Right-winger Trevor Steinburg spent parts of four seasons with the Quebec Nordiques in the 80s. He was a fine junior player who suffered from nagging back problems that limited his effectiveness in the NHL and the minors.
Born in Kingston, Ontario Steinburg was a junior B standout with the Brockville Braves before moving on to the OHL's Guelph Platers and London Knights. He was selected 15th overall by Quebec in 1984 and spent most of his first two pro seasons in the AHL. The hard working winger played 55 games for the Nords in 1988-89 but fell out of favour when the club opted to use younger and healthier prospects. He retired in 1994 after five years as a useful grinder in the AHL.