Right-winger Darin Sceviour played one game for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1986-87. After a fine amateur career his pro tenure lasted only two years.
Born in Lacombe, Alberta, Sceviour starred with the Midget Red Deer Rustlers. He then moved on the WHL's Lethbridge Broncos and was chosen 101st overall by Chicago in 1984 after a 37-goal performance. He returned to junior and scored a personal best 39 goals before splitting his first pro season between the Nova Scotia Oilers of the AHL and the IHL's Saginaw Generals. Before retiring in 1987 he played one NHL game, five contests with the Canadian national team and scored 13 goals in 37 games for Saginaw.