7. Darryl Sydor

In the late 1990’s the Dallas Stars put together a defensive unit that propelled them into contenders for the Stanley Cup, a trophy they would win in 1999.  Darryl Sydor was a member of that “big four” of blueliners (also including Sergei Zuboz, Derian Hatcher and Richard Matviachuk) and while playing for Dallas Sydor would have four seasons where he had over 45 Points while still providing rock solid defense.  Sydor was also named an All Star in back-to-back seasons in 1998 and 1999. 

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defence
  • Acquired: Traded from the Los Angeles Kings with the 1996 5th Round Pick (which would be Ryan Christie) for Shane Churla and Doug Smolek 2/17/96.
  • Departed:

    Traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets for Mike Sillinger and a 2004 2nd Round Pick (which would be Johan Fransson) 7/22/03

    Acquired: (2) Traded from the Tampa Bay Lightning for a 2008 4th Round Pick (which would be Derek Grant) 7/2/06.

    Departed: (2) Signed as a Free Agent by the Pittsburgh Steelers 7/2/07

  • Games Played: 714
  • Notable Statistics: 69 Goals
    265 Assists
    334 Points
    450 PIM
    .47 PPG
    +80 Plus/Minus
    68.4 Point Shares
    38 Points in 99 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    All Star (1998 & 1999)

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