Jim Dorey was known for his rugged, aggressive playing style which made him a fan-favorite and a Maple Leaf blueline mainstay during his four seasons in Toronto. Dorey made his NHL debut with the Maple Leafs on October 16, 1968 in a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. That night, he would set two single-game NHL records by being assessed 9 penalties, including four minors, two fighting majors, two misconducts and one game misconduct, and received 48 minutes in penalties overall. All of this accomplished in under two periods of play! When his playing days concluded, Jim returned to his hometown of Kingston to work in the insurance industry and spent over a decade on the TMLA Board of Directors.