Date of Birth: 1967
Place of Birth:  Forteau, Labrador
Inducted: 2022 (Player Category)

Kirby Dumaresque was a true champion at multiple levels of hockey in this province. In addition to being a part of teams that twice won the Veitch Memorial Junior Championship Trophy and Don Johnson Memorial Atlantic Junior B championship, Dumaresque, also helped lead the St. John’s Capitals and Flatrock Flyers to four Herder Memorial Trophy titles.

Kirby entered the St. John’s Junior Hockey League in 1984, and played three seasons with the Junior 50’s. Over the three years, he put up 116 goals and 116 assists for total of 232 points winning the top scorer and league MVP in 1988. In 1987 he was named to the Newfoundland Labrador team that competed in the Canada Winter Games in Cape Breton Nova Scotia.

After successful Junior career, Dumaresque, joined the St. John’s Capitals in the provincial senior hockey league in 1989 winning a Herder. After the disbandment of the provincial league in 1991, he joined up with the historic Avalon East Senior Hockey League with the Flatrock Flyers. He brought youth and enthusiasm to the team. He went on to win 8 league titles, multiple scoring titles and was awarded the T. A. Gus Soper Memorial Award as the provinces Most Valuable Player in 1997. He will be forever remembered for scoring the overtime winner in game seven of the 1998 Herder Memorial Championship.

Kirby is remembered as a great teammate, a superior two-way player that a coach can trust in any situation.