Dave MacIsaac is an N.C.A.A champion, a Calder Cup champion, and long-time pro.
However, like many hard-working and talented players, he never actually played a game in an NHL jersey. But there is a lot of hockey being played outside of the NHL, and Dave has seen a lot of it.
In this episode we discuss Dave's career and how he made a career as a professional hockey player without playing in a single NHL game.
A new Netflix documentary premiered on Tuesday called "Untold: Crime & Penalties," offering "fresh eyes to epic tales from the wide world of sports."
In its first installment of the five-part series, the film highlighted the story of the Danbury Trashers — the 2004-2006 hockey team known for its brawls at Danbury Ice Arena.
Dave was actually the captain of the Trashers during their time in the league and has some must-hear stories to go along with his time there...
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