Colin Patterson

Vice Chairman

Colin Patterson resides in  Calgary, Alberta, with his family, and has been heavily involved in coaching minor youth hockey teams.

Colin Patterson began his NHL career when he signed on as a free agent with the Calgary Flames after being discovered by a scout at Clarkson University. Throughout his years with the Flames, Patterson established himself as a skilled defensive forward. In 1989, he was a runner up to receive the Frank Selke Trophy. The same year, he won the Stanley Cup with the Flames. Patterson played another season with the Flames before he was injured for the 1990-1991 season. Upon his return, he joined the Buffalo Sabres from 1991 to 1993. In 1993, he moved to  Ljubljana, Slovenia where he played a season for HDD Olimpija Ljubljana before his official retirement.