How He Got Here
Signed as a Free Agent on September 10, 1985. He signed again as a free agent on September 16, 1990.
Always Remember the First Time
|Game Winning Goal||12/20/1985||at Los Angeles|
- Scored 2 goals in each of 7 different games.
- Earned 2-three game
goal scoring streaks:
- November 2 (at Tacoma), November 7 (Tacoma), and November 13, 1985 (Baltimore)
- February 14 (Cleveland), February 22 (2 goals vs Los Angeles), February 25, 1986 (Minnesota)
- Scored a goal in two
straight games five times:
- November 26 (Minnesota) and November 30 (at Wichita)
- December 13 (Baltimore) and December 14 (at St. Louis)
- December 20 (at Los Angeles) and December 21 (at San Diego)
- January 21 (Wichita) and January 24 (at St. Louis)
- March 2 (at Pittsburgh) and March 5 (Chicago)
- March 13 (St. Louis) and March 16 (Cleveland)
- Scored Game Winning Goals on the following dates:
- December 20 at Los Angeles
- January 8 at Minnesota
- Awarded the Game Winning Assist on December 18.
- Lead the Sidekicks in Playoff Assists with 3.
- Scored 2 goals in a game twice:
- Assisted on Marcio Leite's Powerplay goal at San Diego on December 20.
- Scored the Overtime Game Winning Goal at Wichita on February 17, 1987.
- Scored the Opening Day Game Winning Goal
- Returned to Dallas as a free agent.
- Scored a goal on back
to back nights on two different occasions:
- October 19 (at Tacoma) and 20 (vs San Diego)
- November 2 (Wichita) and November 3 (at Wichita)
- Put together a 12 game point scoring (goal or an assist) streak from November 18 through December 30, 1990.
- Scored the final Sidekicks goal in the last game of the season on April 6, 1991 vs San Diego.
Field Player Statistics With Dallas
6th Attacker Statistics With Dallas
Playoff Statistics With Dallas