Steve Tuttle (born January 5, 1966 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a retired Canadian hockey right wing who played for parts of three seasons (1988-1991) for the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League, scoring a total of 28 goals and 28 assists in his career.

Tuttle was a standout played with the University of Wisconsin from 1984-88 where he was a perennial all-star. The Blues drafted him 113th overall in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft.

He played the better part of three seasons for the Blues but his ice time fell when Cliff Ronning, Dan Quinn, and Geoff Courtnall joined the Blues in 1991-92.

He was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning in 1992, spending time with their International Hockey League affiliate, the Peoria Rivermen. In 1993, without playing a single game for the Lightning, he was traded to the Quebec Nordiques, playing for their IHL affiliate, the Milwaukee Admirals.

He retired in 1998.

Tuttle is best remembered for being the player whose skate accidentally slashed the throat of Clint Malarchuk during a 1989 game against the Buffalo Sabres.

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Steve Tuttle's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database

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