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The twinstuff.com editors are constantly scouring the web to update our list of famous twins and other multiples. The list is divided into categories and includes external links to web sites if known.

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Latest Changes to List (Nov. 7, 2002)

Baseball (6 listings)
Richie and Donna Ashburn DOB: 3/19/27
Richie was a Hall of Fame outfielder who played primarily for the Philadelphia Phillies in a career that lasted from 1948-62. He later became a highly respected broadcaster for the Phillies before succombing to a heart attack in September, 1997.

Donna was a registered nurse who died of cancer in 1993.
Albert and Terry Belle DOB: 8/25/66
Albert was one of baseball's most prolific power hitters in the 1990's in a career with the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles. He retired at the start of the 2001 season due to a degenerative hip. In his 12-year career (1989-2000), he hit 381 homers and drove in 1239 runs. His top individual seasons were 1995 (50 homers) and 1998 (49 homers, 152 RBI), but he was remarkably consistent with nine consecutive 100-RBI seasons (1992-2000).

Terry is four minutes older than his fraternal brother and has a successful career as a financial analyst in Memphis, Tennessee. Terry played baseball with his brother at Louisiana State University and also represented his brother in certain contractual situations.
Bubber and Claude Jonnard DOB: 11/23/1897
Bubber played for four different big league teams in a six-year major league career that extended from 1920-35. He died on August 23, 1977. He and his brother are one of eight twin combinations that have both played Major League Baseball.

Claude was a pitcher for the New York Giants from 1921-27 and led the majors in games pitched in 1923 with 45. He pitched for three World Series squads, including the 1922 World Champion Giants. He passed away on August 27, 1959.
Mark and Mike Mimbs DOB: 2/13/69
Mark was drafted in the 25th round of the 1990 Free Agent Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers but never made it to the major leagues, playing at least eight seasons in the minors. He pitched against his brother Mike in a spring training game in 1997.

Mike was selected in the 24th round of the 1990 Free Agent Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers and pitched parts of three seasons in the majors with the Philadelphia Phillies (1995-97). He went 9-7 with a 4.15 ERA in 1995.
Cory and Kevin Lidle DOB: 3/22/72
Cory had a breakout season for the Oakland A's in 1991 as the fifth member of their starting rotation. He went 13-6 while starting 29 games and had a 4.35 ERA. In his previous three seasons (1997, 1999, 2000) in the big-leagues, Cory had 12 wins in three seasons total.

Kevin has spent 10 seasons in the minor leagues, most recently with the Memphis Redbirds (AAA-St. Louis) in 1991.
Jose and Ozzie Canseco DOB: 7/2/64
Jose is another of baseball's power-hitting twins. He enjoyed a terrific comeback season in 1997 with 46 homers and 107 RBI with the Toronto Blue Jays and had another solid comeback season in 2001 by hitting 16 homers in 76 games with the Chicago White Sox. He hit 462 homers in a 17-year big league career, retiring prior to the start of the 2002 season.

Ozzie wasn't able to enjoy as successful a Major League Baseball career as his brother but did reach the majors, playing 24 games with the Oakland A's and St. Louis Cardinals in 1990 and 92-93. He was recently playing and coaching for the Newark Bears Independent League team.
Famous Baseball Parents There are many famous former baseball players who are parents of twins or other multiples, including Hall of Fame shortstop Ernie Banks and Hall of Fame pitcher and congressman Jim Bunning (two sets of twins, Jim and Joan and David and Amy). Current big leaguers Luis Gonzalez (Arizona) and his wife Christine are the parents of triplets (Megan, Jacob and Alyssa, born June 26, 1998), while Dennis Cook (Anaheim Angels) and his wife Tammy are the parents of Asher Cade, Dawson Callahan and Makenzie Elizabeth, born February 26, 1998. Ex-big leaguer Dave Righetti is the father to triplets (Nicolette, Natalee and Wesley, born July 19, 1991). Ex-Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Doug Strange and his wife Holli are the parents of quadruplets, Joseph, Logan, Jackson and Jake, born February 12, 1997. But the super-dad honors in the majors belongs to Baltimore Orioles outfielder Melvin Mora and his wife Gisel who gave birth to quintuplets on July 28th, 2001. The five all survived and are doing well. They had three girls and two boys (Genesis, Christian, Rebekah, Matthew David and Jada Priscilla).
Basketball (6 listings)
Heidi and Heather Burge DOB: 11/12/71
Heidi played two seasons in the WNBA with Los Angeles and Washington. Also played four seasons internationally in Europe. She speaks six languages.

Heather is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records as the tallest female identical twin in the world (along with Heidi) at 6-5. The sisters matriculated at the University of Virginia ('93), leading the Lady Cavs to three Final Four appearances.
Jarron and Jason Collins DOB: 12/2/78
The Collins twins were both selected in the 2001 NBA Draft after stellar careers at Stanford University. Jason is the taller of the two (6-11, 255) and was selected in the first round (18th pick overall) by the Houston Rockets but was later traded to the New Jersey Nets. He averaged 14.1 points and 7.8 rebounds in an all-America sophomore season at Stanford (he was redshirted two different seasons due to knee injuries). Jarron was selected in the second round (53rd overall pick) by the Utah Jazz. He is slightly smaller (6-10, 255) and averaged 12.8 points and 6.8 rebounds his senior season at Stanford.
Horace and Harvey Grant DOB: 7/4/65
Harvey, 6-9, 225, played college basketball at Clemson and Oklahoma and was drafted in the 1st Round of 1988 NBA Draft by the Washington Bullets (12th pick overall). He averaged close to 10 PPG in his 12-year NBA career and ended his pro playing days in 1999 with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Horace, 6-10, 245, was the ACC Player of the Year at Clemson in 1987 and was then selected by the Chicago Bulls in the 1st Round of the 1987 NBA Draft (10th pick overall). He has won four NBA Championship rings in a 15-year NBA career with Chicago, Orlando, Seattle and the Los Angeles Lakers and has scored more than 12,000 points in his career.
Pamela and Paula McGee DOB: 12/1/62
Pamela is a veteran of international basketball who played two years in the WNBA before retiring before the 1999 season. The 6-3 forward helped lead USC to back-to-back NCAA Championships in 1983 and 84 and was a member of the 1984 Gold Medal-Winning U.S. Olympic Team.

Paula also was a collegiate star at USC and played two years in Europe before retiring to become a full-time ordained minister (and to help manage Pam's career).
Kelly and Coco Miller Coco, left, and Kelly Miller
DOB: 9/6/78
Highly honored guards who led the University of Georgia into the women's NCAA Final Four in 1999 and 2000. Both scored their 1000th career points in their 57th career games while ending their careers ranked third (Kelly--2,177 points) and fourth (Coco--2,131 points) in Georgia scoring history.
Coco was a four-time All SEC performer and co-winner of the Sullivan Award in the year 2000 (along with Kelly) for the nation's top amateur athlete. She was drafted by the Washington Mystics in the first round (9th overall) of the 2001 WNBA Draft.

Kelly was a two-time SEC Player of the Year (1999/2000 and 2000/2001), and three-time All-America first team performer and was selected 2nd in the WNBA Draft by the Charlotte Sting.
Tom and Dick Van Arsdale DOB: 2/22/43
Dick, was a three-time NBA All-Star who played nine seasons (1968-77) in the NBA with the Phoenix Suns, including one year (1977) as a teammate with his brother Tom. He also played three years with the New York Knicks. Currently serves as Vice President in Charge of Player Personnel for Suns.

Tom was co-Mr. Basketball (with Dick) as a prepster in Indiana and played alongside Dick at Indiana University, where they became the first brothers in Big Ten history to each score 1,000 points. Tom had 12 more points and four more rebounds in his collegiate career than Dick. Played the majority of his NBA career with the Buffalo Braves.
Famous Basketball Parents NBA All-Star Jason Kidd (New Jersey Nets) is the parent of twin daughters born in October of 2001. Antonio Davis (Toronto Raptors) and his wife, Kendra, have twins (Antonio Jr., and Kaela). WNBA point-guard Helen Darling (Cleveland Rockers) had triplets on April 14, 2002 and took off from playing in the 2002 season to care for her new trio (sons Jalen and Jamal, and daughter, Aaliyah).
Entrepreneurs/Miscellaneous (4 listings)
Mark and Scott Kelly DOB: 2/21/64
Scott Kelly is a NASA Astronaut who made his first flight in a Space Shuttle launch in 1999. He and his brother Mark were born in Orange, New Jersey.

Mark Kelly is also a NASA Astronaut who piloted the Space Shuttle Endeavor in a mission into space in December, 2001.
David and Bill Koch DOB: 5/3/40
David Koch is an executive vice-president of Koch Industries, the second largest closely-held company in the United States. The company was founded by the Koch twins father, Fred Koch, in 1940. Unfortunately, the twins have had a falling out and last celebrated a birthday together in 1980. David was the Libertarian Party's Vice-President candidate in 1980.

Bill Koch runs the Oxbow Corporation, an energy company based in West Palm Beach, Florida. A World Class Professional Sailor, he piloted the winning America3 Yacht in the America's Cup Race in 1992.
Esther Pauline (Epee) Friedman and Pauline Esther (Popo) Friedman DOB: 7/4/18
Ann LandersEpee was better known to readers everywhere as Ann Landers and began writing a daily advice column October 16, 1955. Her column started in the Chicago Sun Times and was syndicated to more than 1200 newspapers and reaches an estimated 90 million readers. She passed away at age 83 in June, 2002 (two weeks shy of her birthday) and her column was retired following her death.

Dear AbbyPopo Lederer followed her sister's trail to become the advice columnist Dear Abby (Abigail Van Buren) for the San Francisco Chronicle in January, 1956. When she became her sister's rival as a columnist, the twins drifted apart. She lives in Beverly Hills, California and has been married for 60 years to Morton Phillips.
Jason and Matt Olim DOB: 1969
Jason Olim is the President and CEO of CDnow, the web's leading music e-commerce site, which recently merged with online music company, N2K Inc. (Music Boulevard).

Olim received the 1997 and 1998 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Small Business Administration and was named as one of Time Out NY's "99 To Watch In 99."

Matt Olim helped found CDnow with Jason in 1994 in their parent's basement.

Football (American) (6 listings)
Tiki and Rondé Barber DOB: 4/7/75
Tiki and Ronde Barber
Tiki is a running back with the New York Giants and holds several University of Virginia all-time rushing records, including 3839 yards and 651 carries. He was a second-team All-American. He had a breakthru season in the 2000 campaign, rushing for 1006 yards and helping to lead the Giants to Super Bowl XXXV.

Rondé is a defensive back with the Tampa Bay Bucanneers. The two brothers are extremely close, speaking with each other every day and were profiled in The Book of Twins. They also maintain their own web site.
Kerry and Keith Cash DOB: 8/7/69
Kerry was a tight end with the Indianapolis Colts from 1991-97. He played collegiate football at the University of Texas.

Keith was a tight end with the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers from 1991-96. He also played collegiately at the University of Texas.
John and Jana Elway DOB: 6/28/60
John is one of two quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for more than 50,000 yards in his career. He is the only quarterback to ever play in five Super Bowls, including wins in Super Bowl XXXII (over Green Bay) and his MVP trophy in a 34-19 win in Super Bowl XXXIII over Atlanta.

Jana is John's late fraternal twin sister, who passed away in 2002.
Rich and Ron Saul DOB: 2/5/48
Rich was a 12-year NFL lineman who played his entire career with the Los Angeles Rams. He played collegiately next to his brother at Michigan State University.

Ron also played a dozen years as an NFL lineman with both the Houston Oilers and Washington Redskins.
Wasswa and Kato Serwanga DOB: 7/23/76
Wasswa played defensive back for both the Minnesota Vikings and the San Francisco 49ers. He played collegiately at UCLA. He and his brother left their native Uganda at age three with their parents and settled in the Sacramento, California area.

Kato played four seasons as a reserve defensive back with the New England Patriots and the Washington Redskins. He had 32 tackles and two fumble recoveries during the 2000 season. He played collegiately at Cal.
Jim and Mary Thorpe DOB: 5/28/1888
Born in Oklahoma on an Indian reservation, Jim was named the greatest athlete of the first half of the 20th Century in 1950 and is truly one of the most remarkable all-around athletes in the history of sports. He won two gold medals in the 1912 Olympic Games, played six years of Major League Baseball and was an original selection into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1963. He was a halfback who played for the New York Giants, Canton Bulldogs and Chicago Cardinals (among other teams) in an eight-year NFL career. He died on March 28, 1953

Mary is buried next to her twin brother at the Garden Grove Cemetary on the Sac and Fox grounds off the Moccasin Trail near Prague, Oklahoma.
Other Sports (9 listings)
Bob and Mike Bryan DOB: 4/29/78
Bob Bryan is one of the world's top young tennis players. He and his brother left Stanford University after their sophomore years in 1996 to turn pro and have been ranked as high as third in the world in doubles.

Mike Bryan is the right-handed pair of the mirror-image twins (Bob is left-handed). Mike is 6-3, 185, while Bob is 6-4, 193. The Bryan Twins won the 2003 French Open Men's Double title.
Frank and Ronald de Boer DOB: 1970
Frank de Boer is one of soccer's top stars and currently plays for Barcelona. He is captain of the Dutch National Team and has played in four World Cups.

Ronald de Boer is the older of the twins by 10 minutes and plays for the Rangers team in the Scottish Premier League. The Dutch team finished fourth in the 1998 World Cup in France.
Tim and Tom Gullikson DOB: 1952
Tim Gullikson played 18 years as a professional tennis player and was one of the world's premier doubles players with his brother Tom. After retiring as a player, he became a successful tennis coach, guiding the world's number one player Pete Sampras. He succombed to brain cancer at the age of 44 on May 3, 1996 and his name now graces the Tim and Tom Gullikson Foundation.

Tom Gullikson won 16 doubles titles on the ATP Tour with his twin brother Tim and has coached the U.S. Davis Cup for several years, including the 1995 Davis Cup Champion squad.
Paul and Morgan Hamm DOB: 9/24/1982
Paul Hamm earned a spot on the 2000 U.S. Men's Olympic Gymnastics Team by finishing 2nd in the Olympic Trials and then was 14th in the All-Around in Sydney. Paul won the U.S. Gymnastics Men's All-Around Title in 2002 and individual titles in the pommel horse in both 2002 and 2003 as well as a title on the high bar in 2003.

Morgan Hamm made history by joining Paul on the team competing in Sydney by finishing 6th at the Trials. He ended up taking 7th at the Olympics on the Floor Event. Morgan won the floor exercises individual title at both the 2002 and 2003 U.S. Men's Gymnastics Championships. He and Paul are from Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Alvin and Calvin Harrison DOB: 1/20/1974
Alvin Harrison earned the Silver Medal in the 400 Meters at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney and also teamed with his brother Calvin to earn Gold in the 4x400 Meter Relay.

Calvin Harrison ran the third leg of the 4x400 Meter Relay as he and his brother became the first gold medal-winning twins in US Men's Track and Field Olympic history. The Harrison's are an inspirational story as they have overcome much adversity, including the murder of their sister and living in a van after the 1996 Olympics to become successful world-class quarter-milers.
C.J. and Damien Hobgood DOB: 7/6/1979
Clifton James (C.J.) Hobgood won the 2001 Association of Surfing Professionals World Championship Tour. He and his twin brother are from Satellite Beach, Florida.

Damien Hobgood was the 2000 Rookie of the Year on the Surfing Tour and finished 10th in the 2001 tour just a little behind his twin brother.
Aree and Naree Wongluekiet DOB: 5/1/86
Aree Wongluekiet became the youngest-ever U.S. Junior Girls Golfing Champion when she won the 1999 USGA event at age 13. The native of Thailand now lives in Bradenton, Florida with her family.

Naree Wongluekiet is the older of the two twin sisters by nine minutes. She is also one of the world's top junior girl golfers and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 1999 US Junior Girls Golf Championships before withdrawing due to an injury. Check out our web site on Aree and Naree.
Curtis and Allen Strange DOB: 1/30/55
Curtis Strange is a two-time U.S. Open Golf Champion (1988-89) who has 17 career victories on the PGA Tour and is a five-time Ryder Cup team member. He also currently serves as a golf commentator for ESPN and ABC-TV.

Allen Strange played golf collegiately with his brother at Wake Forest University and had a brief professional golf career on the PGA Tour.
Mark and Stephen Waugh DOB: 6/2/65
Mark Waugh is one of the world's top cricket players and joined his brother Stephen in becoming the first twins to ever play in cricket's World Cup.

Stephen Waugh is also a top cricket player who is one of four Australian cricket-playing Waugh brothers.
Musicians (7 listings)
David (Kane) and Daniel (Abel) Garcia DOB: 10/25/76
Kane and Abel are rappers and authors who were born in the Bronx and moved to New Orleans at the age of 15. They have released two albums, "The Seven Seas" and "Am I My Brother's Keeper?", which combined have sold over 1,000,000 copies. Their first book, 'Eyes of a Killer/Behind Enemy Lines' was published by Griffin Paperbacks in April, 1999.

On May 7, 1999, the two rappers were named in a federal indictment in New Orleans on wholesale purchases of cocaine.

Robin and Maurice Gibbs DOB: 12/22/49
Robin Gibb joined his twin and their older brother, Barry, in forming the rock and roll group, the Bee Gees. They had a record string of six straight number one hits in 1978, including How Deep is Your Love, Stayin' Alive and Love You Inside Out.

Maurice Gibb is the shorter of the twin brothers (5'8" compared to 5'10") as well as the younger twin. He passed away suddenly in January, 2003. For a RealAudio library of Bee Gees songs, please follow this link.
Heather and Jennifer Kinley DOB: 11/5/1970
Heather Kinley is one half of the Kinleys, a singing duo that was recently voted country music's duo of the year.

Jennifer Kinley is 5'7" (as is her sister). She and her sister were born in Philadelphia and they toured the U.S. last summer.
Peggy and Patsy Lynn DOB: 8/6/64
Peggy Lynn was born in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee to country singer Loretta Lynn and her husband Oliver. She now performs as a country singing duo with Patsy in a group called 'The Lynns'.

Patsy Lynn forms half of the singing duo 'The Lynns' with her twin sister Peggy. Patsy was named after Loretta Lynn's mentor, the late Patsy Cline.
Alanis and Wade Morissette DOB: 6/1/74
Alanis Morissette was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She released two popular albums in Canada but her third album, Jagged Little Pill, released in 1995, propelled her to international stardom and won three Grammys.

Wade Morissette is one of three Morissette siblings.
Matthew and Gunnar Nelson DOB: 9/20/67
Matthew Nelson is one-half of the singing twin brothers known simply as Nelson. The son of Ricky Nelson (also a number one performer), his long blonde hair made him half of a very recongizable group when they reached number one on the billboard charts in 1990 with the song, "(I Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection".

Gunnar Nelson joined Matthew to form the rock group Nelson, which has had four top-10 singles and is still performing country music. The grandson of TV performers Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, his sister Tracy Nelson was also a television sitcom star.
Elvis and Jesse Presley DOB: 1/8/35
Elvis Aron Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, was born in East Tupelo, Mississippi. He holds the distinction of selling more records than any other musical artist in history and had 18 number-one songs on the U.S. charts as well as 15 Grammy Nominations and three Grammy Awards. He died on August 16, 1977.

Jesse Garon Presley was Elvis' stillborn twin brother.
Politics (4 listings)
Kofi Annan DOB: 4/8/38
The 63-year-old Annan was recently re-elected to his second term as Secretary-General of the United Nations, a position which has been called the World's Top Peacemaker. He is the seventh Secretary-General in the esteemed history of the UN following such well-known dignitaries as Dag Hammarskjold, Kurt Waldheim and Boutros Boutros-Ghali. Annan hails from Ghana. He went to school in his home country and also received a bachelors' degree from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN, and a masters from MIT. His official bio is located here on the United Nations web site. His twin sister died in 1991.
John Lindsay DOB: 11/24/21
John Lindsay served as mayor of New York City from 1966-73. He also served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1958-64 and was an unsuccessful candidate for President of the U.S. in 1972. He died on Dec. 19, 2000 at the age of 79. He and his twin brother were two of five children born in Manhattan to an investment banker.
Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and Princess Ashraf Pahlavi DOB: 10/26/19
Mohammed Reza Pahlavi was the Shah of Iran from 1941-79. He was driven into exile by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, an event which lead to the hostage crisis at the American Embassy in Tehran. The Shah died on July 27, 1980 and was succeeded to the Iranian throne by his son, Reza Pahlavi II.

Princess Ashraf Pahlavi was his twin sister.
Senator Paul Tsongas and Thaleia Schlesinger DOB: 1942
Paul Tsongas became the first twin to run for U.S. President (unsuccessfully) in 1992. He was a United States Senator from Massachusetts who served one term before being diagnosed with cancer of the lymph nodes in 1984. He died January 18, 1997 at the age of 55.

Thaleia Schlesinger donated bone marrow in a pair of operations to help treat her twin brother. They were the children of a Greek immigrant father and American mother.
Famous Political Parents The governor of Massachusetts, Jane Swift, became the first governor in the history of the United States to both be pregnant in office as well as give birth to twins when she gave birth to daughters Lauren and Sarah on May 15, 2001. When she became pregnant, she was her state's Lieutenant Governor. She later became Governor when Paul Cellucci resigned his position to become the United States Ambassador to Canada. Two additional governors - Vermont's Howard Dean and Michigan's John Engler - are parents of multiples. Dean has 11-year-old twin daughters and Engler is dad to six-year-old triplets.

Three freshman senators in Washington in 1999 are parents of twins, Evan Bayh (Indiana-D) has twin sons; Blanche Lincoln (Arkansas-D) has twin sons, Reece and Bennett; and Jim Bunning (Kentucky-R) has two sets of twins, Jim and Joan and David and Amy. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Davie (FL) gave birth to twins in early June, 1999. 69-year-old House of Representative member Pete Stark (California-D) and his 34-year-old wife Deborah gave birth to twins on August 4th, 2001.

President George W. Bush has 20-year-old twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, who attend school at the University of Texas and Yale University, respectively. The late King Hussein of Jordan had twins, Zein and Ayeshia, born on 4/23/68. Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher also has twins, Mark and Carol (8/21/53). The mayor of Phoenix, Arizona, Skip Rimsza, has 3-year-old triplets. Also see our web site on Jenna and Barbara for more on political twins.
Winter Sports (4 listings)
Chris and Peter Ferraro DOB: 1/24/73
Older than his brother by one minute, he was the fourth-round pick of the 1992 NHL Draft by the New York Rangers. He has played parts of six seasons in the NHL, including with the Washington Capitals (and his brother) during the 2001-02 season.

Peter Ferraro was a first-round draft pick by the New York Rangers in the 1992 NHL Draft. He has played parts of seven different seasons in the NHL, including the 2001-02 campaign with Washington (and brother Chris). He and his brother grew up on Long Island and played collegiately at the University of Maine.
Phil and Steve Mahre DOB: 5/10/57
Phil Mahre was a three-time U.S. Winter Olympian and won a gold medal in the slalom at the 1984 Games in Sarajevo. Phil is older than his brother Steve by four minutes.

Steve Mahre joined his brother as a three-time Olympian and captured a silver medal in the slalom (behind his brother) at the 1984 Games.
Daniel and Henrik Sedin DOB: 9/26/80
Daniel Sedin is a 6-1, 180-pound left wing who is one of hockey's top young players. He played alongside his brother on the Modo team in the Swedish Elite League and was selected by Vancouver with the 2nd overall pick in the 1999 NHL Draft. In his rookie season with Vancouver, he scored 20 goals and had 14 assists.

Henrik Sedin is a 6-2, 196-pound center who is also considered one of hockey's top young players. He also played alongside his brother on the Modo team in the Swedish Elite League and was also taken by Vancouver (third overall) in the 1999 NHL Draft. In his rookie season, he had nine goals and 20 assists.

Photo of the Sedin Brothers
Dan and Darrin Steele DOB: 3/20/69
Rich Sutter is one of six Sutter brothers from Alberta, Canada to have played professional hockey in the NHL. He had a 13-year NHL career with seven clubs from 1982-94. The other Sutter brothers who played in the NHL were Brian, Darryl (now the coach of the San Jose Sharks), Duane and Brent.

Ron Sutter finished the 2000 season with the Calgary Flames, his 18th and final season in the NHL. He wass the last of the Sutter brothers to actively play in the NHL. He and his wife Margo have twin daughters, Madisen and Reigen

Rich and Ron Sutter DOB: 12/2/63
Rich Sutter is one of six Sutter brothers from Alberta, Canada to have played professional hockey in the NHL. He had a 13-year NHL career with seven clubs from 1982-94. The other Sutter brothers who played in the NHL were Brian, Darryl (now the coach of the San Jose Sharks), Duane and Brent.

Ron Sutter finished the 2000 season with the Calgary Flames, his 18th season in the NHL. He was the last of the Sutter brothers to still be playing in the NHL. He and his wife Margo have twin daughters, Madisen and Reigen

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