Left-winger Steve Hazlett played one game with the Vancouver Canucks in 1979-80. He was a talented goal scorer who enjoyed success in junior, the minors and the international stage.
Born in Sarnia, Ontario, Hazlett scored 50 goals in 60 games for the Hamilton Kilty B's in 1975-76. He then played three years in the OHA with the Hamilton Fincups and St. Catharines Black Hawks. He was chosen 78th overall by the Vancouver Canucks in 1977 and scored six goals in seven games for Canada at that year's World Junior Championships.
Although his NHL career was short-lived, Hazlett proved to be a proficient goal scorer in the minors. In 1978-79 he led the CHL with 44 goals for the Dallas Black Hawks and he topped the 20-goal mark for the club the next year. The tricky forward retired after playing 18 games for the IHL's Fort Wayne Komets in 1983.