A lot of these guys' careers seem to begin and end with the Breakers. To wit is Phil Stanger, a defenseman from Calgary. He came to the Breakers before the 1980-1981 season after a year spent with the Nor-Wes Caps of the BCJHL and used the 1981-1982 season as a springboard and was selected with the 97th overall pick in the 5th round by the Quebec Nordiques
. He spent his last season with the Breakers the next season, returned to the BCJHL (this time with the Langley Eagles) for the 1983-1984 season (stats unavailable) and was never heard from again, at least hockey-wise. In 192 games over 3 seasons with Seattle, he managed to rack up 929 PIMs (305, 379, 275) and 61 PIMs in 19 playoff games. The Breakers were littered with stories like that.