Greg Burke (ice hockey)
March 12, 1969|
Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
|Height||6 ft 1 in (185 cm)|
|Weight||200 lb (91 kg; 14 st 4 lb)|
Ohio State Buckeyes (CCHA)|
Birmingham Bulls (ECHL)
Nashville Knights (ECHL)
Dayton Bombers (ECHL)
Johnstown Chiefs (ECHL)
Ratingen Lions (DEL)
Kaufbeuren Eagles (DEL)
Bracknell Bees (BISL)
London Knights (BISL)
Nottingham Panthers (BISL)
Guildford Flames (BNL
Greg Burke (born March 12, 1969) is an American retired professional ice hockey and roller hockey player.
Burke played four years of college hockey (1988–92) for the Ohio State Buckeyes in the CCHA.
Professional ice hockey
Burke finished his college career and was signed by the Birmingham Bulls for the start of the 1992–93 ECHL season. He went on to play a total of five seasons in the ECHL, also suiting up with the Nashville Knights, Dayton Bombers, and Johnstown Chiefs.
Burke then spent the 1996–97 season in Germany where he played in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DHL) for the Ratingen Lions and Kaufbeuren Eagles.
The following season he moved to the United Kingdom where he played the remainder of his career (1997–2003) in the British Ice Hockey Superleague with the Bracknell Bees, London Knights, and Nottingham Panthers. Burke also played 30 games during the 2001–02 season in the British National League with the Guildford Flames. His final season, 2002–03, was played with the London Knights.
Professional roller hockey
Through the 1994–96 seasons Burke spent his summers playing in the RHI professional roller hockey league. He played for New Jersey Rockin' Rollers and Los-Angeles Blades.
|1988–89||Ohio State Buckeyes||CCHA||40||3||8||11||44|
|1989–90||Ohio State Buckeyes||CCHA||40||5||5||10||50|
|1990–91||Ohio State Buckeyes||CCHA||35||4||21||25||45|
|1991–92||Ohio State Buckeyes||CCHA||38||11||17||28||62|
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- Greg Burke career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
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