Selected by Montreal Canadiens, round 6 #124 overall in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft.
Left-winger Mike McPhee was a solid two-way worker for over 700 games spent mostly with the Montreal Canadiens. An imposing force in the corners who could stay with his check, he also registered four 20-goal seasons.During the late 1980s, McPhee was selected to participate in the 1989 NHL All-Star Game. His stellar two-way work was a factor when Montreal won the Stanley Cup in 1986 and reached the finals in 1989. McPhee's work ethic and willingness to play the body and stay with his check made him a favourite of coaches Jean Perron and Pat Burns. His tenacious work earned him the respect of his peers and he was a three-time winner of the Jacques Beauchamp trophy as the team's unsung hero.
Detroit Red Wings page with Derek Smith and Lane Lambert.
Edmonton Oilers with Mike Zanier, Paul Coffey