Todd Dahl (Inducted 2006) - Alumni Hall of Fame - UW-Superior

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Todd Dahl

Induction Year: 2006

Todd Dahl

Todd Dahl of Burnsville, Minn., was an outstanding Yellowjacket hockey defensemen and team leader.

Mr. Dahl played in 123 games, missing only two in his four-year career. An outstanding defensive player, he also became the second-highest scorer among Yellowjacket defensemen. A teammate described him as "an intelligent, creative player, precise passer and terrific back-skater." His skills helped propel the Yellowjackets to the runner- up title in the 1980-1981 NAIA national championship.

Mr. Dahl twice earned All-American honors, twice was named First Team NCHA, and three times was named All-American for NAIA District 14. Teammates and coaches named him team captain for two years and the team's most valuable player in his senior year.

Following his graduation in 1982, Mr. Dahl went on to become a Certified Public Accountant and chief financial officer and part owner of Enderes Tool Inc. An active community leader, he also is a part owner of the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League.


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