Left winger Jeff Shevalier was born in Mississauga, Ontario on March 14th, 1974 and played his Junior hockey with the North Bay Centennials, where he was a First Team All Star in 1994, then turned pro in the Los Angeles Kings organization that year.
Shevalier spent the bulk of the 1994-95 season with the Kings farm club in Phoenix but he did appear in a single game with the King that year and he made an impression by scoring a goal. He spent all of the next campaign in the minors, but he returned to the Kings in 1996-97 to play 26 games. Shevalier scored four goals and 13 points during his time with Los Angeles but despite his success, he spent all of the next two years back in the minors.
Shevalier got a second chance when he was signed by the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 8th 1999. Most of the 1999-00 season was spent bouncing around the minors, but Shevalier did resurface in the NHL to play five scoreless games with the Lightning. On March 8th 2000, eight months to the day the Lightning signed him, he was traded to the Ottawa Senators for future considerations. Shevalier was unable to crack the Senators NHL roster and went back to toiling in the minors. Shevalier had stops in the West Coast League as well as playing in France and the International League. In 2000, Shevalier with the Idaho Steelheads where he spent the next two campaigns.