Right winger Scott McKay had a four-year career in the OHL, including an overage season in 1992-93. The extra year proved very beneficial for McKay, who had been left undrafted during his previous three years. As a 20-year-old, McKay scored 38 goals and 95 points for the Knights.
McKay signed a free-agent contract with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in 1993 and played one game for the team that fall. It proved to be the only NHL game of his career. He toiled in the minors with various teams and also spent the 1996-97 campaign in Austria with EC Graz.
With the realization he was not going to make it to the NHL as a regular roster player, McKay retired from competitive hockey in 1998 after a season with the Louisiana Ice Gators of the ECHL.
Nowadays McKay devotes much of his time to coaching youngsters the game of roller hockey in the San Diego area and is involved with the World Youth Inline Hockey Challenge, spearheaded by the International Ice Hockey Federation.