Kevin Weekes


With more than 14 years of professional hockey experience, including 11 NHL seasons, goaltender Kevin Weekes brings his unique knowledge to the NHL Network as an analyst on its nightly flagship program, "NHL Tonight." He is also a contributor to

A second-round draft pick of the Florida Panthers in 1993, Weekes played 348 regular-season games with the Panthers, Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils. Weekes helped lead the Carolina Hurricanes to the Stanley Cup Final in 2002, and is the Hurricanes' all-time leader in playoff goals-against average and save percentage.

As one of the NHL's most charitable players, the Toronto native is dedicated to numerous causes and initiatives throughout North America, including Sky's the Limit, a unique initiative that benefits students in under-resourced communities by providing them with refurbished computers, as well as the Herbert Carnegie Future Aces Foundation, which assists youth and adults to attain the highest level of achievement within their capabilities.

In addition, Weekes is heavily involved in charitable work in his parents' native Barbados, where he hosts the annual Kevin Weekes Celebrity Charity Golf Classic, which raises funds for youth charities in both Barbados and Toronto.