Todd Warriner is the answer to a popular Toronto Maple Leafs trivia question. Most fans are quick to point out that Warriner recorded the first goal in the history of the brand new Air Canada Centre on February 20, 1999 when he beat Jeff Hackett of the Montreal Canadiens.
Warriner joined the Leafs in the memorable June 1994 draft day trade that saw captain Wendel Clark dealt to the Quebec Nordiques for Mats Sundin. He made his debut with the Leafs by appearing in five games in the 1994- 95 season before earning regular duty with the team the following season. Overall, the left-winger spent parts of six campaigns with Toronto from 1994 to 2000.
Warriner was originally drafted fourth overall by Quebec in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft. The native of Blenheim, Ontario recorded 65 goals, 89 assists and 154 points in 453 career regular season games with the Leafs, Lightning, Coyotes, Canucks, Flyers, and Predators.