In celebration of the new year 2021, Petes fans are called to cast their vote to decide which Petes best represents their respective jersey number from 1 – 21. The top four players to wear each number will be showcased every day for 20 consecutive days and Petes fans will vote for who they believe wore it best!
Did you know Cameron Mann is originally from Manitoba? He played five seasons with the Petes, including the 95-96 season that saw the Petes earn the J. Ross Robertson Cup and when Peterborough hosted the Memorial Cup. He was one of the most important players on that ’96 team by putting up 108 points in 66 games. He is 10th in the Petes records books for most overall points!
Doug Jarvis was the captain of the Petes from 1973-75. He put up 133 points in 69 games in his veteran season. He holds the NHL Iron Man record: 964 games! He won the Frank J. Selke Trophy in 1974, Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy winner in 1987, and won Stanley Cup champion in 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979. Did we mention that he coached in the NHL for 30 years?
Craig Ramsay is another influential player from the ’70s. He was the captain of the Petes from 1970-71 and played for the maroon and white from 67-71. In his final year with the Petes, he clinched 106 points. He was drafted to the Sabres in 1971 and spent his entire 14-year NHL career in Buffalo. He was an NHL coach for 21 years upon retiring.
Jason Dawe played for the Petes from 1989-93 and won the J. Ross Roberston Cup in 1993. During that season, he registered 126 points. Before Nick Robertson, he and Mike Harding were the last players to score 50+ goals in the regular season,
* Predetermined players that fans are voting on have been selected from 1956 – 2019 (2019 is the player’s final season with the Petes).
* Many of these players have worn multiple jersey numbers while playing for the Petes, these players will not show up to be voted on for each number they have worn. They will only show up and be made available to vote for on one of their Petes jersey numbers.