#9 Daryl Clancy - Forward

1980/82 - Frank Cosco
1983/89 - CWS
1990/91 - Frasca TopGuns
1992/93 - Femview Rangers

Daryl Clancy was a very skilled, hardworking and dedicated player with an undeniable attitude for winning. His determination led him and his teams to titles in four different leagues (NMHA, MTBBL, TBHA, NWTBBL) in a career spanning over 14 years.

Daryl is the all-time leading scorer in Mississauga Ball Hockey Association history having amassed 282 points in 107 games played where he won the scoring title in 1984, 1985 and in 1989. He was a 5-time UBHA I st Team Allstar and was selected the league's @ in 1986 and 1987.

Daryl was a member of a unique group of marksmen in the game when he counted 50 points in the Metro Toronto Ball Hockey League to capture his second scoring championship in as many leagues played.

Nonetheless, his accomplishments did not end there. The dimunutive forward, who combined speed, tenaciousness and pure offensive prowress in his game, saved his best for last when he joined the Femview Rangers in 1991 where he helped lead the sport's most tenured franchise to their first OBHA Provincial Chainpionship (Penetang) and first of three consecutive National Championships (British Columbia) in 1992.

There could not have been a more appropriate epilogue to an individual's career who epitomized professionalism and perseverance both on and off the playing surface and who's rewards were finally realized. Daryl Clancy, whose qualities as an individual along with his accomplishments as a player have made him one of the premier practitioners in 'Orange Ball' history, has earned his rightful place in the OBHA Players Hall of Fame.