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!
Mike Harding is considered a Petes legend. He holds the organization’s record for overall points (350) and is known for scoring 54 goals in the 1992-93 season when the Petes won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.
Tim Trimper, who wore two different numbers, played for the Petes from 1976-79, winning a J. Ross Robertson Cup in 1978 and 1979, and was part of the club’s only Memorial Cup team. He was a vital member of the ’79 championship team scoring 62 goals and 46 assists in that season alone. He was drafted 28th overall in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft to the Chicago Blackhawks and played three seasons with the Winnipeg Jets from 1980-83.
Dave Morrison played for the Petes from 1979-82 and won a J. Ross Robertson Cup with the Petes in 1980. The following year, he was captain of the maroon and white squad 1980-81 Petes. He was part of the Petes 1980 team under Mike Keenan that represented Canada at the World Junior Championship and then was part of Team Canada again in 1982 that won the gold medal. He currently serves as the Director of Player Personnel with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Dave Lorentz played for the Petes from 1987-90 and was captain of the J.Ross Robertson Cup squad in 1988-89. He’s often celebrated by his former teammates for being a steadfast leader with 142 points across three seasons in the maroon and white.
* 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.