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John MacDonald - Played with the Selkirk Steelers from 1980-1981...Worked as an official in the MJHL and CIAU for 20 years...Is a supervisor of officials for Hockey Manitoba...Works at Canada Safeway.


Jeff McGill - Played with the Winkler Flyers from 1996-1999...Won a MJHL Championship in 1998 with Winkler...Attended Bemidji State University and played with the Beavers...Currently an assistant coach with the Winnipeg South Blues and works as an Assistant Manager at Golf Town in Winnipeg.
Kevin McKinnon - Played with the Winkler Flyers from 1987-1991...Attended the University of North Dakota...Currently the Vice-President of Progress Plus in Eagan, Minnesota.
Charles 'Tucker' Madder - Played with the OCN Blizzard, Neepawa Natives and Selkirk Steelers from 1997-2001...Won the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association championship in 2004 as a goaltender with the Humber Hawks hockey team...Currently in a business development role with Crown Records Management.


Dale Maksymyk - Played with the Selkirk Steelers from 1975-1977...Attended Colorado College...Vice-President at Maple Leaf Foods in Kitchener, Ontario.
Archie Milcharek - Played with the Dauphin Kings from 1992-1995...Spent three seasons as an assistant coach with the Kings...Currently a working partner at Hillview Drafting Service.
Sean Miller - Played with the St. James Canadians from 1998-2002...Attended the University of Manitoba...Works in the insurance industry and coaches the St. Vital Victorias of the MMJHL.
Shane Moffat - Played with the Portage Terriers from 1980-1983...Holds the Terriers record for most goals (60), assists (70) and points (130) in a season...Works in Portage for Manitoba Hydro.
Pat Mullin - Played with the Dauphin Kings from 1988-1993...Attended Red River College...Is a journeyman plumber in Swan River.
John Multan - Played with the Kildonan North Stars from 1977-1978...Played from the Portland Winterhawks (WHL) from 1978-1981...Drafted by the Calgary Flames in 1980...Works in sales for Cloverdale Paint in Winnipeg.