50% of the profits from this line benefit The Hamilton Food Share.
The Hamilton Food Share envisions informed communities actively engaged in the elimination of hunger ensuring all community members have access to adequate, safe and appropriate food choices.
Eric James Nattress (1962 - )
Nattress first appeared in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens in the 82-83 season. After three seasons with Montreal, and two more with St. Louis, Nattress was traded to Calgary. It was during his time with the Flames that they won their only Stanley Cup in franchise history.
The strangest, and still unexplainable, moment of his career came in 1992. In a head-scratching move, Calgary traded Nattress ... along with Gilmour, Macoun, Manderville, and Wamsley ... to Toronto. The Maple Leafs have never looked back, and the Flames have never recovered.
Nattress retired following the 92-93 season with the Philadelphia Flyers. He went on to co-host a Maple Leafs post-game radio show.
Height: 6' 3"