Trevor Daley

Texas Hockey Legend Club Member

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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

Trevor Daley - Trevor Daley Rookie Jersey - Texas Hockey - Austin Hockey -Dallas Hockey- Dallas Stars Hockey - Texas Stars Hockey - NHL Hockey - National Holckey League- AHL Hockey - American Hockey League 2003-2004 NHL Dallas Stars Trevor Daley Rookie Jersey
Trevor Daley - Trevor Daley Rookie Jersey - Texas Hockey - Austin Hockey -Dallas Hockey- Dallas Stars Hockey - Texas Stars Hockey - NHL Hockey - National Holckey League- AHL Hockey - American Hockey League 2003-2004 NHL Dallas Stars Trevor Daley Rookie Jersey
Trevor Daley - Trevor Daley Jersey - Texas Hockey - Austin Hockey -Dallas Hockey- Dallas Stars Hockey - Texas Stars Hockey - NHL Hockey - National Holckey League- AHL Hockey - American Hockey League 2003-2004 NHL Dallas Stars Trevor Daley Jersey
Trevor Daley - Trevor Daley Jersey - Texas Hockey - Austin Hockey -Dallas Hockey- Dallas Stars Hockey - Texas Stars Hockey - NHL Hockey - National Holckey League- AHL Hockey - American Hockey League 2003-2004 NHL Dallas Stars Trevor Daley Jersey

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.