Height: 6' 0", Weight: 195 pounds
Born: 1.31.64 Fort St. John, British Columbia
|How he arrived: Via Entry Draft
How he left: Traded to the Boston Bruins for future considerations, 10.16.91
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
Stewart had not had a great deal of luck during his professional career. Sure, he got to play regularly in both Maine and
Utica, but he struggled to crack the lineup in New Jersey for good.
He probably could have made the team in 87-88, but he suffered a hernia injury during training camp that required
And maybe in 89-90, as well, but he broke his leg when his skate caught a rut on the ice and missed the entire season,
save a couple games in Utica.
Throughout, he was also struggling with alcoholism. It lead him to retire a couple weeks after he was traded to the
He got another chance with the Moncton Hawks, the Winnipeg Jets' AHL farm team, for the 92-93 season before
retiring again for good.
|Entry Draft: 1983 Eleventh Round Pick (205th overall) by the
New Jersey Devils