Mark played for the Indianapolis Racers of the WHA.
Mark played for the Spruce Grove Mets of the AJHL.
Mark played for the Portland Winterhawks of the WHL.
Helped Team Canada to three Canada Cup championships in 1984, 1987, and 1991.
Captain of the Edmonton Oilers from 1988-89 through 1990-91.
1982-83 Tabbed as the NHL's First-Team All-Start at left wing.
In 1980-81, he potted his first hat trick on Mar. 16 vs. Pittsburgh.
First NHL game was October 10, 1979 vs. Chicago.
Selected by Edmonton Oilers in third round (the Oilers' second pick, 48th overall) of NHL entry draft.
First NHL goal was October 13, 1979 vs. Detroit.
1989-90 Named winner of the Lester B. Pearson Award by the Players Association as the NHL's Outstanding Player.
Captured the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff's MVP.
Mark's #11 was retired by the Rangers.
Mark is good friends with ex-teammate Wayne Gretzky.
Girlfriend: Kim Clark
Sons: Douglas Paul and Lyon
Brothers: Paul and John Blum (Brother-in-law)
Cousins: Mitch and Joby
Edmonton Oilers (1979-1991)
New York Rangers (1991-1997)
Vancouver Canucks (1997-2000)
New York Rangers (2000-2005)
Mark once appeared in a commercial for Lay's Potato Chips.
Mark has won six Stanley Cups in his career (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, and 1994).