Jim Lynch (ice hockey)

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Jim Lynch
Born (1953-06-06) June 6, 1953 (age 63)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Played for Fife Flyers
Murrayfield Racers
Solihull Barons
Humberside Seahawks
Playing career 1980–1995

Jim Lynch (born (1953-06-06)June 6, 1953) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player and coach who played for Fife Flyers, Murrayfield Racers, Solihull Barons, Humberside Seahawks and coached Ayr Scottish Eagles in the United Kingdom.

He was inducted to the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 2001.

Career statistics[edit]


Season Team League
1980-81 Fife Flyers BHL
1983-84 Murrayfield Racers BHL
1984-85 Murrayfield Racers BHL
1985-86 Murrayfield Racers BHL
1986-87 Kirkcaldy Kestrels BHL
1987-88 Fife Flyers BHL
1988-89 Fife Flyers BHL
1989-90 Solihull Barons BHL
1990-91 Humberside Seahawks BHL
1991-92 Humberside Seahawks BHL
1993-94 Fife Flyers BHL
1994-95 Solihull Barons BHL

Grand Slam[edit]

Jim Lynch was coach of the grand slam winning Ayr Scottish Eagles Icehockey club in the 1997-1998 season where they went on to win all four major UK ice hockey trophies. These were:


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