Dr. Jim Thorne
Dr. Jim Thorne has been involved in
sports medicine for 15 years and covered international hockey since 1995. He has been the team doctor for
Team Canada at five World Hockey Championships, including both
Dr. Thorne has also been part of the medical staff for the Calgary Stampeders Football Club (CFL, Grey Cup Champions in 1998 and 2001) since 1997, the Calgary Hitmen Hockey Club (WHL) since 1995 and the Calgary Cannons Baseball Club (PCL-AAA) since 1991.
Dr. Thorne was named the team doctor for Canada's 2002 Men's Olympic Hockey Team on November 8, 2000. He
was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta where he still resides. Dr. Thorne and his wife, Kari have one