Left-winger David Haas played briefly with the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames in the early 90s. After a high scoring junior career he was a solid minor leaguer but enjoyed his greatest success in Europe.
The Toronto native was a star in Midget with the Don Mills Flyers before moving on to the OHL. He was chosen 105th overall by Edmonton in 1986 and scored 59 goals for the Windsor Spitfires two years later. He then spent most of his first five years as a pro in the AHL and scored a goal in a five-game trial with the Oilers in 1990-91.
He signed as a free agent with the Calgary in August, 1993 but only played two games for his new club. He enjoyed a productive year in the minors then spent most of the 1994-95 season with Cormaosta of Italy. The crafty forward later suited up for Olimpia Ljubjania of Slovenia and Germany's Hannover Scorpions.