Hall of Fame
The Portland Pirates’ Hall of Fame presented by UNUM was founded in 1999, the year in which its three charter members were inducted:Andrew Brunette, Byron Dafoe, and Olaf Kolzig. The Hall of Fame was created to honor those individuals who had played a significant role in Pirates’ history, both on and off the ice, and who have excelled in their careers in hockey. In order for a player to be eligible, he must have skated in at least 40 Pirates’ games and, at the time of his induction, have been at least one year removed from playing the game. In 2012 Brad Church was inducted as the 16th member of the Pirates Hall of Fame, presented by Unum, after winning an on-line vote by Pirates fans.
Click on a photo below to view a Hall of Fame member’s profile.