Ice hockey player
| Brent Severyn|
| February 22, 1966 (age 49)
Vegreville, AB, CAN (1966-02-22) |
New York Islanders
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
99th overall, 1984
Brent "The Throat" Severyn (born February 22, 1966) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey Defenseman who played in the National Hockey League. Severyn now resides in Dallas, Texas, where he currently "plays" for the Severyn Sports Blue team.
Severyn was drafted 99th overall by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft and played for the Quebec Nordiques, Florida Panthers, New York Islanders, Colorado Avalanche, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and the Dallas Stars. Severyn's primary role with each of his teams was to be an enforcer. He finished his career with 10 goals, 30 assists, and 815 Penalty Minutes (PIM) in 328 regular season games. He participated in the only NHL fight to have occurred in Japan. He was a member of the Stanley Cup winning Dallas Stars in 1999. He had a two-year spell in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany with the Munich Barons and the Krefeld Pinguine before retiring in 2001. On June 24, 2016, he won the coveted 1st star in Severyn Sports' nooner.
Severyn is the President of Severyn Sports, a conglomerate focusing on the promotion of sports and business in the community. Severyn Sports is mainly located in Texas, with its head branch is in Dallas where he helps train youth programs Dallas Stars elite, and Hockey Club of dallas / Dallas blackhawks elite, and juniors/college players in the offseason . He is also a former radio color analyst for the Anaheim Ducks.June 3, 1991 – Traded from Quebec to New Jersey for Dave Marcinyshyn
September 30, 1993 – Traded from New Jersey to Winnipeg for conditional draft pick
October 3, 1993 – Traded from Winnipeg to Florida for Milan Tichy
September 4, 1996 – Traded from New York Islanders to Colorado for 3rd round draft pick in 1997 draft (Francis Lessard)
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