Travis Scott, a Kanata, Ontario boy born September 14, 1975, played two years of junior with the Windsor Spitfires and a third and final year swith the Oshawa Generals. It was during that third season, 1995-1996 that the St. Louis Blues sat up and took notice of the solid goaltender, signing Scott to a free agent contract. Travis split the next four seasons playing in the AHL and ECHL where he was the playoff MVP in 1999 for the Mississippi Sea Wolves.
In February, 2000, the Los Angeles Kings signed Scott, and during the 2000-2001 season, he saw his first NHL action, playing 25 minutes in relief of Jamie Storr on November 28, 2000 in a 7-6 loss to the New York Rangers. Over the next two seasons Scott was a work horse for the Kings AHL affiliate in Manchester before joining the Florida Panthers in the summer of 2003.