“Development is the name of our game.”
Jan 11, 2023 – They were members of the talented Don Mills Flyers team, and now minor hockey teammates Brandt Clarke, Brennan Othmann and Shane Wright are together again at the World Juniors.
2022-23 National Junior Team
Three players, one minor hockey team and a legacy that continues to be built. After first joining forces in minor ...
Dec 1, 2022 – This Giving Tuesday, the U13 Don Mills Flyers put their team skills to work off the ice for a different kind of goal. In the same amount of time it takes to play three periods, the boys assembled 257 sandwiches for Club Sandwich, an organization that distributes homemade sandwiches to 9 East End missions serving the homeless and food insecure. The ...
Nov 2, 2022 – NHL, OHL, and National Program Hockey non player success
Nov 2, 2022 – Safe Sport Reporting
To help ensure that we are a safe space for raising concerns, Hockey Canada has established a new, fully independent, and confidential reporting mechanism for all individuals regarding any incidents involving Hockey Canada sanctioned programming. This reporting mechanism is known as the Independent Third Party an...
Oct 10, 2022 – The U10, U11, and U12 teams participated in the Marlie Friendship Tournament this past Thanksgiving weekend.
The U10 Flyer record was 3-1-1 advancing to the quarter finals. A great start to the season for our youngest elite athletes.
The U11 Flyer record was 3-1-2 advancing to the semi finals and losing a hard-fought g...
Oct 4, 2022 – Flyers off to another great season. This past weekend saw our U14 and U15 teams participate in the Toronto Red Wings Early Bird Tournament.
The U14 team went undefeated in the round robin and the playoffs, eventually winning the Championship game 3-1 over the Toronto Titans.
Our U 15 team competed extremely well with...
Randy has been with the organization for 30 years.
He has had a hand in just about everything to do with hockey here at Don Mills Flyers.
Dave was with the association for 10 years in the role of an assistant coach. He was mostly helping Steve Mercer with the order age groups.
Marshall has been with the Don Mills Flyers for 5 years. He has been with the older age groups with Steve Mercer and Dave Cicchini.
By Lois Kalchman – Special to The Toronto Star - 2007.10.06
One team, 18 Stanley Cups.
When was the last time a Toronto team had something like that to brag about?
The Don Mills Flyers, a very unusual minor atom hockey team of 8- and 9-year-old boys, can trace their ties to all 18 cups through family connections.
By Lois Kalchman - The Toronto Star – The Toronto Star - 2007.10.24
It took three years but the Don Mills Flyers peewees finally defeated Toronto Red Wings peewees 2-1 this past week.
"It was a great game," says coach Bobby Marshall who played for Don Mills Flyers in his minor hockey career. "The kids did everything we asked them to do. The...
By Marc Paulichenko – Hockey Now (Ontario Edition) Vol. 6 No. 11 Issue 58 2007.12.01
Don Mills Flyers Bantam AAA head coach Gary Tamane is pegging his team as underachievers this season.
Currently at the bottom of the standings with just six points, the Flyers (2-12-12) are trying to look at the brighter side of things despite their results...
By Ryan Wolstat - The Toronto Sun Minor Hockey Beat – Most organizations with track records like the Greater Toronto Hockey League's Don Mills Flyers get reputations as sterile, hockey factories. But the Flyers, who have produced an average of about an NHLer-a-year during their 40-year history, are as much about having fun as they are about learning the intricacies of the sport.