Todd MacDonald is a former National Hockey League goaltender. Drafted 109th overall by the Florida Panthers in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, McDonald went on to have a solid career in the minors in the American Hockey League, International Hockey League and the United Hockey League. Although McDonald was called up to the Panthers several times throughout his pro career, he never saw any action but his most memorable NHL experience was being the 3rd string goaltender for Florida when the Panthers went to the cup finals in 1996.
was created by Brian Heaton and founded in March of 1988 (Windsor, Ontario). Heaton goalie equipment quickly gained fame and revolutionized the modern day goaltending equipment industry with the unique designs, pad construction and the use of colored materials on a wide range basis. During his prime, Brian Heaton had many big name goalies in the NHL wearing his Heaton goalie equipment in the 1990’s such as Felix Potvin, Martin Brodeur, Marty Turco, Guy Herbert, Curtis Joseph, Olaf Kolzig and Garth Snow.