After a stellar career with the OHL’s Kitchener Rangers, the Minnesota North Stars selected Bellows with the 2nd overall pick in the 1982 NHL draft. Bellows would go on and play 10 seasons with the North Stars, where he was a fan favorite as he scored 342 goals in 753 games throughout his tenure in Minnesota. Bellows was an active humanitarian in the Minnesota community, as he was involved with several initiatives including Special Olympics, Easter Seals and MADD. He was also recognized for placing special emphasis on drug education. Bellows joined the Montreal Canadiens in 1992, with whom he won the 1993 Stanley Cup. Following his 3-year tenure in Montreal, Bellows would have stints with the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim before finishing his career with the Washington Capitals in 1999.