Donald O’Hearn

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Year Inducted 2004
Category Athlete
Sport Lacrosse, Hockey

BIOGRAPHY

Donald O’Hearn was an accomplished hockey goalie and lacrosse defender. As a hockey player her won Ontario championships at the bantam and midget level. O’Hearn went on to play in the American Hockey League (AHL), Eastern Hockey League (EHL), United States Hockey League (USHL) and the Pacific Coast Hockey League (PCHL). O’Hearn’s lacrosse career highlights include; member of five Mann cup championship teams, most valuable player, Quebec Senior League in 1948, most valuable player, Western Lacrosse League in 1954 and most valuable player, Ontario Senior League in 1958. Donald O’Hearn was inducted into the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1997 and the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1998.

SPORT AFFILIATIONS

  • American Hockey League
  • Eastern Hockey League
  • United States Hockey League
  • Pacific Coast Hockey League

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • MVP
  • Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame—1997
  • Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame—1998