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With the 1980 Victorian All-Stars


New Bedford MA United States

VIHA Blackhawks

Goodall Cups
1976 (player), 1978 (Head Coach)

World Championships
1979, 1987 to 1989, 1995 Ice Hockey

Player vs West Germany Olympia 80, 1977
Foundation coach, NIHL (Dandenong Blackhawks), 1980
Coach, Thayer Tutt Tournament, 1988

BORN IN 1947 in New Bedford MA in the United States of America, Dan Reynolds grew up in Weymouth near Boston, graduating from Weymouth High School and Framingham State College. He played hockey at Weymouth High with his brother Jim. He moved to Melbourne Australia in 1971 and played for the Blackhawks in the local Victorian league.

He won a Goodall Cup representing Victoria in 1976, then again in 1978 as Head Coach. In 1977 he played for Australia against the touring West Germany Olympia 80. In 1979, he was Head Coach of the Australian National Senior Team and the following year he was coach of the Dandenong Blackhawks in the inaugural National Ice Hockey League, finishing runners-up to the Sydney All-Stars in the best-of-3 finals series. He returned as Head Coach of both Victoria and four more World Championship squads, 1987 to 1989 and 1995.

In 1988, he coached Team Australia in the President's Bicentennial Ice Hockey Championship in Canberra against Canada's Teen Ranch National Hockey League All-Stars and the Iowa State University All-Stars, then at the Thayer Tutt Tournament in Eindhoven, Netherlands. According to family in North America, he still lives in Melbourne where his hockey career spanned over 20 years.

01. Historical Notes

02. Citation Details

Ross Carpenter, 'Reynolds, Dan (1947 - )', Legends of Australian Ice, Melbourne, Australia,, accessed online .

03. Select Bibliography

04. Citations
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1979 Worlds

IIHF C-Pool, Barcelona, Spain

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1979 Blackhawks World Championship players

Left to right, Charlie Grandy, Gary Croft, Dan Reynolds (Coach), Barry Harkin, John Horsnell, Mike Boileau. Courtesy Glenn Grandy.

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1987 Worlds

Perth Australia, 1987

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Bicentennial Tournament

Canberra, 1988

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1989 Worlds

Sydney Australia

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1995 Worlds

Johannesburg, South Africa, 1995