NAME: Pat “Paddy” O’Toole
Pat “Paddy” O’Toole was a clutch goaltender known for coming up big when the game was on the line. One of the top goaltenders of his era, O’Toole’s career was a highlight reel of both team championships and individual awards at every level he competed at.
Demonstrating exceptional talent between the pipes, Paddy won the Harry Lumley Trophy not once but 5 times, an award given to the netminder with the least goals allowed in an OLA Major Series. His offensive talents did not go unnoticed either, as he contributed with effective break-out and fast-break passes. In 2007, he set a record for most points by a goaltender in a Mann Cup career.
- – Founders Cup Champion: 1992 Scarborough Saints; 1990 Orangeville Northmen
- – Mann Cup Champion: 2004, 2006, 2007 Peterborough Lakers; 1998 Brampton Excelsiors
- – NLL Champion: 2007 Rochester Knighthawks, 1996 Buffalo Bandits
- – 1991-92 Jr “B” MVP
- – 1994 Jim Murphy Award MVP Major Series
- – 1994-98-00-04-06 Harry Lumley Award (least GA)
- – 1998 Mike Kelly Award (Mann Cup MVP)
- – 2003 NLL Goalie of the Year
- – 2013 NLL & Knighthawks Halls of Fame
Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame & Museum
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St. Catharines, Ontario, L2R 7C2