Steve Graves (born April 7, 1964 in Trenton, Ontario) is a former professional ice hockey left wing. He spent his junior career with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the OHL before being selected in the second round of the 1982 NHL Entry Draft, 41st overall, by the Edmonton Oilers. In 1984 he was named to the OHL Third All-Star Team, and played his first two NHL games for the Oilers as a 19 year old. Known for his exceptional skating abilities and speed he would play parts of two more seasons in the NHL, and spent the balance of his career in the minors or in Europe. Graves played over 750 games as a Junior and Professional. Graves was a standout with the Canadian National Team over a couple of seasons and led the team in scoring at the Izvestia Tournament in Moscow with 5 goals and 6 points after only 3 games while on loan from his Finnish Club Team. Graves retired after the 1992–93 NHL season.
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