Feb 15–Marty Dallman

Posted: February 16, 2012 in Uncategorized
Marty Dallman

Selected by Los Angeles Kings round 4 #81 overall 1981 NHL Entry Draft.

Dallman spent two seasons with the Kings farm club in New Haven then signed a free agent contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1986. The 1986-97 was also spent entirely in the minors but the following year Dallman got quick cup of coffee in the NHL.
The Leafs summoned Dallman for two games and he responded with an assist. Though much of the next season was spent in the minors yet again, Dallman did return to the Leafs roster for four more games but he was unable to register a point.
With his Leaf contract up Dallman headed to Austria to continue his career and played five seasons there. While in Austria he became a citizen and represented the country in both the World Championships and the 1994 Olympic Games.
After playing a handful of games in Switzerland during the 1994-95 season Dallman returned to North American and played with the East Coast Hockey League’s South Carolina Stingrays. Dallman returned to Austria the next season then moved on to Britain’s Superleague to play for the Nottingham Panthers.
For Dallman’s final season as a player he returned to North America and signed a deal with the Albilene Aviators of the Western Professional League. Dallman had an outstanding season scoring 30 goals and 67 points in 59 games. Dallman left the ice but remained with the Aviators becoming the team’s head coach following his retirement as a player.

CAREER NHL STATISTICS
Years Teams GP G A TP PIM
1988 Toronto 6 0 1 1 0

Signed my CIC in blue ink TTM.

Included this colour postcard unsigned.

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