Oshawa Alumni Jim Jackson, News (Oshawa Minor Hockey)

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Oshawa Alumni Jim Jackson
Submitted By Admin on Monday, March 26, 2018
Congratulations to former Oshawa Minor Hockey player and coach Jim Jackson on coaching the Markham Thunder to the Clarkson Cup Championship. 

Jim played his minor hockey in Oshawa before graduating to the Oshawa Generals. Prior to beginning his coaching career, Jim played professional hockey with the Calgary Flames and Buffalo Sabres. He also played 5 seasons with the Rochester Americans where he won a Calder Cup Championship in 1987. Jim’s tremendous hockey career landed him in the Rochester Americans Hockey Hall of Fame as well as the Oshawa Sports Hall of Fame. After retiring from pro hockey, Jim began his coaching career with Oshawa Minor Hockey before moving on to Junior hockey, Canadian University and now with the Markham Thunder of the CWHL.

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