Gary Dineen – Gary Dineen is best known as a developer of hockey talent in the Springfield area. In 1972 he helped form the Springfield Olympics of the New England Junior Hockey League where he coached them to several Wallace Cups as league champions. Dineen also played a huge role in the NE Coyotes and then NE Falcons organizations while becoming the Dean of owners in the old EJHL. He has guided over 300 youth athletes on to the college ranks; 35 of them including Bill Guerin and Scott LaChance have been drafted into the NHL. The winning team in the old EJHL was awarded the “Gary Dineen Cup” named in his honor for his tremendous efforts toward the development of youth hockey athletes.