Hershey Bears Alumni: Roger DeJordy

Hershey Bears of the past. A Blog devoted to the past players of the American Hockey Leagues Hershey Bears. Once a week a former Bear will be profiled. Learn about the individuals who made the Bears the greatest team in minor league hockey history.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Roger DeJordy

A great, great scorer while wearing the Chocolate and Black of the Bears. DeJordy played in Central Pennsylvania from 1962 to 1970. Although he never lead the Bears in single season scoring, the Quebec native ranks 5th all-time in goals with 222 and 7th overall with 448 points while with the Bears.
At last contact, Dejordy was living in Edmonton and working part-time at Edmonton Northlands Race Track. Prior to the track, DeJordy took an early retirement from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology where he managed the ice arena for 27 years.
One of DeJordy's greatest memories in hockey was the Calder Cup Championship won with the Bears in 1969.


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