Sam Ftorek
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Sam Ftorek spent 15 seasons of his 18-year professional playing career in the ECHL, culminating in setting the League’s all-time games played record with Kalamazoo in 2014-15. He set the record on Dec. 13, 2014, breaking the previous mark of 789 which was held by 2010 ECHL Hall of Fame inductee Cam Brown, and ended his career having appeared in 859 career ECHL games. Ftorek is tied for seventh in ECHL history with 367 career assists, 15th with 556 career points and 30th with 189 career goals. He earned a spot on the All-ECHL First Team, and was runner-up for the League’s Defenseman of the Year award in 2013-14, when he posted 47 points (13g-34a) in 70 games with the Kalamazoo Wings.

Sam Ftorek - 2018 ECHL Hall of Fame