In the CARDS
ROLLER HOCKEY INTERNATIONAL WAS an inline league that existed from 1992 to 1999 and had its share of fly-by-night teams. One such club was the Tampa Bay Tritons, who went 11-11-0 in 1994, missed the playoffs and folded soon after. The team was owned by Mark Messier, who kept it all in the family and employed his older brother Paul as the Tritons coach, and father Doug as director of hockey ops. The Tritons issued a set of trading cards that included the team owner, hoisting the Stanley Cup he had just won earlier that summer with the Rangers.