Detroit Red Wing Alumni Port Huron Roster
Bowman, George 35 Currently the Secretary of The Red Wing Alumni, George is grandson of the original Scotty Bowman (1930s-1940s Red Wings). In addition to Alumni duties, he has occasionally served as Detroit Red Wings practice goalie and is a PGA Professional.
Fedyk, Brent 15 He was selected by Detroit in the first round of the 1985 draft. From 1985-2000, in addition to the Red Wings, his career took him to The Philadelphia Flyers, Dallas Stars and New York Rangers.
Hextall, Dennis 22 As a center, Dennis led both the Minnesota North Stars and Oakland Seals in scoring and penalties. He was named to two All-Star teams and played his last four years with the Red Wings where he served as a Team Captain.
Ogrodnick, John 25 He is a career 402 goal scorer. During 1984-85 season, John scored 55 regular-season goals and was named a first-team All Star. Over a 14 year career, He played eight of those years for the Red Wings, in addition to playing with The Quebec Nordiques and New York Rangers
Ysebaert, Paul 21 Known as “Rocket Man”, Paul spent three years with Detroit, where he scored 35 goals in 1991-92, and 34 the next season. He spent 11 seasons with five NHL teams.
Bidner, Todd 8 A professional career that totaled 20 years and a native of Petrolia, ONT, Todd was with the Washington Capitals and locally with the Adirondack Red Wings. His professional hockey career totaled 20 years
Knauft, Lorne 5 Over the course of his professional career, he has played for 8 different leagues and was a member of The Adirondack Red Wings, Flint Generals and Detroit Vipers.
Nienhuis, Kraig 38 After three years of college, Kraig was signed as a free agent by Boston where he spent three seasons. He also played 11 years in Europe.
Samsonov, Sergei 14 He is a Native of Russia and a former IHL and NHL Rookie of the year. Drafted in the first round by the Boston Bruins and played for 6 different NHL organizations. He is a former member of the Turner Cup winning Detroit Vipers and a Bronze Medalist in Olympic competition.
Smolinski, Bryan 20 A Michigan State University Alum with over 1,000 career NHL games. From 1992-2010 his NHL career placed him with 8 different NHL teams.
Wolanin, Craig 6 A Stanley Cup Champion with Colorado and New Jersey’s first choice in the 1985 Entry Draft, Craig played five seasons with the Devil’s. His NHL career spanned 13 seasons.