|Ranford, who shares the NHL’s single season playoff record for most wins by a goaltender with 16 victories in 1990, completed a stellar 15-year NHL playing career following the 1999-00 season. Originally selected by the Boston Bruins in the third-round (52nd overall) of the 1985 NHL Entry Draft, Ranford had a regular season record of 240-279-76, 15 shutouts, a 3.41 goals-against-average and a .888 save-percentage in 647 regular season NHL contests with the Oilers, Bruins, Detroit Red Wings, Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington Capitals. He also played in a total of a 51 NHL playoff games, and he played for the Oilers’ alumni team at the outdoor Heritage Classic in 2003 in Alberta. Ranford, an All-Star in 1991-92, made his acting debut in the movie Miracle, where he performed scenes as a “stunt double” of Jim Craig, Team USA’s goalie during the 1980 Winter Olympics. He is a native of Brandon, Manitoba. Bill and his wife Kelly have two children: daughters Cassady and Tristan. They live in New Westminster, British Columbia.