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An unlikely draft choice at 124th, the Vancouver Canucks’ 5th round pick in 1993 literally fought his way into the NHL. Having more professional fighting majors than goals in his first two professional seasons, Scott Walker cracked the Vancouver line-up in 1995. Used as a penalty killer and defensive specialist, he played four seasons with the Canucks. Plagued by injuries, Walker helped the Predators earn their first ever playoff berth in 2004. On December 23, 2010, the Ontario Hockey League’s Guelph Storm announced that Walker had been named as the team’s new head coach. He held this position until 2015, until stepping down to spend more time with his family.