Selected by Toronto Maple Leafs round 4 #23 overall 1964 NHL Amateur Draft
Known for his rugged, yet clean style of play, Jim Dorey enjoyed a lengthy professional hockey career, primarily based on a solid work ethic.
Like many NHL players, Dorey was attracted to the offer of more money in the new rival World Hockey Association, so he jumped to the WHA for their inaugural season in 1972-73 as a member of the New England Whalers. Dorey played two full seasons in New England before going to the Toronto Toros midway through the 1974-75 season. He started in 74 games for the Toros the following year and scored nine goals and 51 assists for 60 points.
Dorey spent three years with the WHA's Quebec Nordiques from 1976 to 1979.
Received these blue ink signed cards TTM.
Returned envelope postmarked 1988 and short note.