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Hall of Fame

During the summer of 2012 the Des Moines Buccaneers' announced plans to bring back the franchise's Hall of Fame which had been dormant since 2002 and in November 2013, released the first list of inductees in a full decade. In March 2013, the team held it's first Hall of Fame Induction ceremony and introduced a new permanent display inside of Blackbeard's Lounge.

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2015 Des Moines Buccaneers' Hall of Fame Class

Member Role Years with the Bucs
Matt Dalton Goaltender Matt is a fine example of perseverance in hockey and has carved himself an excellent professional career. Dalton played heavy minutes in the pipes for Des Moines in the 06’-07’ season, posting a 2.83 GAA and a .909 SV% facing many shots a night. Dalton ended his Bucs career with all-time records in appearances (53), minutes played (3,029), saves (1,423), and shutouts (5). He is also second all-time in wins with 27. He went on to backstop the Bemidji State Beavers in the Western Collegiate Hockey Conference for two seasons before signing a professional contract with the Boston Bruins. After bouncing around between the AHL and ECHL Bruin affiliates for two seasons, Dalton took his talents to the KHL in Russia for the 11’-12’ season. Dalton has now spent four seasons with Anyang Halla of the Asia Professional Hockey League and represented South Korea in Pyeongchang at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Marty Mjelleli Forward, Coach, Scout Marty has become entrenched in Buccaneer history serving many roles for the organization. Mjelleli served as captain for the Buccaneers in his second season in Des Moines. During that 03’-04’season Mjelleli was outstanding, tallying 21 goals and 36 assists over 60 games. Marty’s junior prowess brought him to St. Cloud State University for four seasons. After a three-year pro career spanning the ECHL to Netherlands, Marty served as Head Coach of the Bucs for part of the 2011-12 season and was assistant in Des Moines for two seasons after that. He still serves as a scout in the Midwest for the Buccaneers.
Mike Nooyen Forward There was a lot of greatness in the 90’s at Buccaneer Arena, but few could forget the greatness of Mike Nooyen during his Buccaneer days from 94’-96’. In two seasons with the Bucs Nooyen had 101 points, including a very special night in 1995 against the Wisconsin Capitals. Mike netted a hat-trick and five-assists for a massive eight-point night. Nooyen’s name still sits in the record categories for most assists in one game (5) and most points in one game (8).
Bob Revermann Goaltender Revermann’s Buccaneers numbers have stood the test of time… and for good reason. His one season in Des Moines it was impossible to put pucks by the staunch netminder. During the Buccaneers third Clark Cup championship run in 97’-98’, Revermann had a staggering 1.63 GAA and a .938 SV%. Both of those marks still hold up as the best stats in Buccaneer goaltending history.

Des Moines Buccaneers' Hall of Fame Inductees

Name Association
Jamie Adams Player
Reggie Berg Player
Beau Bilek Player
John Blue Player
Matt Carney Player
Scott Clemmensen Player
Dave Cooper Player
Matt Dalton Player
Paul Erickson Player
Bob Ferguson Coach
Brad Frattaroli Player
Peter Fregoe Player
Don Geiger Board Member
Curt Hammer Board Member
Myles Hart Player
Nick Krueger Player
Scott Krueger Player
Trevor Lewis Player
Marc Magliarditi Player
Marty Mjelleli Player & Coach
Bob Nardella Player
Mike Nooyen Player
Kyle Okposo Player
Scott Owens Coach
Jeff Petry Player
Ivan Prediger Coach
Scott Purpur Player
Chad Rau Player
Mike Real Player
Bob Revermann Player
Eric Rud Player
Kelly Sanner Fan
Peter Sejna Player
Daryl Seltenrich Player