Dan Kordic was a huge left-winger measuring 6'5" and weighing 234 lbs. The younger brother of the late John Kordic, he spent the 1990s with the Philadelphia Flyers organization, either in the NHL or on the roster of the AHL's Hershey Bears.
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Kordic played junior with the Medicine Hat Tigers of the WHL. During his rookie season in 1987-88 he was part of a Memorial Cup championship. As veterans retired or turned pro, Kordic assumed greater responsibility on the Tigers' blueline. In 1990 he was chosen 88th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers at the NHL Entry Draft. He returned for one last year of junior in 1990-91 before turning pro.
Kordic played 46 games with the Flyers in 1991-92 then spent most of the next three years in Hershey. He returned to Philadelphia in 1996-97 and 1997-98 to provide a physical presence on the blueline. In the 1997 post-season he scored a goal during Philly's drive to the Stanley Cup final. He was returned to the minors in 1998-99 where he played one last year before studying to become a referee.