Dave Mackey has coached youth hockey since 2000, beginning as the head coach of the Warren Blue Devil High School Team, Glacier Ice Dogs (Mite, Squirt, Pee Wee) Hockey Head Coach (2002-2006), Barrington Red Wings (Pee Wee& Bantam), Hockey Head Coach (2006-2010), Barrington Broncos High School Hockey Assistant Coach (2014-2015)
He played professional hockey for 14 years; getting drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 1984 entry draft.
He went on to play for the Minnesota North Stars and the St. Louis Blues in the NHL. He finished his career with the Chicago Wolves winning a championship, and he retired in 2000.
Currently Dave sits on the Board of the Chicago Blackhawks Alumni. He resides in Tower Lakes with wife Carol and twin sons, Ian and Connor who played Barrington Youth Hockey and Barrington High School Hockey.
Ryan Lehman, a freshman on the Barrington Broncos Varsity Hockey Team for the 2016-17 season, is very excited about playing with the TI U15 team this season, though he truly is going to miss playing hockey with his Barrington Broncos friends. He learned a lot about himself and about hockey last season with the Broncos. His new TI team is filled with very skilled and very fast skaters. Ryan is trying to fit in and keep up. He is off to a good start. He had a goal and an assist in his first two games in St. Louis over the Labor Day weekend, where his team split two games with the St. Louis Selects team. Ryan is hopeful that playing at this level will give him an opportunity to make a quality junior hockey team in the future. Best of luck Ryan!