Kevin Dineen Whalers Career Highlights
|Kevin Dineen plays his 1st NHL game vs Montreal.
|Kevin Dineen records his 1st NHL point (an assist) vs Toronto.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 1st NHL goal vs Montreal.
|Kevin Dineen scores the game winner at 1:49 of overtime vs New Jersey.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 1st NHL hat trick vs Calgary.
|Kevin Dineen plays his 100th NHL game vs Buffalo.
|Kevin Dineen scores ties the Whalers record for points in a game with 2 goals and 3 assists vs Chicago.
|Kevin Dineen records his 100th NHL point (a game winning goal) vs Montreal.
|Kevin Dineen records his 1st NHL playoff point (an assist) in his 1st NHL playoff game vs Quebec.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 1st two NHL playoff goals (and adds 3 assists) vs Quebec.
|Kevin Dineen scores the game winning goal 1:07 into overtime vs Montreal.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 2nd hat trick (the 3rd goal in OT) vs the Rangers.
|Kevin Dineen is named to the NHL All-Star team that will face the Soveits in a two game series in Qubec.
|Kevin Dineen represents the Whalers, scoring a goal, in the 2 game NHL All-Star team vs Soviet National Team at Rendez-Vous 1987.
|Kevin Dineen scores his team leading 40th goal of the season vs the Rangers.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 100th NHL goal vs Washington.
|Kevin Dineen plays his 200th NHL game scoring a goal vs Chicago.
|Kevin Dineen records his 200th NHL point (a goal) vs Detroit.
|Kevin Dineen scores the game winner 55 seconds into overtime vs Pittsburgh.
|Kevin Dineen is selected as the starting right wing in the 1988 All-Star game with 189,852 fan votes. He is the 1st Whalers player to be voted as a starter in the game.
|Kevin Dineen represents the Whalers, recording 2 assists, as the 1st Whalers All-Star starter for the Whales Conference in the 1988 NHL All-Star game in St. Louis.
|Kevin Dineen scores the 2,500th goal in Whalers NHL history vs Los Angeles.
|Kevin Dineen records his team leading 25th goal of the season (tie with Ron Francis) and adds an assist vs Winnipeg.
|Kevin Dineen records a game high 4 assists vs Buffalo.
|Kevin Dineen is named to the 1989 All-Start game in Edmonton.
|Kevin Dineen represents the Whalers in the 1989 NHL All-Star game in Edmonton.
|Dave Tippett re-assumes the interim team captain role (from Joel Quenneville who is back out with a shoulder injury) while Ron Francis recovers from a broken finger. Kevin Dineen and John Anderson serve as assistant captains.
|Kevin Dineen records his 300th NHL point (a goal) vs Toronto.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 3rd NHL hat trick vs Edmonton.
|Kevin Dineen scores his team leading and career high 45th goal of the season (his 2nd of the night) vs Quebec.
|Kevin Dineen records his team leading and career high 89th point of the season (on his career high 44th assist) vs Chicago.
|Kevin Dineen is named assistant captain as he returns from injury to play his 1st game of the season vs New Jersey.
|Kevin Dineen fails to score on the Whalers 10th NHL penalty shot (against Mike Richter) vs the Rangers.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 4th NHL hat trick (and added two assists) vs Los Angeles.
|Kevin Dineen scores the 5,000th goal in Whalers franchise history vs Washington.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 5th hat trick vs the Islanders.
|Kevin Dineen plays his 400th NHL game vs Toronto.
|Kevin Dineen is suspended for one game for a stick swinging incident during the 3/11/90 game vs Boston.
|Kevin Dineen records his 200th NHL assist vs Edmonton.
|Kevin Dineen records his 400th NHL point with a goal vs Detroit.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 200th NHL goal vs Washington.
|Kevin Dineen sets the Whalers (NHL) record for fastest goal to start a game at 10 seconds vs Montreal.
|Kevin Dineen is nominated for the NHL's Man of the Year award which is awarded to the player that shows leadership on and off the ice.
|Kevin Dineen scores his Whalers NHL playoff record 17th goal and 31st point vs Boston.
|Randy Ladouceur is named intermim team captain (7th NHL, 8th Franchise) replacing Ron Francis. John Cullen and Kevin Dineen are named alternate captains.
|Kevin Dineen makes his return to the Civic Center with the Flyers scoring his 30th goal of the season (shorthanded) in front of 4,490 fans in the first game since the 10 day players strike ended.
|Kevin Dineen plays his 1st game since re-joining the Whalers vs Washington.
|Kevin Dineen plays his 1st home game since re-joining the Whalers earning the player issued hard-hat award vs Washington.
|Kevin Dineen plays his 500th Whalers game vs Buffalo.
|Kevin Dineen records his 500th Whalers point (a goal) vs Tampa Bay.
|Kevin Dineen is named team captain (10th NHL, 11th Franchise) replacing Brendan Shanahan. Glen Wesley and Andrew Cassels are named alternate captains.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 220th Whalers goal surpasing Blaine Stoughton for 2nd all time in frachise history vs Buffalo.
|Kevin Dineen receives the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce's first-ever role model of the year award for "his hustle and determination on the ice, and everything he's done off ice."
|Keith Primeau is designated team captain for games against Montreal, Toronto, and New Jersey as Kevin Dineen is scratched due to injury.
|Kevin Dineen scores his 235th and final Whalers goal on his 503 Whalers point in his 587th Whalers game vs Tampa Bay.
|Kevin Dineen scores the final goal in Whalers history, it is the 4,704th goal in Whalers NHL history and the 6,750th in franchise history.
|Kevin Dineen scores the final goal in Whalers history (assisted by Geoff Sanderson and Andrew Cassels) in a 2-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Hartford Whalers are no more…