Welcome to the third instalment of the Dundee Stars A-Z series. This week we bring you all the players to have adorned the Stars jersey, whose names begin with the letter ‘C’.


Campbell, Scott – Scottish-born-Canadian, who was a part of the Stars 2002-2003 BNL squad for three games, totalling one assist and 12 penalty minutes.

Carlson, Cody – Carlson was a January signing for Dundee during the 2017-2018 season and came in to help the team make the playoff push. After icing 27 times and collecting 25 points, the Canadian moved over the Estre Liga and has been playing for Romanian side, ASC Corona Brasov.

Carnegie, Barry – A Scottish forward who dressed in 35 games between 2007 and 2009 before spending the final seven years of his career in the Scottish National League.

Carter, Matt – A late addition to the 2019-2020 roster but the Canadian came in and made a big impact after scoring 22 points in the 23 games.

Cartwright, Peter – the Alaskan center was a pivotal part of the Stars attack in their inaugural EIHL season and during the 2010-2011 campaign, he scored 28 times and assisted on a further 31 goals in 63 matches. After a summer in the Australian League, Cartwright played briefly back in his home state before retiring in 2013.



Ceman, Dan – The Stars first leader of the EIHL era, as he took charge of the team in their debut Elite League campaign. The 2010-2011 season saw the Stars makes the playoffs and the Canadian player-coach led the team for a part of the following year. Since his departure, Ceman has coached and won two championships in Denmark before moving to Slovakia then Austria.

Cescon, Craig – An EIHL veteran, Cescon made 39 appearances for the Tayside team in 2016-2017 and the Canadian also manned the blueline for Coventry and Braehead.

Chalmers, Bob – Dumfries-born winger, who iced on 6 occasions for the Stars during the 2007-2008 Northern League and SPL campaigns.

Chalmers, Craig – A Scottish shotstopper who made 3 appearances during the Gardiner Conference winning season of 2013-2014. Craig has recently joined Scottish National League side, Kirkcaldy Kestrels after ending a six-year stint with Aberdeen Lynx.

Chalmers, Steven – The blueliner from Kirkcaldy joined the Stars from Scottish rivals, Braehead and iced 52 times in the 2011-2012 season before going on to play for four years in Coventry, before most recently outing with Hull Pirates.

Chaloupka, Petr – Tough blueliner who made 58 appearances in the 2018-2019 campaign and the Czech has now gone on to continue his career in Poland.

Chamberlain, Bobby – Brit who made one appearance on an emergency basis in the 2017-2018 campaign. He has spent most of his career in the English leagues with teams such as Milton Keynes Lightning, Hull Pirates and Coventry Blaze.

Chaumont, Bobby – A winger with an eye for goal, who put up over a point per game during his time in Dundee, who also played for Braehead Clan and Fife Flyers. After completing a full 52-game regular season, the native of Ontario, Canada went on to play for Dutch, American, French and German sides.



Cheverie, Marc – Canadian netminder who backstopped the Stars during 2014-2015 season and hung up his skates in 2017 after a final season in his homeland.

Christie, Lewis –  Featured in a single game during the 2002-2003 BNL season, has since gone on to ice for Belfast Giants, before spending the last 12 seasons in the English leagues with Milton Keynes Lightning.

Churchill, John – Scottish forward, who made 23 club appearances in the 2007-2008 season.

Cingel, Martin – A British hockey legend who spent most of his career with Edinburgh Capitals before joining the Stars for their 2014-2015 season, where he made 53 appearances. The Slovakian is now an assistant coach for the Murrayfield Racers and Team GB Under 18’s.

Clarkson, Doug – A large British-Canadian who joined the Stars from Cardiff Devils and provided a big presence upfront during the 2015-2016 campaign.

Conaboy, Chris– One of the toughest players in the club’s history and he was feared across the league for his pounding physicality and ferocious fighting ability. The Glaswegian made 41 appearances across 3 seasons.

Connon, Vince – A Canadian-born-British forward who spent two seasons on Tayside and collected a Gardiner Conference winners medal in his second year. Vince racked up over 100 appearances and has been playing back home in Alberta since leaving in 2014.

Corbett, Scott – A member of the BNL Playoff Winning squad of 2004-2005. Corbett was involved in 28 matches, totalling 22 points and the Canadian is the only player of any of the Stars BNL trophy-winning squads to have a surname beginning with the letter ‘C’.

Corcoran, Charles – American forward with a deadly finish and he made a sizeable impression during his rookie season, as he hit 54 points in 68 games for the Stars. Since leaving in the summer of 2019, Corcoran has iced for fellow Elite League rivals, Coventry Blaze and this season is plying his trade in Denmark with Esbjerg Energy.



Cownie, Jordan – Hometown hero who has notched up 182 appearances for the club in the last three seasons. Cownie has cemented himself as a fan favourite in the City of Discovery and his displays often impress more than just the Stars faithful. The Dundoinian also previously iced with Milton Keynes Lightning, Braehead Clan, Nottingham Panthers and Peterborough Phantoms.

Cox, Connor – Canadian d-man who brought a two-way game to the team and collected 25 points in 62 appearances in the 2018-2019 season. Cox’s last team was the Rosetown Redwings of the Sask Valley Hockey League.



In the Stars’ 19 years of action, they have only ever faced two teams whose name begins with ‘C’ and they are; CARDIFF DEVILS and COVENTRY BLAZE.

The three clubs have been battling it out against each other since the Stars inaugural season back in 2001-2002.

When the Stars joined the BNL in 2001, they would go on to win the league title and playoff championships, pipping the Blaze to both as they finished runners-up to the Scots, while the Devils brought up the rear of the league standings.

Coventry then topped the league the following season before departing the BNL, along with Cardiff, to join the newly-formed EIHL. Dundee would not encounter the sides again until they made their entry into the Elite League for the 2010-2011 campaign.

After 12 seasons of facing each other, every encounter always promises a lot of goals, with high-paced and skilful action.

In recent times, the Stars have found success against both clubs, home and away. A memorable 7-3 victory over the Blaze in November 2019 made for another rocking night at the DIA.



There was also the famous Saturday night playoff victory in the Welsh capital, as the Stars took a 4-2 first leg lead in the 2015-2016 Playoff Quarter-Finals. However, the Devils would overturn the result with a 4-1 in Tayside the next night.

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