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DON HINNEGAN

Position: Centre
Birth Date: 
From: Wallaceburg, Ontario 
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 188lbs
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Category - Athlete Legend

Don was born in Wallaceburg but moved to Chatham with his family at a very young age. He showed great promise in several sports while attending Chatham Collegiate and continued his excellence throughout his life. Don is best remembered as a standout hockey player for the original Chatham Maroons where he became know as "Honey Boy" because he was such a sweet player. He became best known for his scoring ability, his poke checking, and especially his performance on the power play. Don was also a very fine softball pitcher for several teams that competed provincially. He went on to manage, coach, officiate, umpire, and referee in the games that he loved.

HOCKEY
  • 1925
    • While at CCI, he was very successful in a variety of sports; pitched softball, played centre and was captain in hockey; played quarter position in rugby
  • 1927-1928
    • While still in high school, at age 17 he played for the original Chatham Senior Maroons
  • 1930
    • Starred for Maroons who went all way to OHA Finals by beating University of Western Ontario, London East, La Salle, Stratford, and Hamilton;  lost in finals to Royal Military College 3-2 in two-game total goal series; scored first goal of second game to tie total score at 2-2
  • 1932
    • Standout performer on the Michigan-Ontario League Champion Maroon team
  • 1934
    • Starred on M-O League Champion Maroons team that went on to lose to Falconbridge in All-Ontario Finals in Allan Cup play downs
  • 1937
    • Standout player for the Maroons, went on to win OHA Senior "B" Championship giving Chatham its first OHA Championship; scored first goal in final game against Niagara Falls as Chatham won 3-0.  After 1938-39 season, Maroons disbanded as arena was condemned and his hockey career was virtually over since the new arena not built until 1949

SOFTBALL

For over 20 years was one of the premier pitchers in area;  pitched first no hit no run game in City League history

BOWLING

He was an excellent 5-pin bowler and won many awards over the years.  In 1980 he played with Ontario 5-pin Bowling Association Championship team and finished 5th at the Canadian National Championships.

Inducted into Chatham Sports Hall of Fame 2004