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|1980 NHL DRAFT PICK|
Selected in ninth round
189 overall by Philadelphia Flyers
November 19, 1960
Height: 5-11 Weight: 180
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Spent most of childhood in Seattle, while father was coaching local
minor-league team, but also lived in a number of other cities as his father
pursued a coaching career that led to the NHL.
| Debut: December 20, 1986 (Los Angeles at
Numbers: 25, 21 (Los Angeles); 5 (Detroit)
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
||Los Angeles, Detroit||13
AWARDS AND HONORS
Scouting Career: Named Minnesota part-time
pro scout prior to 1991-92 season and remained in position through
1991-92 season. ... Named Philadelphia pro scout prior to 1992-93 season and
remained in that position through 1992-93 season. ... Named Florida pro scout
prior to team's inaugural 1993-94 season and remained in position through
1993-94 season. ... Named Boston pro scout prior to 1997-98 season and
remained in that position through 1998-99 season. ... Named Columbus pro scout
in 1999 to help prepare team for inaugural 2000-01 season and remained in position
through 2006-07 season.
Miscellaneous: Traded by Philadelphia to Edmonton on Oct. 22, 1982, but
never played for parent team. ... Signed with Boston as unrestricted free
agent on July 16, 1984, but never played for parent team. ... Signed with
Hartford as unrestricted free agent in August 1985, but never played for
parent team. ... Attended Los Angeles' 1986 training camp. ... Missed remainder of
1989-90 season with separated shoulder, an injury suffered during Detroit's Dec. 5, 1989,
game vs. St. Louis. The injury required season-ending surgery on Jan. 23,
|Post-Draft Teams: Maine, Moncton, Hershey,
Binghamton (AHL); New Haven, Adirondack (AHL); San Diego (IHL)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
AHL Calder Cup: 1989
Coaching Career: Served as Adirondack (AHL) head coach
for five games from December 1989 to January 1990 while Barry Melrose was out
due to suspension.
Management Career: Named Houston (IHL) director
of player personnel prior to team's inaugural 1994-95 season and remained in
that position through 1996-97 season.
Miscellaneous: Missed part of
1980-81 season with broken ankle, an injury suffered in October 1980.
Personal: Full name is Peter Kevin
Dineen. ... Son of former NHL player and head coach Bill Dineen. ... Younger
brother of former minor-leaguer Shawn Dineen. ... Older
brother of former NHL players Gord Dineen and Kevin Dineen and former
minor-leaguer Jerry Dineen.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
|TRADE: Philadelphia traded Dineen to Edmonton
in exchange for Bob Hoffmeyer on October 22, 1982.||
|Tier II Junior:
|Won Stanley Cup:
|Hall of Fame: