Brian TUTT

Canada CAN

  • Olympic Medals
    1 S
  • Games participations
    1
  • First Olympic Games
    Albertville 1992
  • Year of Birth
    1962
Olympic Results

Biography

Brian TUTT

In an ice hockey career that spanned two decades, defenseman Brian Tutt rarely had a season that saw him playing for less than two different teams. He spent most of 1979-1980 with the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Calgary Canucks, but also suited up for two games with the Calgary Wranglers of the Western Hockey League. Until his 1989 National Hockey League debut with the Washington Capitals, he skated with the American Hockey League’s Maine Mariners (1982-1983, 1986-1987), Springfield Indians (1983-1984), Hershey Bears (1984-1985), New Haven Nighthawks (1987-1988), and Baltimore Skipjacks (1988-1989), the International Hockey League’s Toledo Goaldiggers (1982-1984) and Kalamazoo Wings (1984-1987), the Canadian national team (1986-1987, 1988-1989), and Austria’s EHC Lustenau (1987-1988). After only seven games with the Capitals, however, he was back with the Skipjacks to finish off the season. From 1990 through 1992 he skated with only two squads: Team Canada and Furuset IF Oslo of Norway, and he attended the 1992 Winter Olympics with the former. At the ice hockey tournament he played in eight games and took home a silver medal, which represented his nation’s first Olympic podium finish in the sport since 1968. He then suited up with Finland’s Ilves Tampere (1992-1993, 1994-1995) and Sweden’s Farjestads BK Karlstad (1993-1994) while remaining with Team Canada, prior to winning World Championship bronze in 1995. After one more year in Finland, with SaPKo Savonlinna, he skated in Germany with the Schwenninger Wild Wings (1996-1997), the Hannover Scorpions (1997-2000), and Adler Mannheim (1998-1999) prior to his 2000 retirement.

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