The Kevin Dineen Card Museum

The Most Comprehensive Kevin Dineen Collection

The Kevin Dineen Card Museum

Welcome to the Kevin Dineen Card Museum!  This site displays my collection of hockey cards of Kevin Dineen as well as some other related items.  While I do not yet have every card ever produced of Mr. Dineen, I am coming close and currently have

257 out of 260 cards, or 98.84%

of his cards.  This number of cards comes from Beckett.com, and by other cards I have found along the way.  There very well could be more out there.  My current list of cards I still want is
here.

Also, I appreciate people signing my
guest book. Also, if you would like to be consistently updated with what cards are added, you can check out the blog.

Organization

Images for all cards found in the Kevin Dineen Museum can be found in The Collection Gallery.  They are organized by year, starting with Mr. Dineen's rookie card year of 1985-86 right up to his cards in 2006-07, as well as some images of graded Kevin Dineen cards, autographed materials, Strat-O-Matic game cards, and some other odd-ball items.  You can also browse a collection of stories of some people's personal interaction with Kevin Dineen, as well as an update blog for the site.  Enjoy!

A Litttle About Kevin Dineen

Kevin Dineen rose to prominence as a member of the Hartford Whalers in the mid-1980s.  A two-time 40-goal-scorer, Mr. Dineen provided a scoring punch as well as hockey grit.  An active member in the community, Mr. Dineen was recognized as the NHL's Man of the Year in 1991 for his contributions to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation.  Mr. Dineen evolved into a great team leader, eventually becoming the captain of both the Flyers and the Whalers.  Fittingly, the last goal in Hartford Whalers history was scored by Kevin Dineen in 1997, in a winning effort over the Tampa Bay Lightning.  On January 6, 2006, Mr. Dineen was immortalized in Hartford hockey history along with Ron Francis and Ulf Samuelsson in a number-retiring ceremony at the Hartford Civic Center.

For a longer biography of Kevin Dineen, see
his Wikipedia entry. For his career statistics, see his hockeyDB.com entry.

Curator Contact Information

My name is Will Gryc, and if you would like to contact me, you can email me.