2016 entered the Hockey Hall Of Fame in Toronto
Signed with the Dallas Stars - July 2006
Signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs - August 2005
Won a Olympic Gold Medal at the 2002 Salt Lake City Games
Member of Canada's silver-medal winning team at the 1992 Winter olympics in Albertville, France (the first medal won by a Canadian team in 24 years and the first silver in 32 years)
Recipient of the Viscount Alexander Trophy as Canada's Top Junior Male Athlete of the year for 1991
At 18 years of age, became the youngest player to be named to the Team Canada roster for the 1991 Canada Cup, and was a key member of the cup winning team
Selected first overall in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, June 22, 1991
Winner of the Molson/Cooper Canadian Hockey League Player-of-the-Year Award, 1990-91; the Valvoline CHL Top Draft Prospect Award, 1990-91; and the Transamerica Life CHL Plus/Minus Award, 1990-91 (only the second player to score a hat trick at the CHL national awards presentation
Member of Canada's gold-medal-winning teams at the 1990 & 1991 World Championships- the first time a country has won back-to-back gold medals at that event. Played in a third consecutive World Junior Championship ib Germany in 1992.
Youngest player at the 1990 World Junior Championships. Named most valuable forward and first team all-star center at the 1991 World Junior Championships.
Member of the Oshawa Generals' Memorial Cup chamionship team in 1990. Voted all-star team center at Memorial Cup
Voted the Most Valuable Player in the playoffs for the St.Micheal's Buzzers when they won the Ontario Hockey Association Junior B title in 1989.
Winner of the Hockey News Junior Player-of-the-Year award, 1990-91, and co winner with Mike Ricci in 1989-90
Member of the OHL team in the 1990 and 1991 OHL/QMJHL All-Star Challenge (OHL Captain and OHL player-of-the-game in 1991); winner of the Red Tilson Trophy (OHL most valuable player) and the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (OHL scoring champion) in 1990-91; set OHL record for most game-winning goals in a season (16) in 1990-91.