Left-winger Scott Harlow played one game with the St. Louis Blues in 1987-88. He was an offensive minded player who scored more than his share of goals in college, the minors and Europe.
Born in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Harlow was a high school star with the S.S. Braves. After being selected 61st overall in 1982, he enjoyed a productive four year career at Boston College. Harlow topped the 30-goal mark twice for the Eagles and was placed on the Hockey East first and second all-star teams once each. The clever for ward also represented the United States at the 1983 World Junior Championships.
Apart from his one NHL appearance, Harlow spent his first five years as a pro in the AHL and IHL. He topped the 20-goal mark four times and registered a career high 31 goals for the AHL's Maine Mariners in 1989-90. Before retiring in 1992, Harlow spent a year in Britain with the Peterborough Pirates.