Phil Berger began playing in the ECHL as a rookie in 1989-90 with Greensboro and played nine seasons in the league with Greensboro, Charlotte, Raleigh and Hampton Roads. He ranks eighth in ECHL history with 599 points, 11th in goals (251) and 14th in assists (348). His 0.69 goals-per-game, 0.95 assists-per-game and 1.64 points-per-game averages are all fourth-best in league history. Berger led the ECHL in scoring with 130 points (60g-70a) in 1991-92 and with 139 points (56g-83a) in 1993-94. He was named to the All-ECHL Second Team and the ECHL Most Valuable Player in 1991-92 and was named to the All-ECHL First Team in 1993-94. Berger is the ECHL’s all-time leader in postseason scoring with 117 points, is tied for first with 50 postseason goals and is second with 67 postseason assists. He was a member of two Riley Cup championship teams – Greensboro in 1990 and Charlotte in 1996. Berger played in the first two ECHL All-Star Games in 1993 and 1994 and scored three points (2g-1a).