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The Thunder's greatest players: No. 3 Jason Duda

  • Published Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at 7:56 a.m.
  • Updated Saturday, April 7, 2012, at 7:25 a.m.

We asked Thunder fans early in the season to vote for the 20 greatest players in 20 seasons. We’re introducing them weekly throughout the season.

No. 3: Jason Duda

Duda has become the face of Thunder hockey. The winger joined the team in a trade from Oklahoma City in December 1996 and has remained in Wichita ever since. In 14 seasons, he amassed team records in career games (730), points (870), goals (337), assists (533), playoff points (72), playoff assists (47) and playoff games (66). He is second in CHL history for games played and third in goals, assists and points. His playing career ended in 2010 but he has remained as an assistant coach.

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