Role Ice hockey player
Career end 1992
Name Paul Fenton
Career start 1984
|Playing career |
Weight 82 kg
NHL Draft Undrafted
Height 1.80 m
Position Forward, Winger
|Born December 22, 1959 (age 56)
Springfield, MA, USA (1959-12-22) |
Played for Hartford Whalers, New York Rangers
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Paul John Fenton (born December 22, 1959 in Springfield, Massachusetts) is a retired American ice hockey forward.
Fenton started his National Hockey League career with the Hartford Whalers in 1985. He would also play for the New York Rangers, Los Angeles Kings, Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs, Calgary Flames, and San Jose Sharks. He would retire from the NHL after the 1992 season.
In 1983, while playing for the Peoria Prancers, Fenton won the Ken McKenzie Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding American-born rookie playing in the International Hockey League.
Fenton is currently an assistant general manager with the NHL's Nashville Predators. He also simultaneously serves as the General Manager of the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals. He has two sons, one of whom, P.J. Fenton, plays minor league hockey for the AHL's Rochester Americans.