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A humanitarian who happens to be an athlete, Adam Graves earns respect wherever he goes. Drafted by Detroit in 1986 after his rookie OHL season, Graves finally saw some games in 1988. In 1989, he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers, whom he won the Stanley Cup with in 1990. Signed as a free agent by the Rangers in 1991, he helped them win the President’s Trophy when the team hit the 106-point mark. The team did even better in 1994, hitting 112 points. Graves’ 56 goals was a big contributor to the Blueshirts’ Stanley Cup victory and he won the Bill Masterston trophy to boot. After signing with San Jose in 2001, Graves played two more seasons before hanging up his skates. He is actively involved with children’s charities in the New York area.