Prolific NHL defenseman who spent 27 years playing in the league, setting many longevity records. He was an 11-period All-Star and 3-period Stanley Cup Champ, winning one using the Montreal Canadiens in 1986 and two even more using the Detroit Crimson Wings in 2002 and 2008. He attempted to play university hockey, but quickly discovered he was as well small; he returned home and placed on 40 pounds of muscles. He was 48 years of age when known as up with the Atlanta Thrashers, the oldest participant in the NHL at that time as well as the second-oldest ever. He wedded Tracee Chelios in 1987. He and Tracee possess four children called Tara, Jake, Dean and Caley. His total video games performed in the NHL, over 1,500, shattered the prior record kept by Phil Housley.