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Individual Game Tickets

Individual Game Night tickets are as follows:

Adult - $9.00

Senior/Student - $7.00

Youth (5 to 12) - $5.00

Children Under 5 - Free

Seasons Tickets

The Maroons have held the price on seasons tickets for the 2014/15 season.  Ticket packages are as follows:

Adult - $175.00

Senior/Student - $140.00

Youth (ages 5 to 12) - $100.00

Children under 5 - Free

Ticket packages are available for purchase in the front office on game nights.

2014/15 Chatham Maroons Information

FCC "DRIVE AWAY HUNGER" NIGHT , OCTOBER 5th, 2014

St Marys Lincolns vs. CHATHAM MAROONS

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Chatham Memorial Arena

Game time: 7 p.m.

 

The Chatham Junior Maroons Hockey Club and Farm Credit Canada (FCC) invite you to participate in the FCC Drive Away Hunger program by bringing a non-perishable food item to the home game against the St Marys Lincolns, October 5, 2014.

 

All food donated at the game will support the food banks of Chatham-Kent.

 

FCC Drive Away Hunger is about making a difference in our communities by working together to help Canadian food banks feed people in need. Since 2004, the program has raised more than 17 million pounds of food.

 

Volunteers will be on hand to collect the non-perishable food items in the main lobby of Memorial Arena. Game time is 7 p.m.

 

To learn more about FCC Drive Away Hunger, and watch the Drive Away Hunger video, go to www.fccdriveawayhunger.ca.

 

Bring a non-perishable food good or make a donation and receive a ballot for a chance to WIN A HOCKEY STICK AUTOGRAPHED BY THE CHATHAM MAROONS!!!!

Sarnia wins tough contest against Chatham, 7-5

Brennan Feasey from file picture.
Chatham Memorial Arena    Sun, Sep 28, 2014

 

In a game where neither team could get a cushion, the Sarnia Legionnaires escaped with a 7-5 victory over the Chatham Maroons.

Neither team gained more than a two-goal lead, and Davis Boyer's goal in the third period proved to be the difference maker.

 

Boyer had a great game for Sarnia, netting two goals.

The Legionnaires stifled Chatham's power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. Sarnia's offense rang up 41 shots on the Maroons' net. The defensemen of the Legionnaires were also effective in Chatham's zone, and came away with two goals.

Sarnia also got points from Cody Trowell, who also had one goal and one assist, Riley Babkirk, who also racked up one goal and one assist, and Cameron Clarke, who also tallied two goals and one assist to lead the team in points. Sarnia also got a goal from Jay Clarke as well. Other players who recorded assists for Sarnia were Ryan Trottier, who had two and Sam McCormack, Nathan Mater, Riley Roberts, Tyler Prong, and Kyler Keating, who each chipped in one.

The Maroons kept Sarnia's goalie busy throughout the game, and Hunter Johnson made 37 saves on 42 shots.

Chatham was led by Brennan Feasey, who registered one goal and two assists. Feasey scored 15:43 into the first period to make the score 3-3. Nate Pietens picked up the assist. Others who scored for Chatham included Trevor Richardson, Brayden Hopkins, Steven Beenackers, and Ian Faubert, who scored one goal each. More assists for Chatham came via Steven Szekesy, John Bowen, and Michael Levesque, who contributed one each.

The Legionnaires incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Bo Bessette made 34 saves for the Maroons on 40 shots. Chatham incurred 32 minutes in penalty time with six minors.

Lambton Shores vanquishes Chatham in shootout, 5-4 (2-1 SO)

The Shores Recreation Centre    Sat, Sep 27, 2014

 

Three periods of regulation and an overtime session were not enough to settle matters as the Lambton Shores Predators defeated the Chatham Maroons in a shootout 5-4 (2-1 SO).

The shootout featured six attempts between both teams. Chatham's shootout goal was scored by Trevor Richardson. In addition to the clincher, Lambton Shores got a shootout goal from Sean Ross.

 

The Predators came back from a three-goal deficit to capture the victory. Lambton Shores trailed 3-0 after a goal by the Maroons' Brennan Feasey at 3:17 in the second period. The Predators knotted things up at 4-4 on a goal by Franco Sproveiro at 17:13 in the third period.

Lambton Shores' defensemen played an important role in the offense, chipping in three goals.

The Predators were led by Ryan Fraser, who racked up two goals and one assist. Fraser scored the first of his two goals on the power play at 14:07 into the second period to make the score 3-2 Chatham. Lambton Shores earned a power play opportunity when Nate Pietens was put in the box for tripping. Brett Corrigan provided the assist. Fraser's next tally on the power play made the score 3-3 with 18:36 left in the third period. Lambton Shores additionally got points from Corrigan, who also tallied one goal and one assist. More assists for Lambton Shores came via Ethan Sarfati, who had two and Ty Jackson and Ross, who contributed one each.

Chatham forced the Predators goalie Andrew Harriman-Duke to work between the pipes, taking 41 shots.

Chatham also got a goal from Brayden Hopkins as well. Other players who recorded assists for Chatham were Michael Verboom, who had two, Richardson, who had three, and Connor Annett, Steven Szekesy, and Steven Beenackers, who each chipped in one.

Harriman-Duke recorded 37 saves for Lambton Shores. The Predators incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Jacob Lucier made 23 saves for the Maroons on 27 shots. Chatham incurred 14 minutes in penalty time with seven minors.

OHA Upholds Game Protest Submitted by Leamington Flyers of the GOJHL

CAMBRIDGE, ON – The Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) upheld a game protest submitted by the Leamington Flyers. The game in question was the September 14, 2014 game in the Western Conference of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL) (game #25) where Leamington lost 3-1 to the Chatham Maroons.


The protest was initiated by Leamington due to the use of player John Bowen in the above game by the Chatham Maroons. The protest outlined that Bowen should have been suspended due to the game misconduct penalty assessed in the last 10 minutes of the Maroons game on September 12th versus St. Thomas.


The decision made by the OHA, following a hearing involving all parties, is as follows:

1. Leamington's protest is upheld.
2. Points are awarded to Leamington for the September 14th game as a result of the protest being upheld.
3. Chatham fined $100.
4. Player's suspension (John Bowen) doubled to two games.
5. Chatham head coach and GM Mark Davis suspended one game.


The decision of the OHA Protest Committee is final.


For any further information, please contact OHA CEO Scott Farley sfarley@ohahockey.org .

 

Chatham rips Strathroy, 5-1

Trevor Richardson (courtesy of Chatham Daily News)
Chatham Memorial Arena    Sun, Sep 21, 2014

 

The Chatham Maroons had a three-goal lead after two periods and cruised the rest of the way en route to a 5-1 win over the Strathroy Rockets.

 

Chatham was led by goalie Bo Bessette, who finished with 32 saves while allowing one goal.

Strathroy's power play was ineffective against the Maroons' penalty kill, which allowed zero goals while shorthanded.

Chatham forced Rockets' netminders to work all game long, ripping 46 shots and forcing 41 saves. Tynan Lauziere made 24 stops and Mat Ouellet made 17. The Maroons excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in six chances.

Chatham was helped by Jared Dennis, who registered one goal. Dennis scored 11:48 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Chatham. Steven Beenackers provided the assist. Chatham additionally got points from Trevor Richardson, who also finished with one goal and one assist, Beenackers, who also had one goal and one assist, and Ian Faubert, who also racked up one goal and one assist. Mark Fratarcangelli also scored for Chatham. In addition, Chatham received assists from Carl Stapleton, Brayden Hopkins, and Michael Verboom, who each chipped in one and Connor McKinnon and Levi Tetrault, who contributed two each.

The Rockets stifled the Maroons' power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. Strathroy's offense rang up 33 shots on Chatham's net.

The Rockets were led by Matt Knight-Bedour, who scored the team's only goal. Knight-Bedour scored 9:14 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Strathroy. Kieran Milne assisted on the tally.

The Maroons incurred 24 minutes in penalty time with seven minors. Chatham ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Steven Szekesy was ejected from the game. Strathroy incurred 32 minutes in penalty time with six minors.

ALS- Ice Bucket Challenge CHATHAM MAROONS

Thank you Amber-Lynn LeBlanc, Brittany and Don Hopkins for the nomination.. We would like to nominate the rest of the Jr.B hockey League!! GOOD LUCK!!!
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CFCO Player of the Game - Brennan Feaseydson

For Sunday, September 28th, 2014, Chatham Maroons forward Brennan Feasey scored a goal and two assists.  Unfortunately the Maroons came up short in a 7 to 5 loss to the Sarnia Legionnaires.

Tune into 92.9 FM CFCO on Monday morning.  If you are the first caller identify Brennan Feasey as the Maroon Player of the Game, you will receive a pair of tickets to a future Maroons home game.