Birth date 12 Feb 1972 (47 years)
Nationality Canada Canada
Position Left Wing
Team history
Minnesota Wild 2008 - present
Calgary Flames 2007 - 2008
Phoenix Coyotes 2006 - 2007
Maple Leafs 2003 - 2005
San Jose Sharks 1996 - 2003
Colorado Avalanche 1990 - 1996

Owen Nolan is a Canadian winger on the Minnesota Wild.

Nolan was drafted 1st overall by Quebec in 1990. He played for the Nordiques for 6 seasons before being traded to San Jose shortly after the franchise moved to Colorado. In San Jose, Nolan emerged as one of the top power forwards in the NHL. In ’99-00, he recorded 44 goals and 84 points. He was traded to Toronto in 2003, but never performed well in Toronto, hampered by a number of injuries the entire time he was there. In 2006, he signed with the Phoenix Coyotes, playing a season there before signing with Calgary for ’07-08. He signed with Minnesota in the 2008 offseason. Nolan has been an NHL All-Star 5 times, recording one of the most famous goals in All-Star history in 1997, when he called his shot on a breakaway against Dominik Hasek.

Nolan played for Team Canada at the 2002 Winter Olympics, winning a gold medal.