Darryl "Slip" Sly - Born April 3, 1939 in Collingwood, Ontario – Died August 28, 2007 in Collingwood, Ontario was a Canadian ice Hockey defenceman.
- J. Ross Robertson Cup (senior) Champion 1961 with Galt Terriers and 1974 with Barrie Flyers.
- Allan Cup Champion 1961 with Galt Terriers and 1974 with Barrie Flyers.
- Lester Patrick Cup Champion 1969 with Vancouver Canucks.
- Calder Cup Champion 1965, 1966, 1968 With Rochester Americans.
Calder Cup finalist 1967 with With Rochester Americans.
Darryl Sly represented Canada at the 1960 Winter Olympics, helping them win the Silver Medal. He scored 1 goal, 1 assist in 7 games played.
Sly also played for Canada at the 1961 World championships, helping them win the Gold Medal. He scored 4 goals, 2 assists in 7 games played.
Syl made his NHL debut with the Toronto Maple Leafs on December 15, 1965 vs Detroit Red Wings at Maple Leaf Gardens in a 5-3 Toronto win.
Sly scored his only NHL goal vs Bruce Gamble of the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 7, 1970 at 13:00 of the 2nd period at Maple Leaf Gardens in a 3-3 tie playing for the Minnesota North Stars.