For ten (10) years Shawn Thornton played at right wing for several contending teams in the NHL. During 2006-2007, Shawn was in his final season with the Anaheim Ducks and helped the team to a Stanley Cup Championship. Thornton was traded to the Bruins in 2007 where he spent seven (7) years, won his second Stanley Cup in 2011 and tallied career highs in goals, assists, points and +/-. In 2017, Thornton announced his retirement and revealed he would be joining the Panthers’ front office as a Senior Vice President. Off the ice, Shawn founded the Thornton Foundation which funds research into finding cures for Parkinson’s disease and cancer.