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Brent Belecki (born December 22, 1977 in Calgary, Alberta) is a former professional ice hockey goaltender who played in the Western Hockey League, East Coast Hockey League, Central Hockey League, United Hockey League, and American Hockey League.
In the 1997-1998, as a junior, he won the WHL's top goaltender award (the Del Wilson Trophy) and the WHL playoff Most Valuable Player award (the AirBC Trophy). Belecki backstopped the Portland Winter Hawks to the CHL's highest honor, the 1998 Memorial Cup. However, due to his small size (5-9, 175 lbs), Belecki was never drafted by a National Hockey League team.
As a professional, Belecki played for teams including the Miami Matadors, the Huntsville Channel Cats, the Asheville Smoke, the San Antonio Iguanas, the Utah Grizzlies, the Corpus Christi Rayz, the Austin Ice Bats, and the Muskegon Fury.
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