|During his playing career, Wamsley posted a 204-131-46 record and a 3.34 goals against average with the Montreal Canadiens, St. Louis Blues, Calgary Flames and Toronto Maple Leafs. Wamsley was drafted as the Canadiens’ fifth pick, 58th overall, in the 1979 Entry Draft and he made his NHL debut with Montreal in 1980-81. He became a full-time goaltender the following season and posted a 23-7-7 record with a 2.75 goals-against average with the Canadiens. That year, Wamsley shared the William M. Jennings Trophy with teammate Denis Herron as the duo allowed the fewest goals against in the NHL. Wamsley spent three-plus seasons with Montreal before being traded to the Blues in 1984. His four seasons (1984-88) in St. Louis produced a 75-59-15 record, including 23 wins in 1984-85 (23-12-5, 3.26 goals-against average) and 22 wins in 1985-86 (22-16-3, 3.43 goals-against average). Wamsley currently ranks fifth on the Blues all-time goaltending lists in games played (154), minutes played (9,064) and ranks sixth in wins (75). He was between the pipes in “The Monday Night Miracle” when St. Louis staged a dramatic come-from-behind victory in game six of the 1986 Campbell Conference Finals by scoring four unanswered goals to defeat Calgary, 6-5, in overtime. In March 1988, he was traded to Calgary in a deal that sent Brett Hull to the Blues. The highlight of his stint in Calgary came in 1988-89 when he helped the Flames capture the lone Stanley Cup championship in club history. Wamsley was born on May 25, 1959 in Simcoe, Ontario. He and his wife, Lori, are the parents of three daughters, Kelly, Colleen, and Megan. The family resides in Oakville, Ontario.