St. Louis Amateur Hockey Hall of Fame







Cam was born in Eureka MO. He started rollerblading in his parent's basement at age 7.  At 8, Cam was signed up for the All American roller hockey league, after skating for the first time on a pond near his house. Cam's father signed him up for Rick Schoolys hockey school at Fenton Forum.
A year later Chesterfield ice rink opened, Cam made the AA team. From there, Cam moved on to AAA coached by Dave Schilly and then his favorite coach Don Moorhouse (HOF 2009).
After 3 years of AAA, Cam was scouted and drafted by the Windsor Spitfires OHL, but decided to play a year at home for the St. Louis Sting NAHL Jr A.
Cam stormed into the OHL. After being the OHL fighting champ and League Champs with the Guelph Storm. A year later Cam was drafted in the NHL 4th round by the New Jersey Devils.
In 2004 during the NHL lockout, Cam went pro playing for the Albany River rats AHL. Cam led the League with 45 fighting majors.  The next year Cam got the call to the NHL and played his first game against the New York Rangers in Madison Square Garden, where his parents were able to attend.
Cam was traded 3 years later to his hometown St. Louis Blues.  After 4 years of being the hometown boy, Cam signed back with the Devils and went on to play in the Stanley Cup finals, losing to the Los Angeles Kings.

After 3 more years with the Devils, Cam decided to sign overseas with the Nottingham Panthers and contributed in winning two Championships with the team.
Cam signed a 2-year extension, however, he was offered a job with a local St Louis radio station with his own show that he couldn't pass up.
In Cam's last game as a Pro, he held up a trophy and now has a radio gig talking Blues hockey 5 days a week on 590 the fan.