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Peter MacInnis

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Don Mills Flyers

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Don Mills Flyers

P.O. Box 99

Don Mills, Ontario,M3C 2R6

Canada

Company Description

Founded in 1960, the Don Mills Hockey Association was established to serve the personal and hockey developmental needs of youngsters from 8-17 years of age....more

Background Information

Employment History

President

Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity


Affiliations

Civitan

Secretary


King Club

Member


Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity

Board Member


Education

Humber College


Reading

Fatima Elementary School


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Don Mills Flyers

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Peter MacInnis
Peter MacInnis has served the hockey community for the past 35 years. In 1998 he was awarded the "Chamandy Award" which is the highest honour awarded by the Greater Toronto Hockey League for "Outstanding Service in the Fostering and Promotion of youth hockey in the GTHL". In 2002, Mr. MacInnis was awarded the 2001 Toronto Real Estate Board's prestigious "Commercial Division Award of Merit" for his dedication to the commercial real estate profession and his commitment to youth and the community. Later that same year, he was presented with the Jennifer Ashleigh Foundation's "Heather Grand Volunteer of the Year Award", and in 2007 he was awarded the "Cooper Humanitarian Award" for service to youth and minor hockey. Mr. MacInnis is married with three children, two boys and one girl. Both his boys played and refereed hockey, and he still coaches in the North York Hockey League's house league select program at the 1992 age level. His last year coaching at the AAA level was in 1989, where he took his Don Mills Flyers Bantam team to the finals of the All Ontario Bantam Championships in Ottawa. Mr. MacInnis is the current President of the Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity and has been an active member and supporter of this wonderful children's charity since its inception in 1990. The Foundation assists chronically ill children and their families "when love in not enough" and currently assists 600 families annually in the GTA and throughout Ontario. Mr. MacInnis has a great passion for the game of hockey, and for the positive impact it has on our young people. "I believe that hockey provides a healthy, safe, and competitive environment, where kids learn to work together as a team, take direction, develop character, build friendships, and acquire lasting memories. "It takes a great deal of courage and sacrifice to play competitive hockey and I have the utmost respect for the kids that play the game". Peter MacInnis President 416 751 2435 pmacinnis@donmillsflyers.com


Don Mills Flyers

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MacInnis said it was a great honour to be recognized by his peers, and t...
MacInnis said it was a great honour to be recognized by his peers, and thanked those who nominated him for this award, as well as the OHF for selecting him. "Development is the name of our game" might be the club's motto, but long-time Flyers president Peter MacInnis and his colleagues have made sure that development has never come at the expense of a youngster's enjoyment of the game. "They know how great Mr. MacInnis has been for as long as he's been (with the Flyers). Personally, I fell like I owe him a lot and I owe the whole organization a lot." The Don Mills Hockey Association was founded in 1960 for kids aged 8-17. In 1968, the rep AAA clubs got permission from the Philadelphia Flyers to use the Flyers emblem and the orange, black and white colours. Tocchet, coincidentally, would go on to star for Philadelphia after learning the game as a Don Mills Flyer. MacInnis joined Don Mills in 1975 as a coach after being recruited from the Toronto Olympics. Over the years as coach, general manager and now president, MacInnis has overseen one of the most respected organizations in minor hockey. He was awarded the Chamandy Award in 1998, the highest honour given by the GTHL, for "outstanding service in the fostering and promotion of youth hockey in the GTHL." The 63-year-old has also won a number of other awards, including the Cooper Humanitarian award for service to youth and minor hockey in 2007. MacInnis, the president of the Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity, which assists chronically ill children and their families, last coached at the Triple-A level in 1989, taking the Flyers bantam team to the finals of the All-Ontario Bantam Championships. Unable to kick the coaching bug completely, MacInnis still gets behind the bench in the North York Hockey League's house league select program. MacInnis takes pride at what he has helped build and believes people want to associate themselves with the Flyers because, in a way, the organization is unique. "We're a little more old-fashioned here," MacInnis says while watching a team of eager 12-year-old Flyers run through drills at a local arena. "It's a little more peaceful here. Peter MacInnis Peter MacInnis has served the hockey community for the past 35 years. In 1998 he was awarded the "Chamandy Award" which is the highest honour awarded by the Greater Toronto Hockey League for "Outstanding Service in the Fostering and Promotion of youth hockey in the GTHL". In 2002, Mr. MacInnis was awarded the 2001 Toronto Real Estate Board's prestigious "Commercial Division Award of Merit" for his dedication to the commercial real estate profession and his commitment to youth and the community. Later that same year, he was presented with the Jennifer Ashleigh Foundation's "Heather Grand Volunteer of the Year Award", and in 2007 he was awarded the "Cooper Humanitarian Award" for service to youth and minor hockey. Mr. MacInnis is married with three children, two boys and one girl. Both his boys played and refereed hockey, and he still coaches in the North York Hockey League's house league select program at the 1992 age level. His last year coaching at the AAA level was in 1989, where he took his Don Mills Flyers Bantam team to the finals of the All Ontario Bantam Championships in Ottawa. Mr. MacInnis is the current President of the Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity and has been an active member and supporter of this wonderful children's charity since its inception in 1990. The Foundation assists chronically ill children and their families "when love in not enough" and currently assists 600 families annually in the GTA and throughout Ontario. Mr. MacInnis has a great passion for the game of hockey, and for the positive impact it has on our young people. "I believe that hockey provides a healthy, safe, and competitive environment, where kids learn to work together as a team, take direction, develop character, build friendships, and acquire lasting memories. "It takes a great deal of courage and sacrifice to play competitive hockey and I have the utmost respect for the kids that play the game". Peter MacInnis President 416 751 2435 pmacinnis@donmillsflyers.com Peter MacInnis Peter MacInnis has served the hockey community for the past 35 years. In 1998 he was awarded the "Chamandy Award" which is the highest honour awarded by the Greater Toronto Hockey League for "Outstanding Service in the Fostering and Promotion of youth hockey in the GTHL". In 2002, Mr. MacInnis was awarded the 2001 Toronto Real Estate Board's prestigious "Commercial Division Award of Merit" for his dedication to the commercial real estate profession and his commitment to youth and the community. Later that same year, he was presented with the Jennifer Ashleigh Foundation's "Heather Grand Volunteer of the Year Award", and in 2007 he was awarded the "Cooper Humanitarian Award" for service to youth and minor hockey. Mr. MacInnis is married with three children, two boys and one girl. Both his boys played and refereed hockey, and he still coaches in the North York Hockey League's house league select program at the 1992 age level. His last year coaching at the AAA level was in 1989, where he took his Don Mills Flyers Bantam team to the finals of the All Ontario Bantam Championships in Ottawa. Mr. MacInnis is the current President of the Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity and has been an active member and supporter of this wonderful children's charity since its inception in 1990. The Foundation assists chronically ill children and their families "when love in not enough" and currently assists 600 families annually in the GTA and throughout Ontario. Mr. MacInnis has a great passion for the game of hockey, and for the positive impact it has on our young people. "I believe that hockey provides a healthy, safe, and competitive environment, where kids learn to work together as a team, take direction, develop character, build friendships, and acquire lasting memories. "It takes a great deal of courage and sacrifice to play competitive hockey and I have the utmost respect for the kids that play the game". Peter MacInnis President 416 751 2435 pmacinnis@donmillsflyers.com


Don Mills Flyers - The Official Website of the Don Mills Flyers Hockey Club - Management

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Peter MacInnis
President 416-751-2435 pmacinnis@donmillsflyers.com


Don Mills Flyers - The Official Website of the Don Mills Flyers Hockey Club - Management

www.donmillsflyers.com [cached]

Bios | Peter MacInnis | Randy Collins | Marc Slawson | Kenny Sousa | Greg Schell | Matt Langen | Steve Mercer | Bios | Marc Slawson | Kenny Sousa | Greg Schell | Matt Langen | Steve Mercer
Peter MacInnis(President ) Peter MacInnis(President ) Peter MacInnis has served the hockey community for the past 35 years. In 1998 he was awarded the "Chamandy Award" which is the highest honour awarded by the Greater Toronto Hockey League for "Outstanding Service in the Fostering and Promotion of youth hockey in the GTHL". In 2002, Mr. MacInnis was awarded the 2001 Toronto Real Estate Board's prestigious "Commercial Division Award of Merit" for his dedication to the commercial real estate profession and his commitment to youth and the community. Later that same year, he was presented with the Jennifer Ashleigh Foundation's "Heather Grand Volunteer of the Year Award", and in 2007 he was awarded the "Cooper Humanitarian Award" for service to youth and minor hockey. Mr. MacInnis is married with three children, two boys and one girl. Both his boys played and refereed hockey, and he still coaches in the North York Hockey League's house league select program at the 1992 age level. His last year coaching at the AAA level was in 1989, where he took his Don Mills Flyers Bantam team to the finals of the All Ontario Bantam Championships in Ottawa. Mr. MacInnis is the current President of the Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity and has been an active member and supporter of this wonderful children's charity since its inception in 1990. The Foundation assists chronically ill children and their families "when love in not enough" and currently assists 600 families annually in the GTA and throughout Ontario. Mr. MacInnis has a great passion for the game of hockey, and for the positive impact it has on our young people.


Don Mills Flyers - The Official Website of the Don Mills Flyers Hockey Club - Testimonials

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"Development is the name of our game" might be the club's motto, but long-time Flyers president Peter MacInnis and his colleagues have made sure that development has never come at the expense of a youngster's enjoyment of the game.
"They know how great Mr. MacInnis has been for as long as he's been (with the Flyers). Personally, I fell like I owe him a lot and I owe the whole organization a lot." The Don Mills Hockey Association was founded in 1960 for kids aged 8-17. In 1968, the rep AAA clubs got permission from the Philadelphia Flyers to use the Flyers emblem and the orange, black and white colours. Tocchet, coincidentally, would go on to star for Philadelphia after learning the game as a Don Mills Flyer. MacInnis joined Don Mills in 1975 as a coach after being recruited from the Toronto Olympics. Over the years as coach, general manager and now president, MacInnis has overseen one of the most respected organizations in minor hockey. He was awarded the Chamandy Award in 1998, the highest honour given by the GTHL, for "outstanding service in the fostering and promotion of youth hockey in the GTHL." The 63-year-old has also won a number of other awards, including the Cooper Humanitarian award for service to youth and minor hockey in 2007. MacInnis, the president of the Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity, which assists chronically ill children and their families, last coached at the Triple-A level in 1989, taking the Flyers bantam team to the finals of the All-Ontario Bantam Championships. Unable to kick the coaching bug completely, MacInnis still gets behind the bench in the North York Hockey League's house league select program. MacInnis takes pride at what he has helped build and believes people want to associate themselves with the Flyers because, in a way, the organization is unique. "We're a little more old-fashioned here," MacInnis says while watching a team of eager 12-year-old Flyers run through drills at a local arena. "It's a little more peaceful here.


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