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 ‘M’.

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MacEachran, Calum – Spent two years at the club and competed with the Stars in the 2005-2006 Northern League and Scottish National League, then again in the 2008-2009 Northern League.

MacEachran, Fraser – Brother to Calum but only played one season alongside his sibling with the Stars, as he was a part of the 2005-2006 roster.

MacLean, A.J. – Stars icon, who was with the club for their first three Elite League seasons and was promoted to captain in his second campaign. The Nova-Scotia native iced in 179 games for the Stars and racked up 108 points for the club between 2010 and 2013.



MacLellan, Jack – Arrived late to help the Stars clinch their 2013-2014 Gardiner Conference title and in his 11 games, the Canadian scored 5 goals and assisted on five more.

MacRae, Ross – Scottish goalkeeper who played twice for the Stars in 2006-2007 and kept a clean sheet on both Scottish National League appearances.

Makway, Steve – Canadian defenseman from the Stars inaugural Elite League season in 2010-2011, who iced in 57 games and scored 46 points from the blueline.

Markowitz, Danny – Made five appearances in the 2012-2013 season before the American defender departed.

Marquardt, Matt – Is a former Stars captain and played a big role for the team during his two years with the club. Across the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 seasons, Marquardt played 123 games and scored 104 points.

Marshall, Jeff – Club legend and the British-Canadian served the club for six seasons between 2004 and 2011. Marshall was a key figure at the Dundee back end and has played in every league that the Stars have ever competed in. After playing a total of 152 games for the club, Jeff totalled over 160 points, which included 66 goals.



Marshall, Ross – Brother of Jeff and made six appearances in the 2009-2010 Northern League season, assisting twice.

Mastrodicasa, Anthony – Defended the Dundee blueline in 2017-2018 and contributed 19 points in 38 appearances.

Maxwell, Wayne – Scottish defenseman, who played for the club on two occasions during their debut season in 2001-2002.

Maylan, Justin – Featured in 25 games of the 2019-2020 campaign before making an early departure.

Mazur, Alan – Played in 42 matches of the 2011-2012 season and the Canadian defender added 14 points to the team.

McCluskey, Sam – Played 10 seasons with the Stars and racked up 380 appearances, scoring a total of 128 points. The Dundonian defender made his debut in the 2005-2006 Scottish national League season and continued to play for his boyhood club up until 2016. Sam had a career best year back in 2013-2014, as he netted eight goals and assisted on 32 more for 40 points in 61 matches – the same season the Stars won their only Gardiner Conference title.



McGiffin, Cameron – Was a part of the defensive unit for two seasons between 2016 and 2018, featuring in 75 matches.

McGill, Mark – Was the Stars trusted back-up for five years and made a total of 25 appearances between the pipes between 2009 and 2014.

McGoff, Dan – American blueliner from the 2011-2012 campaign and McGoff featured in 60 games that season, scoring 4 goals and 16 assists.

McGurnaghan, Paul – Iced in 2 games for the Stars during the 2005-2006 Scottish National League season.

McIntosh, Lewis – Scottish forward who made 18 appearances between 2013 and 2015. While also picking up a Gardiner Conference winners medal.

McIntosh, Ross – Forward from Dundee who has played a part for the Stars in seven seasons, from 2006 to 2013. In 159 matches, a 15-22 years old McIntosh contributed 22 points.

McKenzie, Bari – Scored 22 points in two seasons with the team and after featuring in 119 games for the Stars, he also had a Gardiner Conference winners medal from the 2013-2014 season to take home.

McMorrow, Sean – Better known as “The Sheriff”, the former NHLer was signed ahead of the 2010-2011 season, as the Stars made their debut in the EIHL. McMorrow only played 15 games that season but his physicality was what got crowds going and he left the Stars, with 91 penalty minutes to his name.

McPherson, Brock – Captained the Stars to their 2013-2014 Gardiner Conference title and was a massive presence on and off the ice for the club. The big Canadian scored 13 goals and assisted 12 times across 57 games, in what was his final season of pro hockey.



Michie, Matthew – Was playing for the Stars back in the 2006-2007 and 2007-2008 seasons but has provided back-up cover during the Elite League era for the team when called upon.

Mikel, Jan – Defended the Dundee goal for the club’s first two seasons and the Czech blueliner was the team’s first ever captain. In the 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 campaigns, Mikel scored 46 goals and racked up 104 assists from 102 appearances, while also leading the team to a league title and playoff championship.

Miller, Thomas – Scottish forward, who played for the club on two occasions during their debut season in 2001-2002.

Mimar, Marc-Olivier – Provided a large and physical presence down the right wing but the big Canadian also knew how to score points, finding the net 19 times and collecting a total of 58 points across 62 matches in 2017-2018.

Mitchell, John – Iced in 27 Elite League matches for the Stars before an early exit for the American, who had contributed 28 points.

Mitchell, Lee – Played 44 times during the 2011-2012 season and the Scottish forward scored 24 points.

Moffat, Andy – Netminder from Dundee who was the clubs shot-stopper in the 2005-2006 and 2008-2009 seasons. Moffat made a total of 19 starts for the Stars across the Northern and Scottish National League.

Moore, Craig – Spent two years with the club and had signed up to return for a third before the 2020-2021 season was cancelled. During the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 campaigns, Moore appeared on 129 occasions and scored 23 points from the blueline.

Moore, Greg – Protected the Dundee blueline in the 2012-2013 campaign, playing in 62 games, scoring 8 points.

Morgan, Cory – Was brought into the squad late but made a significant impact to the 2004-2005 British National League Playoff Championship winning side. Morgan played in 56 matches that year and amassed; 34 goals and 32 assists.



Murphy, Stephen – Dundonian goaltender who backstopped his hometown team for two seasons in the British National League. Between 2001 and 2003, Murphy was between the pipes in 101 games for Dundee and helped the team to win the league title and playoff championship in the first season.



The Dundee Stars have came across three clubs beginning with the letter ‘M’ in their history and they are MILTON KEYNES KINGS/LIGHTNING, MORAY TORNADOES and MANCHESTER STORM.

The Stars first faced a team from Milton Keynes in their first ever season, as the KINGS competed in the BNL. The KINGS would finish seventh in the league as the Stars won their famous double but that would be their only clashes for the next 10 years.

In the 2017-2018 Elite League season, the Stars returned to taking on the Buckinghamshire outfit, with the addition of the LIGHTNING to the EIHL. After finishing 11th, with the Stars six points ahead in 10th, Milton Keynes would become the basement club the following season and it would also be there last in the Elite League, as the club dropped back down into the English leagues.



Following the collapse of the BNL, the Stars moved into the Scottish leagues, where they would face-off with MORAY TORNADOES in the SNL for two years. After finishing second on 26 points, Dundee found themselves 14 clear of the sixth-placed Moray. The next season was a similar story with the Stars runners-up once again and the Tornadoes 21 points behind in ninth.

Most recently, the Stars have been doing battle with MANCHESTER STORM since they joined the Elite League in 2015. The STORM finished ninth in their first season and were just 11 points behind Dundee, who sat seventh.

However, in the 2016-2017 season, it was a lot closer as the two sides both won the final two playoff spots with the Stars just two points ahead. Although, when Omar Pacha departed Manchester and took the helm at Dundee, the battles intensified.



The Storm’s third year saw them soar and claim second place in the Elite League, while the Stars slipped to 10th but the 2018-2019 campaign brought the two back closer together. Both teams would miss out on a place in the post-season but only a single point separated them in ninth and 10th, as the STORM stayed on top.

Finally, the tight margins did not disappear in the most recent season that was curtailed, with Manchester holding a two point lead over the Stars, who still had a game in hand on the Altrincham side. Before the season was cancelled, Manchester occupied the eighth and final playoff spot but the Stars were determined to knock them out of it.

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