| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
180 lb (82 kg)
Herning Blue Fox
Pensacola Ice Pilots
South Carolina Stingrays
Victoria Salmon Kings
Kansas City Blades
|Born|| March 29 1972,|
Brockville, ON, CAN
|Pro Career||1996 – 2005|
Brad Dexter (born March 29, 1972) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who has served as an assistant coach with the Colgate Raiders of the ECAC Hockey conference in the NCAA since 2005.
Dexter was a four-year letterwinner in hockey at Colgate. He was named to the All-American second team and all-ECAC Hockey first team as a senior in 1996. As a junior, he earned second-team all-ECAC honors and was named to the league's all-rookie team his first season.
As a senior at Colgate, Dexter registered 32 points, which is tied for seventh on the school¹s single-season scoring by defensemen list. He was named to the All-America second team and all-ECAC first team in 1996. He earned second-team all-ECAC honors as a junior, and was named to the league¹s all-rookie team his first season.
Dexter is tied for 70th on Colgate's all-time career scoring list with 20 goals and 65 assists for 85 points in 108 games. Among Raider defensemen, Dexter ranks sixth all-time in assists, eighth in points, and is tied for 10th in goals.
Undrafted by the NHL, he turned pro in 1996-97 with the Raleigh Icecaps. Dexter spent most of his career in the ECHL. In 2001-02, he took off a year from playing to be an assistant coach for the Clarkson Golden Knights. In 2002-03 Dexter returned to playing with the Pensacola Ice Pilots. In 2003-04 he played for the Victoria Salmon Kings and retired.
- Brad Dexter's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Colgate University Athletics Website, Brad Dexter's Profile
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