Former right wing who played in the NHL from 1992 to 2010, winning two Stanley Cups, with New Jersey in 1995 and Pittsburgh in 2009, and garnering four All-Star selections; scored 429 goals and recorded 856 points in his 1,263-game NHL career.
He played hockey at Boston College and was selected 5th overall in the 1989 NHL Draft by the New Jersey Devils.
He led the NHL in game-winning goals during the 2003-2004 season.
He raised four children: Kayla, Grace, Liam, and Lexi.
He played alongside legendary goalie Martin Brodeur on the 1995 Stanley Cup Champion New Jersey Devils.