Former Chilliwack Chief in mix for Hockey East dream team

The NCAA conference is celebrating its 35th anniversary by naming its all-time best players.

Former Chilliwack Chief Jason Krog is on the fan-voting ballot for the Hockey East Conference 35th anniversary dream team.

Krog is one of 64 forwards to choose from, including the best of the best since the conference first started play in 1984.

The Fernie native was a Chief for three seasons (1992-1995), recording 96 goals and 242 points in 158 games.

Krog went on to four years at the University of New Hampshire, where he captained the Wildcats in 1998-99.

His NCAA career saw him score 94 goals and 238 points in 152 games and he was previously named to the Hockey East 25th anniversary team.

From the NCAA to the pros, Krog enjoyed an 18-year career that included National Hockey League stops with the New York Islanders, Anaheim Ducks, Atlanta Thrashers, New York Rangers and Vancouver Canucks.

He finally hung up the skates following the 2016-17 season.

Vote for Krog once a day online at hockeyeastonline.com/men/articles/2019/01/35th-anniversary-fan-voting.php

The final dream team will be selected jointly by fan voting and a league committee consisting of league staff, school staff and members of the media.

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