BORN DECEMBER 3RD 1981 in Adelaide Australia, he is a 188 cm tall defenseman who developed in the local leagues with the Falcons ice hockey club. He represented Australia at the Division 3 Junior Worlds in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, in 2001.
He joined the Adelaide Avalanche that same year, the second season of the Australian Ice Hockey League, where he won his first Goodall Cup. He remained at the club for 5 consecutive seasons until 2005. He resumed hockey in the local league with the Adelaide Tigers in 2010 for two seasons and returned to the AIHL with the Adelaide Adrenaline in 2011 after a 6-year absence.
He represented Australia as a senior in the 2002 D-Pool Worlds in Cape Town, South Africa, then on four more occasions in consecutive years: Seoul in 2003, Jaca in 2004 winning bronze, and Zagreb in 2005 where he won silver. Appointed Chief Medical Officer of the national association in 2016, he served as Team Doctor for the National Men's Team in 2015, '16 and '17.
Ross Carpenter, 'George, Daniel (1981 - )', Legends of Australian Ice, Melbourne, Australia, http://icelegendsaustralia.com/legends-2/bio_george.html, accessed online .