Selected in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft by the Minnesota North Stars, Kevin only played one game for the North Stars before he was traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Gaetan Duchesne. After spending several years in the Nordiques organization, principally for their Halifax Citadels AHL team, he was traded to the Washington Capitals prior to the 1993–94 NHL season.
During his four seasons with the Capitals, his hard-nosed style of play would make him a fan favorite, as he would not hesitate to fight players much bigger than he was. He would play three more seasons in the minors for the Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League before retiring in 1999. Although Kevin played only 286 games in the AHL, less than four full seasons’ worth, he stands in the top 50 in all-time career penalty minutes for the league.
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