As we continue our ‘Look Back’ series, today’s article will highlight one Star Player from the 2006-2007 season and the chosen player is – Jeff Marshall.

By Kris Smith

The blueliner from Newmarket, Ontario joined the club in 2004 and went on to play in the Stars jersey for six seasons.

Prior to joining the Stars, the Canadian had played in the Central Hockey League, West Coast Hockey League and in the American college leagues, NCAA and NCAA III (Tier Three).

However, after his debut season in Dundee for the 2004-2005 British National League campaign, Jeff joined Edinburgh Capitals who were competing in the Elite League for the following season.

Although, he returned to Tayside the year after and was with the Stars from 2006-2011.

In the 2006-2007 season, the then 28-year-old played 26 games that season between the Scottish National League and Northern leagues and had a combined total of 60 points (24 goals and 36 assists) and 28 penalty minutes.

 

 

Marshall was the highest scoring defenseman on the team over the whole season and also led the team through his experience and large presence.

Jeff’s final year of playing professional hockey was in 2011 when he left after helping the Stars in their first Elite League campaign.

Next-up in our ‘Look Back’ series we will be bringing you a special Stats of the Stars for the 2006-2007 season and it will be available here at 12pm tomorrow.

If you want to be a part of the historic 20th Dundee Stars season then you can buy your season tickets by contacting [email protected]

 

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