Welcome to the fourth instalment of the Dundee Stars A-Z series. This week we bring you all the players in Stars history, whose names begin with the letter ‘D’.


Davidge, Mathieu – Scottish goalkeeper who defended the Dundee goal for 11 games in the 2005/2006 season. He most recently played for Aberdeen Lynx in 2018/2019.

de Concilys, Joey – Blueliner from the 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 seasons, who scored 10 goals and assisted a further 24 in a total of 117 games. The Canadian, also holds an Italian passport and was an alternate captain in his second year.

DeCosty, Derek – American center, who joined the Stars for the 2002/2003 BNL campaign, signing from fellow BNL outfit Guildford Flames, where he had spent six seasons. In 27 league games and 10 playoff appearances, DeCosty scored 39 points (16+15 and 2+6).

Dickenson, Lou – NHL Draft Pick in 2000 by Edmonton Oilers (Round 4, #113 Overall), who played in the 2015/2016, scoring 20 goals and 25 assists in 52 games.



Dickin, Taylor – A Canadian-born Brit who is well known around the Elite League after joining the Stars from Manchester Storm and previously icing with Edinburgh Capitals. Dickin scored 7 points in 29 matches.

Dirk, Jagger – Defenseman who played 54 games in the 2019/2020 season and the Canadian contributed 35 points (4+27).

Doig, Kyle – Scottish forward who played four seasons with the Stars during the SNL and Northern League era and he iced 89 times between 2005 and 2009, scoring a total of 58 points.

Dolan, John – Hometown hero, who leads the club in all-time games played (431), all-time goals (232), all-time assists (216) and all-time points (448). Dolan spent 13 seasons with the club between 2002 to 2016 and the Dundonian left a lasting impression on coaches, players and all the fans, who witnessed his talents. John also won the BNL Playoff Championship (2004/2005) and Gardiner Conference Championship (2013/2014) whilst playing with the Stars. Now he leads the Dundee Comets.



Dow, Drydn – Club legend, who in just two years built a massive reputation for himself in the city. The Alberta-native made over 120 appearances across a pair of seasons, contributing 42 points (10+32) in his first campaign and 44 (16+28) in his second. Dow is now skating with HK Spisska Nova Ves in the Slovakian second league.

Dowd, Garry – English two-way player, who was a part of the Stars BNL League and Playoff championship winning squad in the club’s first year of existence. Dowd scored 4 points in 55 appearances in the 2001/2002 campaign.

Downes, John – Left winger from Glasgow, who’s only year with the club was in 2002/2003. He scored 20 points in 46 matches before returning to play for his old club Paisley Pirates, until 2012 when he retired.

Downie, Colin – Scottish netminder that was a part of the organisation for two seasons, after joining from rivals, Fife Flyers in 2004/2005, he made one appearance in the BNL. Downie then joined the club again for the 2006/2007 campaign and appeared 6 times. He retired in 2012 after spending two seasons in the Australian Hockey League.

Dowzak, Tysen – Tough defender who guarded the Stars blueline during the Gardiner Conference winning season of 2013/2014. During his 36 appearances, he contributed 10 points and retired after that season.

Doyle, Trevor – Canadian defenseman, who was a 1993 NHL Draft Pick by Florida Panthers (Round 7, #161 Overall). Joined from Ayr Scottish Eagles and made one league appearance and featured in 10 playoff matches, to help Dundee secure their famous BNL double championship in 2001/2002.

Dufour, Kevin – Canadian forward who led the Stars offence in 2019/2020 season and was feared around the league for his ability to turn nothing into goals. During his 56 appearances for the Stars, Dufour scored 32 times and created a further 24 goals for 56 points.



Dunbar, Laurie – Scottish forward from Edinburgh, who left his hometown club in 2002/2003 to spend his only season with the Stars and his only year not playing out of Murrayfield Ice Rink.



In the Stars’ 19 years of existence, they have only ever faced three teams whose name begins with ‘D’ and they are; DUNDALK BULLS, DUNDEE COMETS and DUNDEE TIGERS.

The four clubs have only met when during the team’s tenure in the SNL and they met the Bulls from Ireland when they played in the Celtic Cup in the 2008/2009 season.

The Bulls were joined by another team from Dundalk, Latvian Hawks and they played against; the Stars, Fife Flyers, Paisley Pirates and Solway Sharks.

After 20 games, Fife topped the group with 34 points and the Stars came second with 33 but only two more teams would qualify for the knockout stage and they were the Bulls and the Hawks.



In the Semi-Finals, Dundee beat Dundalk 6-2 and faced Fife in the Final but the Flyers would claim the trophy by winning 3-2 after penalties.

However, the Tigers featured against the Stars more frequently as they had two league campaigns of competing for the SNL League title in 2005/2006 and 2006/2007. Although, the Tigers failed to finish above the Stars in both seasons

Finally, the Stars met the Comets twice in the Group Stage of the Autumn Cup of 2009/2010 and the Stars went undefeated during the group stage, with two wins over the Comets and Fife Flyers each.

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