Brad Fahs #19 led the team in scoring in the Winter of 2003 with 18-12-31. He once scored four playoff goals against the E-People.
Brad Gerreke #5 was signed in 2003 and played only three games before breaking his leg and being shelved until late 2004. He is famous for scoring the champiionship winning goal in the 2005 finals.
Kimo Isa #1 was the club's first All Stal Goalie in 1997.
Ben Laughter #27 won three championships with the club from 2000 to 2003. constantly in and out of the line up for personal reasons, his original fame with the team came from being bought out in the "Buyout of 98." He signed on again with the team in 2000 and contributed greatly to the championships won in 2000 and 2002.
Steve Loftus #8 was a big physical forward that opposing players hoped they didn't have to tangle with. He was picked up after the "Buyout of 98" and scored a key goal in the 2000 playoff run on the way to his only championship with the club.
Troy Nash #72 was the team's first power forward, winning two championships between 1995 and 1998. He attempted to make a comeback in 2001, but was released shorty after. Troy was a fan favorite and a great teammate during his years with the club.
Amanda Noland #6 is exemplifies the depth of the teams of the 2002-2003 seasons. Being able to place a player of her caliber into the lineup, when needed, was a luxury. Producing a point per game in her Rotten People career, Amanda was awarded a 2002 and 2003 championship ring for her regular season efforts.
Steve Barker #32 Jay Filichia #3 Sean Kotsubo #9 Joe Marrujo #31 Gordon Mueller #22 Oliver Nocidal #25 Eric Rich #60 Joey Ross #2 Justin Sarnoski #4 Don Somera #47 Scott Spurrier #11 Tony Wheeler #13