Former Toronto Maple Leaf Jim Dorey has joined the Scotiabank® Road Hockey To Conquer Cancer team!
Jim Dorey certainly made an auspicious NHL debut in October 1968. Playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs, he racked up 48 penalty minutes against the Penguins, an NHL record at the time. After four years with the Leafs, Jim went on to join the New York Rangers, and then jumped to the WHA. There, he played with the New England Whalers, the Toronto Toros and the Quebec Nordiques through the WHA’s entire seven-year existence, winning two Avco Cup championships in the process. Jim is in the Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame.