MARTY MCSORLEY – Known as one of the toughest men to ever don a hockey uniform, Marty McSorley enjoyed a 19 year career in the National Hockey League with six teams, including the Los Angeles Kings. McSorley won two Stanley Cups with the Edmonton Oilers alongside teammate Wayne Gretzky before they were traded to the Kings in a multi-player deal. Although best known to casual hockey fans for his brawling ability, McSorley’s versatile skills as a player who could play forward or defense made him a sought after player in the NHL.

RALPH DEQUEBEC – was injured by an IED while serving as a Marine in Afghanistan, resulting in bilateral, above-the-knee amputations. He received a Purple Heart and became a Paralympic Gold Medalist in hockey during the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralypmpics. Ralph graduated from San Pedro High School.