Darryl Sutter would make it three Sutters in the NHL with his debut two weeks after Duane, when he overcame his 11th round, 179th overall selection by the Black Hawks in the 1978 draft. Darryl would spend his entire career with Chicago, playing eight seasons in all, including being named the team captain in 1982 through the end of his career in 1987.
Darryl would complete his career with 406 games played, 161 goals and 279 points.
He too, would go into coaching, returning to Chicago for the 1992-93 season. He would also coach the San Jose Sharks six seasons after three in Chicago, three more with the Calgary Flames, including a trip to the finals in 2004, and, after five years away from begin a head coach while serving as the Flames General Manager, he took over halfway through the 2011-12 season for the Los Angeles Kings, which ended with Darryl guiding the Kings to the Stanley Cup.