Al MacIsaac played two seasons in the ECHL with the Hampton Roads Admirals in 1991-92 and 1992-93, scoring 73 points (22g-51a) in 95 career games. He was part of the Admirals’ 1992 Riley Cup championship team, scoring 10 points (1g-9a) in 14 postseason games and represented the club in the first-ever ECHL All-Star Game in 1993. MacIsaac also won an American Hockey League Calder Cup title with the Cape Breton Oilers in 1993. Following his playing career, MacIsaac became the Admirals' assistant general manager/assistant coach, was promoted to general manager/assistant coach in 1996 and he earned a Kelly Cup championship ring with the club in 1998. MacIsaac is currently in his 18th season in the front office of the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks where he was part of the team’s 2010 and 2013 Stanley Cup titles, and is in his eighth season as the club’s Vice President of Hockey Operations.