An accomplished all-round athlete with natural raw hockey talent, Cannington’s Dale MacLeish is a Hall inductee as both an athlete and a builder. First round pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1966, Dale made national headlines when he scored six consecutive goals in a junior game three years earlier. Following two Junior A seasons with the Peterborough Petes, he spent 9 years with professional teams in the Eastern, Central and Southern Hockey Leagues, as well as winning a North American Hockey League championship with the Philadelphia Firebirds in 1976. Following his playing career, he coached teams in Orillia and Lindsay before managing the Sunderland hockey facility. The older brother of two-time Stanley Cup winner Rick, Dale won awards in lacrosse and baseball as well as his many hockey achievements.