INGERSOLL NBC HOCKEY LEAGUE
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 Baskette, George  

Defence

1995-96
 Boll, Tim  

Forward

1998-99
 Costello, Pat  

Defence

1998-99
 Fuller, Scott  

Forward

1998-99
 Gow, Gary  

Forward

1998-99
 Gray, Terry  

Defence

1997-98
 Harron, George  

Goal

1977-78
 Hoyland, Ed  

Defence

1977-78
 Johnson, Don  

Forward

1994-95
 Martin, Keith  

Goal

1997-98
 Mayberry, Tom  

Forward

1984-85
 Patten, Lance  

Defence

1999-00
 Stewart, Brad    Defence

1996-97
 Uza, Dave  

Forward

1994-95
 Voutour, Pat    

1991-92
 Whiting, Cam  

Forward

1994-95

(left to right)
Standing
Brad Stewart, Lance Patten, Cam Whiting, Ed Hoyland, Pat Voutour, Dave Uza, George Baskette, Terry Gray
Kneeling
Don Johnson, Keith Martin, George Harron, Tom Mayberry
Absent
Tim Boll, Pat Costello, Scott Fuller, Gary Gow

Baskette, George
George Armstrong. George's steady play on the Sharks blue line was missed at the end of the season due to a rib injury.
 
Boll, Tim
Bob Probert. Tim is a very frustrated left winger when he hits goalposts and when he just can't buy a goal. Every team needs a player like Tim to keep the dressing room laughing.
 
Costello, Pat
Rod Brind'Amour. Pat shared his ice time between wing and defence this season, so playing a checking forward role came naturally to pookster. Pat led the Sharks in penalty minutes and blocked shots.
 
Fuller, Scott
Rick Tocchet. Scooter has one of the best shots in the league. His last name says it all - the Fuller the net is with pucks the better. Scott was the Sharks' top point leader.
 
Gow, Gary
Gary Unger. The team rep. was lost in shark-infested waters halfway through the season. Hope to see you back next year Gary.
 
Gray, Terry
Bobby Orr. This guy shoots, skates and moves like Bobby Orr. Terry was the Sharks' top point getter for defencemen.
 
Harron, George
Johnny Bower. Don't blame George if you can't get the Friday night NBC game on cable. He's got 47 shutouts in his long Friday night career.
 
Hoyland, Ed
Eddie Shore. The original rushing defenceman of the Friday night league. Ed can go coast to coast on any given night. He brings fast paced hockey experience from the Ingersoll Broomball League.
 
Johnson, Don
Don Maloney. Comes out to play hard every game and is the most gentlemanly player on the team.
 
Martin, Keith
Caesar. Keith would always shut the door so the Sharks could stay in the game and make a comeback in the second period. One of the league's best goalies.
 
Mayberry, Dr. Tom
Randy Gregg. When the Sharks are losing going into the second period, the Doc helps mend the injury with a prescription of goals and assists.
 
Patton, Lance
Paul Coffey. A late season addition to the Sharks at the trading deadline who helps out a lot with his smooth skating and keen puck control. A top blueliner on any club next season.
 
Stewart, Brad
Brad Park. Brad is the Sharks' stay at home defenceman. He says his wrist shot has improved a lot since he started using a bent blade stick.
 
Uza, Dave
The Hammer. During the mid season tournament Dave decked his own teammate (Tim 'Dizzy' Boll). Of course, Tim dropped his gloves for a fight and the refs didn't know what to do. Dave is one of the better team players in the league.
 
Voutour, Pat
Pat Hickey. Mr. Hydro likes to see the lights on, including the red one behind the other team's net. Pat electrified us with his scoring touch.
 
Whiting, Cam
Cam Neely. Cam likes to park himself in the slot and create a screen or pick up a rebound. He says it's safe there now since Bill Thomas has retired.
 

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