“Development is the name of our game.”
Jun 27, 2017 – Congratulations to 4 former Don Mills Flyers who were drafted in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Jason Robertson was drafted in the second round (39th overall) by the Dallas Stars; Mario Ferraro was drafted in the second round (49th overall) by the San Jose Sharks; Noel Hoefenmayer was drafted in the fourth round (108th overall) by the Phoenix Coyotes; a...
Apr 12, 2017 – The Don Mills Flyers would like to congratulate the staff, players, and parents of the 2003 team for winning the Kraft Cup, and finishing first in the GTHL; adding the City Championship was the icing on the cake.
The Flyers 03 team had some close games with the Titans in the first round of the playoffs and then went on to beat the To...
Apr 12, 2017 – After five days of tremendous competition, and some outstanding hockey, the Toronto Jr Canadiens defeated the Hamilton Huskies to win the gold medal. A determined Don Mills Flyers team captured the Bronze medal by defeating the Eastern Ontario Wild, representing the Ottawa area.
The host committee, led by Cindie Jamieson, put togethe...
Apr 3, 2017 – You can find the full try-out schedule
by clicking on the Full Schedule
Mar 27, 2017 – Congratulations to Jack McBain, who recently committed to Division One School, Boston College.Jack joins former Flyers Jake Tortora, who will be attending Boston College next year.
Other Flyers who have accepted offers from NCAA Schools in the past two years include Wyllum Deveaux, Harvard; Bradley Cocca, Harvard; and Tyler Weiss, B...
Mar 27, 2017 – The excitement is only a week away, with the first game of the OHF All Ontario Pee Wee AAA Championships set to begin at 9 am April 3rd at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
Seven teams, including the Toronto Jr Canadiens and the Don Mills Flyers from the Greater Toronto Hockey League, are set to compete for the coveted All Ontario Provin...
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.