Steve Buzinski (Born October 15, 1917 in Dunblane, Saskatchewan) was a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who played for the New York Rangers in the National Hockey League. Steve is famous for his unfortunate nickname and a colorful personality, "The Puck Goes Inski" which was more a reflection of the war era New York Rangers than his goal tending ability. Steve was brought to Swift Current to play goal for the Swift Current Indians where they competed for Allan Cup births in the 40s. The "Rocket" (Maurice Richard) scored his first NHL goal on Steve. Steve eventually left the Rangers, declining a position in the minors, to tend to urgent family matters. Steve worked for 41 years as a plant breeder for Agriculture Canada during and after his hockey career. Steve will be remembered as a fine athlete, a committed parent and a major contributor to recreation programs in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
See also: List of NHL players