim Nahrgang  Canada Brothers-in-law.[391]
Tom Lysiak Justin Braun*  Canada,  United States Father-in-law and son-in-law. Braun is married Lysiak's daughter, Jessie.
Dave & Don Maloney Doug Sulliman  Canada Brothers-in-law who were teammates on the New York Rangers from 1979 to 1981; Don and Doug were also played for the Hartford Whalers, but not together.[392]
Bill, Sr. & Keith McCreary Rob Attwell  Canada Brothers-in law. Bill and Rob both played for the New York Rangers and the St. Louis Blues.
Howie & Hillary Menard Darren Eliot  Canada Eliot's father-in-law and uncle-in-law. Howie and Darren both played for the Detroit Red Wings and the Los Angeles Kings.[393]
Joe & Pat Micheletti Mike Modano  United States Modano's father-in-law and uncle-in-law. Modano married Joe's daughter, Allison. Pat Micheletti and Mike Modano both played for the Minnesota North Stars.
Howie Morenz Bernie Geoffrion  Canada Father-in-law and son-in-law who both played for the Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers.[260]
Billy Coutu Bernie Geoffrion & Howie Morenz  Canada Coutu's sister-in-law (his wife's sister) was the mother of Morenz's wife, Mary, and grandmother to Geoffrion. Coutu and Morenz played together on the Montreal Canadiens.
Murray Murdoch Billy Dea  Canada Cousins-in-law. Both played for the New York Rangers.
Mike Murphy Vic Venasky  Canada Brothers-in-law who were teammates on the Los Angeles Kings from 1973 to 1979.[394]
Brady Murray Mason Raymond*  Canada Second cousins-in-law. Raymond married Murray's second cousin, Megan.[395]
Evgeny Namestnikov Vyacheslav Kozlov  Russia Brothers-in-law. Namestnikov married Kozlov's sister.
Petteri Nummelin Antti Niemi*  Finland Brothers-in-law. Niemi married Nummelin's sister.[396]
Jacques Plante Nathan Horton*  Canada Horton married Plante's great-niece Tammy, a model. Jacques ended his NHL career with the Bruins, the same team Nathan joined in 2010.
Bob Pulford Dean Lombardi  Canada,  United States Father-in-law and son-in-law who both became general manager of the Los Angeles Kings.
Mika Pyorala Pekka Rinne*  Finland Brothers-in-law. Pyorala married Rinne's twin sister, Anna.[397]
Daryl Reaugh Brendan Morrison  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both Kristin, wife of Reaugh, and Erin, wife of Morrison, are sisters.
Cory Sarich Nick Schultz*  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both Reagan Dibb, wife of Sarich, and Jessica Dibb, wife of Schultz, are sisters.
Derrick Smith Keith & Wayne Primeau  Canada Brothers-in-law. Derrick and Keith played for the Philadelphia Flyers.
Bud Stefanski Cory Stillman  Canada Father-in-law and son-in-law. Stillman married Stefanski's daughter, Mara. Bud played only one game in the NHL.[398]
Mike, Mark*, Colin Stuart Nate Thompson*  United States Brothers-in-law. Thompson married Stuart's sister, Cristin. Both Mark and Nate played for the Boston Bruins.
Josef Vasicek Thomas Vanek*  Czech Republic,  Austria Brothers-in-law. Vasicek's sister married Vanek's brother.[399]
Noah Welch Paul Postma*  United States,  Canada Brothers-in-law. Both played for the Atlanta Thrashers. Welch married Postma's sister, Alissa.

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