|InternationalBorn in Montreal, Quebec ... One of the few Italians with NHL experience, Orlando became perhaps the top player in the Italian League and a primary force on the National Team ... A member of the Italian National Team since 1990 ... Played at two Olympics and eight World and European Championships ... Named the Best Forward in 1990 (Pool B) and voted to the All-Star team in 1991 (Pool B) ... Saw action at 1998 Olympics in Nagano.
Career Played for current New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello at Providence College (1980 to 1984) ... Before arriving in Italy, Orlando played for the Buffalo Sabres between 1984 and 1987, ringing up 44 points (18 goals and 26 assists) in 98 games ... When his contract expired, he rejected the Sabres' new offer and was approached about playing in Italy ... After playing for HC Bolzano for several years, Orlando joined AC Milan Hockey ... Now is playing in Switzerland with SC Bern