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The Hartford Whalers drafted Kay Whitmore while he was still a Peterborough Pete in 1985. Finally becoming the Whaler’s starter in 1991, Whitmore was traded to Vancouver the following season where he became Kirk MacLean’s backup. In 1995, Whitmore became a difficult journey through a variety of teams’ minor-league affiliates: New York, Edmonton, Boston and Calgary all used him in a limited fashion. After only 5 NHL games in seven seasons, Whitmore retired in 2002. Following his hockey career, Whitmore was the goaltending coach for the Peterborough Petes and worked as a studio analyst on the NHL Network’s program On the Fly. Currently, Whitmore is serving as a goaltending supervisor for the National Hockey League.