Randy Heath is a retired Canadian hockey player. Born in Vancouver, Heath had a successful junior career playing three seasons in Portland from 1981 to 1984. He was a part of two Memorial Cup runs during his time in the Rose City and is among the all-time leading scorers in Winterhawks history, scoring 178 goals (2nd all-time) and 340 points (8th all-time) in 199 career WHL games. He is one of seven Winterhawks to record two 50+ goal campaigns and shares the Winterhawks’ record for most goals (82) in a single season with the club’s all-time leading goal scorer, Dennis Holland.

After back-to-back trips to the Memorial Cup tournament, Heath was selected 33rd overall by the New York Rangers in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft. He returned to Portland for one final prolific season of junior hockey and concluded his Winterhawks career as a two-time First Team Western Conference All-Star. Before beginning his professional career, Heath also represented Canada at the 1984 IIHF Under-20 World Junior Championship and produced nine points in seven tournament games.

He made his National Hockey League debut with the Rangers on December 5, 1984, and he scored his first career NHL goal against the New Jersey Devils a month later. After splitting two seasons with the Rangers and their American Hockey League affiliate New Haven Nighthawks, Heath took his talent overseas and played professionally in Sweden for three seasons before retiring after the 1989 season.

After his playing career, Heath eventually returned to the Winterhawks organization as a regional scout for a few seasons. In 2023, Heath and three of his teammates from the 1983 Memorial Cup championship team were inducted into the Winterhawks Hall of Fame.