3. Darryl Sydor (1995-2003, 2006-07, 2008-09)
The Dallas Stars and Darryl Sydor had a relationship so special that it included three separate tenures.
Sydor was originally the 7th overall pick of the Los Angeles Kings in the 1990 NHL draft. The Edmonton native underwhelmed in his time on the West Coast. The Kings eventually traded the defenseman to Dallas in February of 1996.
Darryl Sydor was a key piece of the Dallas Stars 1999 Stanley Cup Championship team. He joined Sergei Zubov to form one of the most formidable offensive attacks from the blue line in NHL history.
Sydor’s best NHL seasons came between 1996 and 1999, when he accumulated 3 All-Star selections and Norris Trophy finalist honors. He also accumulated 334 points over 714 games played with the Dallas Stars.