Daryl Lipsey

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Daryl Lipsey
Born (1963-06-26) 26 June 1963 (age 53)
North Battleford, SK, CAN
Height 5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Weight 154 lb (70 kg; 11 st 0 lb)
Position Centre
Shot Left
Retired team Manchester Storm
Played for Battleford Barons (1982-1983)
North Battleford North Stars (1983-1984)
Bournemouth Stags (1984-1986)
Swindon Wildcats (1986-1995)
Manchester Storm (1995-1997)
Playing career 1982–1997
Coaching Career
Previous team(s) Swindon Wildcats 1986-1995 (P/C)
Manchester Storm 1995-1996 (Player/Asst. Coach)
Manchester Storm 1996-2001 (Asst. Coach)
Manchester Storm 2001-2003 (Head Coach)
Swindon Wildcats 2004-2005 (Head Coach)
Swindon Wildcats 2005-2006 (Team Consultant)
Years as a coach 1986–2006

Daryl Lipsey (born 26 June 1963) is a Canadian professional player and coach of ice hockey. Apart from two professional seasons in Canada he has played the majority of his career in the United Kingdom (from 1984–1997). Although he retired as a player in 1997, he continued to coach until 2005. He is also known under the nickname 'Mr. Swindon Hockey' after being the Swindon ice hockey team's Player-Coach for 9 seasons and their Head Coach for one season.

Biography [1][edit]

Lipsey began his career playing with the Battleford Barons of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League in 1982-83. He then played just one more season in Canada with the North Battleford North Stars before leaving Canada to join Bournemouth Stags of the British Hockey League in England.

He spent two seasons with the Stags before joining the Swindon Wildcats for the 1986-1987 season. He played and coached the Wildcats for nine seasons. In 1995-96, he joined the Manchester Storm in the position of player and assistant coach. He ended his playing career during the 1996-1997 Ice Hockey Superleague season, but continued on the team staff for Manchester Storm for six seasons, and the Swindon Wildcats' team staff for two years. His coaching career finished at Swindon in the 2004-2005 EPIHL season, then Lipsey became Swindon's 'Team Consultant' for one more season before retiring completely from the sport.

Statistics[edit]

For meanings of abbreviations, see ice hockey statistics.

Season Team League  PJ  B   A  PTS PUN[2]
1982-83 Battleford Barons LHJS          
1983-84 North Battlefords North Stars LHJS 59 26 59 85 0
1984-85 Bournemouth Stags BHL Div.1 20 57 24 81 71
1985-86 Bournemouth Stags BHL Div.1 19 59 60 119 73
1986-87 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 29 79 66 145 99
1987-88 Medway Bears BHL Div.1
1987-88 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 28 81 62 143 52
1988-89 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 24 53 46 99 52
1989-90 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 9 13 13 26 10
1990-91 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 8 19 12 31 20
1991-92 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 36 65 39 104 58
1992-93 Swindon Wildcats BHL Div.1 31 21 22 43 46
1993-94 Swindon Wildcats BNL 50 63 65 128 74
1994-95 Swindon Wildcats BNL 44 83 81 164 53
1995-96 Manchester Storm BNL 48 44 46 90 72
1996-97 Manchester Storm LEH 2 0 0 0 0
1996-97 Manchester Storm Cup B & H 7 0 1 1 4
1996-97 Manchester Storm ISL 2 1 0 1 12
Totals 416 664 596 1,260 696

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eliteprospects.com (http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=79341)
  2. ^ "Career Statistics". www.eurohockey.net. Retrieved 11 November 2009. 

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