Darren Colbourne played 421 games over seven seasons in the ECHL with Dayton, Richmond, Raleigh and Augusta. He ranks fifth in League history with 323 goals and 14th with 567 points while his 0.77 goals-per-game average ranks third all-time. Twice during his career, he scored 69 goals in a season – 1991-92 with Dayton and 1993-94 with Richmond – which ranks as the third-most in a single season in ECHL history. He owns third (26 in 1991-92) and fourth (25 in 1993-94) place in League history for most power-play goals in a season, and his six hat tricks in 1991-92 are the third best in a single season. Colbourne scored 40 or more goals four times in his ECHL career, including three seasons of at least 50 goals, which is tied for the most in history. He was named the ECHL Rookie of the Year and earned a spot on the All-ECHL First Team in 1991-92 after posting 119 points (69g-50a) in 64 games with Dayton and earned a spot on the All-ECHL Second Team in 1993-94.