Jeff Burgoyne (b. February 26th 1977 in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada) is a retired defenceman who was a star at the NCAA level before joining the professional ranks in the ECHL.

The Cornell University graduate had an illustrious final year in the NCAA (1999), being nominated to the All-ECAC First Team as well as on the All-Ivy First Team. The next season, Burgoyne made his debuts as a pro in the ECHL with the Wheeling Nailers. He would spend three seasons in that league, playing for the Nailers, the Pee Dee Pride and the Roanoke Express; he even earned a three games callup to the American Hockey League in 2001-02 with the Springfield Falcons. In 2002, the Penticton native moved to Wales after signing with the Cardiff Devils of the Elite Ice Hockey League. He would be champion of the 2006 Challenge Cup with Cardiff.

Burgoyne left for The Netherlands in 2006-07, joining the Tilburg Trappers of the Eredivisie. After a single season there, Burgoyne choose to retire.

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