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The Wichita Thunder's greatest players: No. 20 Tom Roulston

  • Published Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011, at 12:04 a.m.
  • Updated Saturday, April 7, 2012, at 7:25 a.m.

Before the start of the Thunder's 20th anniversary season, The Eagle asked fans to vote on the franchise's 20 greatest players. We'll introduce one per week through the regular season.

No. 20: Forward Tom Roulston

Roulston played in 23 games and scored 30 points late in the regular season for the 1994-95 Thunder team — respectable numbers, but he was a dominating force in the playoffs. In 11 games, he scored 13 goals and 24 points, helping the Thunder to its second straight Central Hockey League championship. His time with the Thunder was short, but he made it count and left a champion.

—Kollen Long

What are your memories of Roulston? Should he have been higher?

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