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


Kalns, Egils – Scored a total of 33 points in the 2019-2020 season and the Latvian winger was a big part of a dangerous Stars offence. He featured in 54 games, scoring 13 goals and assisting on a further 20 but now ices with his hometown club, Liepaja.

Kashirsky, Nakita – Was Jeff Hutchins’ number two during the 2013-2014 Gardiner Conference winning season and the Russian forward provided 59 points from 59 games.



Kaufmann, Jerad – The American shot-stopper was the Stars first goalie in the club’s Elite League era but after 16 appearances in the 2010-2011 season, he was replaced.

Kelsall, Jordan – Joined the Stars on loan from Nottingham Panthers for the 2018-2019 season and during his 59 appearances for the Stars, then aged 19, he contributed three points.

Kinos, Lauri – Iced in 36 games for the Stars in the 2010-2011 season and the Finnish defender put up eight points, including three goals in his first and only season in Great Britain.

Kirton, Scott – Canadian winger, who scored 32 points in the Stars first ever season as they went on to win a famous double, which included the British National League title and Playoff trophy.

Koenig, Trevor – Was a late addition to the 2015-2016 team and the Canadian goaltender would make 19 appearances to help the Stars qualify for the playoffs, where they made it as far as the Quarter-Finals.



Kolanos, Mark – Scored 16 goals after signing in the January of 2012 and would put up a total of 33 points in 23 appearances. The Canadian-born-Pole excited the DIA with his dazzling displays of skill and finesse and despite only being in the country for four months, he left his mark in Stars history.

Konkle, Jarrett – Contributed 49 points to the Stars 2011-2012 Elite League campaign and was the 2nd top point and goalscorer that season, only behind Jeff Hutchins. The Canadian scored 22 goals and added 27 assists in 56 games in his only year in the UK.

Koulikov, Slava – Ukrainian-born-Brit, who’s joined the Stars for their inaugural season in 2001. Slave contributed 12 goals and as many assists during his 52 appearances for the club. He only ever played outside of Britain twice, with a spell in his homeland, prior to joining Dundee.

Krantz, Doug – Canadian defenseman that protected the Dundee goal in the 2012-2013 campaign. He dressed in 46 games and scored five times from the blueline, while setting up a further 10 goals.

Kraus, Tim – Played 26 times for the Stars in the 2012-2013 season and was a late addition to the squad. After scoring five goals and assisting 13 times, he departed the club in the February.

Kroeker, Colton – Canadian forward who featured 55 times in the 2019-2020 season, totalling 31 points via 10 goals and 21 assists.



Kudrna, Ladislav – Was signed in October 2010 to replace Kaufmann in the Stars goal. The former Edinburgh Capitals, Nottingham Panthers, Hull Stingrays, London Racers and Newcastle Vipers keeper came with plenty of experience in the UK and helped the club to push on and make the playoffs in their debut Elite League season.

Kuuluvainen, Timo – Iced in six games of the 2014-2015 campaign and the Finnish winger scored one goal in his brief stint at the DIA.



The Stars have only ever played against one team beginning with the letter ‘K’ and the Kilmarnock Avalanche were competing against Dundee during the 2006-207 Scottish National League season.

The Stars would finish second that year, winning 31 points after winning 15 of their 18 league games but drawing once. A playoff semi-final defeat ended their campaign but the Avalanche would not make the post-season after finishing in eighth with 10 points.

After that season, the Ayrshire club reverted to their original name of Kilmarnock Storm.

Latest News
Trade-Mart Dundee Stars Team
54 Games
22 Wins
25 Losses
7 OT Losses
51 Points