Left winger Scott Morrow played four years of NCAA hockey in the United States with the University of New Hampshire where he was named an East Second All-Star Team selection in his senior year in 1992 after scoring 30 goals and 53 points in 35 games.
Before enrolling in university, Morrow had been selected in the NHL Entry Draft right out of Northwood high school in Illinois. He was chosen in the fifth round, 95th overall by the Hartford Whalers in 1988.
Upon turning pro Morrow spent two years in the minors in the AHL before being called up to the NHL for the only four games of his career with the Calgary Flames in 1994-95. Calgary picked up Morrow in a trade with Hartford in January, 1994. He was released by the Flames soon thereafter and signed a free-agent pact with the Philadelphia Flyers, although he never made it to the big club. He then spent several years in IHL and the AHL. He continued to play professionally through the 2001-02 season after recovering from successful shoulder surgery with the Augusta Lynx of the ECHL where he served as the team's captain.