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David Rattray

Texas Hockey Legend Club Member

 

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Undrafted

Center – Shoots Left

Born Jan 17 1973 - Edmonton, ALTA
Height 5.11 - Weight 200 [180 cm/91 kg]

Total Games: 465

WPHL Player 119

CHL Player 346

Total Seasons: 7

119 Regular Season Games Played

 

 

313 Regular Season and 30 Playoff Games Played

 

 

David Rattray - David Rattray Jersey- Texas Hockey - Amarillo Gorillas Hockey - Amarillo Rattlers Hockey - Amarillo Hockey - WPHL Hockey - Western Proffessional Holckey League- CHL Hockey - Central Hockey League Early 2000's CHL Amarillo Gorillas David Rattray Warmup Jersey
David Rattray - David Rattray Jersey- Texas Hockey - Amarillo Gorillas Hockey - Amarillo Rattlers Hockey - Amarillo Hockey - WPHL Hockey - Western Proffessional Holckey League- CHL Hockey - Central Hockey League Early 2000's CHL Amarillo Gorillas David Rattray Warmup Jersey

Darryl Sydor

 

Texas Hockey Legend Club Member

 

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Drafted 7th Overall (1st Round) by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft

 

Defense - Shoots Left
Born May 13th 1972 - Edmonton, ALTA
Height 6.01   Weight 211 [185 cm/96 kg]

 

Total Games: 917

NHL Player 813

AHL Coach/Staff 104

 

Total Seasons: 11

10 Season NHL Player

1 Season AHL Coach/Staff

555 Regular and 99 Playoff Games Played

 

 

87 Games Coached

 

 

2002-2003 NHL Dallas Stars Darryl Sydor Jersey - Playoff White

In regular season Darryl Sydor sits at #7 in the Dallas Stars in games played and given modern day free agency it looks to be awhile before he can be bumped out of the top 10. He additionally is at #9 in points scored with 69 goals and 265 assists for 334 points, but more then likely will be passed by Tyler Seguin in the 2017-2018 Season but should hold the #10 spot for some time after that. Darryl also holds the #16 spot in penalty minutes.

 

Darryl was a significant part of the Dallas Stars 1999 Stanley Cup winning team playing in 74 regular season games with 14 goals, 34 assists for a team 6th best of 48 in points. During the Stanley Cup playoffs he played all 23 games collecting 3 goals and 9 assists for 12 points, good enough to be the 7th leading scorer on the team during that run. The following year Dallas lost in the Stanley Cup Finals but Sydor again was a high impact player with his regular season 34 points being good enough for 5th best on the team and his 7 points good enough to be tied for 7th on the team in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

 

In addition to his time in Dallas, Darryl spent time in the Minnesota Wild Coaching system where in he was Assistant Coach for the Wild's AHL affiliate Houston Aero’s that lost in the Calder Cup Finals to the Binghamton Senators. His 80 regular season games and 24 post season games makes Darryl’s Texas totals to an amazing 917 games he represented the State of Texas in Hockey.

 

This jersey was worn by Darryl the 2003 Dallas Stars playoffs in which it would of been worn for six games, seeing Dallas defeat the Edmonton Oilers in six games in the first round and then being defeated by The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in six game in the second. In the playoff run Darryl played in all 12 games and had 6 assists and 6 penalty minutes.

Stu Barnes

Texas Hockey Legend Club Member

 

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Drafted 4th Overall (1st Round) by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft

 

Center - Shoots Right
Born December 25th 1970 – Spruce Grove, ALTA
Height 5.11   Weight 174 [180 cm/79]

 

Total Games: 531

NHL Player 367

AHL Coach/Staff 164

 

Total Seasons: 8

5 Season NHL Player

2* Season NHL Coach/Staff

*Active

329 Regular And 38 Playoff Games Played

164 Games Coached

2005-2006 NHL Dallas Stars Stu Barnes Jersey - Green Set 2

Stu Barnes played for the Dallas Stars from 2002-2003 season through the 2007-2008 season, given the 2004-2005 strike season he totaled 5 years as a player. After retirement Barnes moved into the Coaching ranks and became an assistant under then Dallas Head Coach Marc Crawford until the end of the 2011-2012 season. In June of 2017 he again joined the organization for a second stint as Assistant Coach. His total of regular season games played of 329 puts him just outside the top 25 in Dallas Stars history, but given his totals are at 531 and counting for total games playing and coaching his ultimate landing spot will be solidly in the top 10, possible the top 5.

 

In 329 games in Dallas Barnes compiled 53 goals 67 assists for 120 points and 136 penalty minutes, as well as appeared in 39 playoff games tallying 6 goals and 8 assists for 14 points and 6 penalty minutes in those games.

 

This is Stu Barnes 2nd set green jersey, first used on December 23rd 2005 and last used February 6th 2006, totaling 14 games usage

Trevor Daley

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Drafted 43rd Overall (2nd Round) by the Dallas Stars in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft

 

Defense - Shoots Left
Born Oct 9 1983 - Toronto, ONT
Height 5.11   Weight 195 [180 cm/88 kg]

 

Total Games: 791

NHL Player 791

 

Total Seasons: 11

11 Seasons NHL Player

11 Seasons NHL Player

756 Regular and 35 Playoff Games

2003-2004 NHL Dallas Stars Trevor Daley Jersey - 3rd Set/Playoff White

2014-2015 NHL Dallas Stars Trevor Daley Jersey - Set 3 White

Trevor Daley sits in Super Elite status for the Dallas Stars in regular season games played with 756, making him #5 all time and currently only Jamie Benn having potential to surpass him. In his 11 years with the Stars he has 67 goals 164 Assists for 231 points and 509 penalty minutes. Despite spending much of his time on less than stellar Dallas teams he held a +/- average of +2, including having a plus average 7 of his last 8 years on teams that only made the playoffs once in those 8 years

Daley's time ended in Dallas after the 2013-2014 season ended and the following year signed with the Chicago Blackhawks who were the previous years Stanley Cup Champions. In a midseason trade Daley was sent to the Pittsburg Penguins for Rob Scuderi but fate was kind to Daley. Despite Daley suffering a broken ankle in the Stanley Cup Playoffs that same year the Penguins went on to win the Stanley Cup. When then Pittsburg Captain Sydney Crosby went to pass the Cup he handed it to Daley, which is considered a great honor to be the first (handoff) player. From there Daley went on to win a second Stanley Cup with Pittsburg in 2016-2017.

 

I thought it a great honor to acquire both these jerseys for specific reasons. The 2003-2004 rookie jersey is Daley’s only jersey to have a number other then #6. As a rookie he was originally issued and used #6 but then was sent down to the AHL Utah Grizzlies. While Daley was in Utah Chris Therien was signed and took over Daley's #6. When Daley returned to the Stars later that season he was issued and used #5. The 2003-2004 jersey would of been used for 12 regular season and 3 playoff games between the dates of February 14th 2004 and March 28th 2004. The 2014-2015 white jersey set 3 is the last regular set Daley would wear, being used March 25th 2015 to April 8th 2015, totaling 6 games of usage.

 

Jeff Greenlaw

Texas Hockey Legand Club Member

 

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Drafted 19 Overall (1st Round) by the Washington Capitals in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft

 

Left Wing - Shoots Left
Born Feb 28th 1968 - Almer, ONT
Height 6.02   Weight 225 [188 cm/102 kg]

 

Total Games: 370

WPHL Player 296

WPHL Coach 74

 

Total 7 Seasons

3 Seasons WPHL Player

252 Regular Season 44 Playoff Games as Player

74 regular Season Games as Head Coach

1999-2000 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Jeff Greenlaw Alternate Jersey

2000-2001 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Jeff Greenlaw Dodge Ram Jersey

Jim Burton

 

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Defense - Shoots Left
Born November 6th 1963 - Brantford, ONT
Height 6.01   Weight 190 [185 cm/86 kg]

 

Total Games: 122

WPHL Player 57

WPHL Coach 65

52 Regular Season 5 Playoffs 55 Head Coach

1996-1997 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Jim Burton Jersey

Although Jim Burton first became Head Coach of the Austin Ice Bats in 1997, one year after the Ice Bats first season, he is considered by many to be the first legitimate Head Coach the franchise had. In no means is that intended to demean the job by first year Head Coach Blaine Stoughton, but Blaine was also part of the ownership so many looked at his time as Head Coach as part of the teams building process.

As a player Jim spent much of his time playing for the Windsor Spitfires, which one could conclude had something to do with bringing from Windsor high scoring forwards Ryan Pawluk, Tim Findlay and Dean Mando to the 1997-1998 Ice Bat team he Coached.

 

As a pro Jim spent 15 years in the upper minors (IHL and AHL) and Europe before suiting up his last season in Austin. As an Ice Bat he had 68 points in 57 in 72 games (combining playoffs) making him by far the most prolific scoring defenseman in Ice Bats history. During his player campaign at the Ice Bats he was the obvious leader and Captain of the team.

After the 1997-1998 season concluded the Ice Bats ownership group purchased an second WPHL franchise in Little Rock Arkansas named the “Glaciercats” and in doing so opted to move Burton to the new franchise and with him went Ryan Pawluk and Tim Findlay, thus taking three of the top building pieces that looked to be the foundation of that Ice Bats team.

Andy Ross

*Texas Hockey Honorary Member

 

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Forward - Shoots Right
Born May 24th 1970 - Philadelphia, PA
Height 6.03   Weight 210 [191 cm/95 kg]

 

Total Games: 282

WPHL Player 277

RHI Player 5

 

Total Seasons: 4

4 Seasons WPHL Player

232 Regula - 11 playoff Games

27 Regular - 7 Playoff Games

1997-1998 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Andy Ross Warmup

1997-1998 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Andy Ross Santa Christmas Jersey

Mike Jackson

Texas Hockey Honorary Member

 

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Drafted 213 Overall (11nd Round) by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft

 

Right Wing - Shoots Right
Born Feburary 4th 1969 - Mississauga, ONT
Height 6.00   Weight 200 [183 cm/91 kg]

 

Total Games: 155

WPHL Player 155

 

Total 3 Seasons

3 Seasons WPHL Player

144 Regular and 11 Playoff Games

1997-1998 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Mike Jackson Jersey

Craig Stahl

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Drafted 215 overall (8th Round) by the Detroit Red Wings in The 1996 NHL entry draft

 

Wing - Shoots Right
Born March 19 1977, Cranbrook, BC.
Height 6.00  Weight 200 [183 cm/91 kg]

 

Total Games: 122

WPHL Player 122

 

Total Seasons: 2

2 Seasons WPHL Player

114 Regular and 8 Playoff games

Ian Larocque

Texas Hockey Honorary Member

 

 

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Undrafted

 

Center - Shoots Right
Born Apr 30th -
Kingston, ONT

Weight 170 [183 cm/77 kg]

 

Total Games: 185

WPHL Player 185

 

Total 3 Seasons

3 Seasons WPHL Player

81 Player Regular Season 4 Playoff Games

24 Player Regular Season Games

 

 

64 Regular Season and 15 Playoff Games

 

 

2000-2001 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Ian Larocque Dodge Ram Jersey

Chris Gotziaman

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Drafted 29 overall (2nd Round) by the New Jersey Devils in The 1990 NHL entry draft

 

Right Wing - Shoots Right
Born Nov 29 1971, Roseau, MN 
Height 6.03    Weight 200 [191 cm/91 kg]

 

Total Games: 9

WPHL Player 9

9 Regular Season Games

Chris started the 1996-1997 season with the fledgling WPHL franchise in Waco, Texas. Being a recent early 2nd round draft pick in the NHL draft having a player like Chris stood to add instant legitimacy to the young league. Chris came in as player Assistant Coach but his time in would prove to be short at the franchise, only playing 9 games.

This first generation Waco jersey was worn by multiple players including Chris Gotziaman, Travis Hulse, and perhaps others

 

Rob Hartnell

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Right Wing - Shoots Left
Born Nov 18 1972, Rocky Mountain House, ALA
Height 5.09    Weight 180 [175 cm/82 kg]

 

Total Games: 134

WPHL Player 134

47 Regular Season Games (1996-1997)

 

 

20 Regular Season Games (1996-1997)

 

 

60 regular Season Games (1997-1998)

 

 

7 regular Season Games (1997-1998)

 

 

1997-1998 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Rob Hartnell Warmup Jersey

Ryan Pawluk

 

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Left Wing - Shoots Left
Born March 28th 1976 - Windsor, ONT
Height 6.00   Weight 190 [183 cm/86 kg]

 

Total Games: 75

WPHL Player 70

IHL Player 5

 

Total Seasons: 1

1 Season IHL/WPHL Player

65 Regular and 5 Playoff Gemes

5 regular Season Games

1997-1998 WPHL Austin Ice Bats Ryan Pawluk Jersey