King Clancy Award Winner 2008 - 2009First Round draft pick, 14th overall, by the Chicago Blackhawks.

NHL career spanning 1994 to 2011, playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonton Oilers, Columbus Blue Jackets and Los Angeles Kings.

11 years playing for the Edmonton Oilers, Captaining the team for 3 seasons.

2009, Ethan Moreau was awarded the King Clancy Memorial Trophy for best exemplifying leadership qualities on and off the ice and by also making significant humanitarian contributions to the Oilers Community Foundation.

After the 2003-04 season with the Oilers was named the team’s Most Valuable Player.

Assistant Captain for both the Chicago Blackhawks and Columbus Blue Jackets.

In 248 OHL games with the Niagara Falls Thunder and Sudbury Wolves, Moreau tallied 322 points on 134 goals and 188 assists. In 1994, Moreau was awarded the Bobby Smith Award, given annually to the OHL player who best embodies excellence on the ice and in the classroom.

First round draft pick in 1991, 14th overall by Niagara Falls Thunder in the OHL Priority Selection

Won the coveted Steve Philips Memorial Award for Most Improved Player (1990—91 season) while playing OHA-B junior hockey in Orillia, Ontario, for the Orillia Terriers.