Past President / IIHF HOF
Toronto, ON, Canada
- B.A. & Masters in Canadian History from University of Manitoba, in addition to earning a Ph.D. in Sacred Letters from St. Mark’s Colleg
- Played junior hockey with the Toronto St. Michaels Majors of the Junior Ontario Hockey Association.
- Represented Canada at three Winter Olympics (1 bronze medal) and following many years of playing and coaching in hockey leagues in Asia, was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame in 1998.
- Spent 23 years at Notre Dame, as a coach, a teacher, and the President of the school from 2003-2006.
“This is such a unique school for so many reasons. The community here really makes a difference, and everyone who comes can share in that. We have a seasonal way, we have a yearly way and we have a daily way, and these ways change young people and make them better people, and better citizens. If you are considering Notre Dame for your child, then bring them out for a Campus Day Visit. Walk around the campus, stand in the Tower of God and experience Athol Murray’s grand vision of Notre Dame for yourself. We believe you and your child will be moved and inspired, and it may just change your lives.”