Shane Peacock play five seasons with the Lethbridge Hurricanes from 1989 until 1994.
The defenseman appeared in a total of 336 regular season games with the Hurricanes registering 366 points (108-258a) along with 571 penalty minutes. His best offensive output was in 1992-1993 when he skated in 65 games collecting 102 points (27g-75a) along with 100 penalty minutes. He eclipsed the 80-point plateau three times in his career.
Peacock appeared in an additional 53 post-season games with the Hurricanes scoring 51 points (12g-39a) along with 78 penalty minutes. He was a key member in the 1990 and 1991 WHL Final appearances by the Hurricanes registering 25 points (3g-22a) in 35 games during those two Championship bids.
The product of Edmonton is first in All-Time games played by a Hurricane (336), tied for 11th in All-Time goals (108), is first in All-Time assists (258), second in All-Time points (366), seventh in All-Time penalty minutes (571) and is first among All-Time defenseman scoring. He is also the only defenseman in Hurricanes history to break the 100-point plateau. He was named the recipient of the Hurricanes Fan Favourite Award in 1992-1993 and 1993-1994 and the Most Valuable Player in 1991-1992.
Peacock was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the third round (60th overall) in the 1991 National Hockey League Entry Draft. He went on to play three seasons in the IHL with the Kalamazoo Wings and the Michigan K-Wings where he registered 143 points (46g-97a) along with 117 penalty minutes.
He went on to play 13 seasons in the DEL where he collected 382 points (120g-262a) along with 1,009 penalty minutes in 627 games with seven different teams before retiring in 2010.