1. Scott Gomez
Scott Gomez is indeed a prominent figure when discussing Hispanic players in NHL history.
He is the first Latino player to win the Stanley Cup, and twice with the New Jersey Devils in 2000 and 2003.
Gomez won the prestigious Calder Trophy for rookie of the year in 1999-2000 and played in two All-Star Games.
Over his 16-year career, Gomez amassed 181 goals and 575 assists, placing him among the top in career points among Hispanic players.
Known for his exceptional vision and passing skills, Gomez was a highly sought-after offensive force throughout his career.