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1st Round Game Night tickets are as follows:

Adult - $10.00

Senior/Student - $8.00

Youth (5 to 12) - $5.00

Children Under 5 - Free

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.

Fans of the Chatham Maroons

2014/15 Chatham Maroons Information

London squeaks by Chatham, 4-2

Chatham Memorial Arena    Thu, Feb 26, 2015

 

In a game where neither team could get a cushion, the London Nationals escaped with a 4-2 victory over the Chatham Maroons.

Each team kept the other at bay throughout the game, and Tanner Ferreira secured the win for London with a goal in the second period.

 

The Nationals were led by Kyle L Robinson, who registered one goal. Robinson scored 15:36 into the third period to make the score 3-1 London. Drew Worrad assisted on the tally.

London forced Chatham goalie Jake Patterson to work between the pipes, taking 31 shots.

London also got points from Derek Todosichuk, who also registered one goal and one assist and Austin Kemp, who also racked up one goal and one assist. Other players who recorded assists for London were Kevin Madden, who had two and Derek Di Iorio and Callum Ruddock, who contributed one each.

The Maroons put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow the Nationals to score on any of their three power plays. Chatham could not produce up to its normal offensive output. The Maroons average 5.0 goals per game. Chatham kept London's goalie busy throughout the game, and Justin Tugwell made 31 saves on 33 shots.

The Maroons were helped by Gus Ford, who had one goal. Ford scored 19:35 into the third period to make the score 3-2 London. Steven Szekesy provided the assist. Chatham additionally got points from Szekesy, who also grabbed one goal and one assist. In addition, Chatham received assists from Brayden Hopkins, who had one and Brennan Feasey, who had two.

The Nationals incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Patterson rejected 27 shots on goal for Chatham. The Maroons incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors.

Dates for First Round Vs London Announced

 

The dates for the GOJHL Western Conference Quarter Finals between Chatham Maroons and the London Nationals were announced today.  The games are scheduled as follows:

 

  • Home, Thursday, February 26th, 2015, at 7:00 PM
  • Away, Saturday, February 28th, 2015, at 7:30 PM, Western Fair
  • Home, Sunday, March 1st, 2015, at 7:00 PM
  • Away, Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 at 7:30 PM, Western Fair
  • Home, Friday, March 6th, 2015 at 8:30 PM (if necessary)
  • Away, Saturday, March 7th, 2015 at 7:30 PM, Western Fair, (if necessary)
  • Home, Sunday, March 8th, 2015 at 7:00 PM (if necessary)

 

The box office will open one hour before game time on the home nights.  Quarter Final ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $8.00 for seniors & students, and children 5 to 12 are $5.00.

 

Come out and cheer on the Maroons.  Be Loud.  Be Proud.

Feasey Wins GOJHL Scoring Title

Brennan Feasey's final season with the Chatham Maroons will be one he won't soon forget.  His four goal, two assist performance against St. Mary's on Sunday, February 22nd, 2015 netted the Maroons forward two titles.  He was the GOJHL (and Western Conference) top goal scorer with 41, and also netted the most total points for the season with 90.  This marks the second season in a row that a Maroons player has won the GOJHL point scoring title (Kyle Brothers in 2013/14).

Brennan and the rest of the team start the second season on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 against the London Nationals.  Game time is 7:00 PM.  Come out and cheer on the Maroons.

Show Us Your Sign!

St. Marys falls apart in second, loses to Chatham, 10-3

Brennan Feasey in game action.
 
Chatham Memorial Arena    Sun, Feb 22, 2015
 

The St. Marys Lincolns allowed the Chatham Maroons to net seven goals during the second period and fell, 10-3.

Chatham got the win on the strength of a great game by Brennan Feasey, who had four goals and two assists. Feasey's first goal came 3:48 into the first period. He then added goals at 14:23 into the second, at 15:51 into the second, and at 19:46 into the second.

The Maroons excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in three chances. St. Marys was unable to stop Chatham from sending pucks towards the net, and the Maroons eventually piled up 45 shots on goal. Chatham surpassed its usual scoring output this season. The Maroons have scored at the pace of 5.1 goals per game during the current campaign.

Chatham also got points from Jared Dennis, who also grabbed one goal and two assists, Steven Szekesy, who also tallied one goal and one assist, Gus Ford, who also registered one goal and two assists, Connor Doran, who also racked up one goal and one assist, Brayden Hopkins, who also had one goal and two assists, and Steven Beenackers, who also tallied one goal and one assist. In addition, Chatham received assists from Brett Storr, who had two and Connor McKinnon, Trevor Richardson, Nate Pietens, Mark Fratarcangelli, and Ian Faubert, who each chipped in one.

The Lincolns were helped by Greg Swan, who registered one goal. Swan scored 2:04 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Chatham. Jake Alkins assisted on the tally. Others who scored for St. Marys included Braedyn Aubin and Brent House, who scored one goal each. Other players who recorded assists for St. Marys were Brandon Morrow, Sean O`Brien, and Nathan Smith, who contributed one each.

Bo Bessette made 10 saves before being replaced by Jake Patterson, who took the win and made 15 saves. Chatham incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. St. Marys' Tyler Beattie stopped 35 shots out of the 45 that he faced. The Lincolns incurred four minutes in penalty time with two minors.

GRADUATING PLAYERS TO BE RECOGNIZED

Ten Chatham Maroons will play in their final regular season GOJHL game this Sunday night, February 22nd at Memorial Arena.

Connor Annett, Bo Bessette, Jared Dennis, Connor Doran, Brennan Feasey, Alex Morgan, Jake Patterson, Nate Pietens, Trevor Richardson and Steven Szekesy will be recognized by the Chatham Maroons Hockey Club in a special pre-game ceremony.

The final “SKATE WITH THE MAROONS” of the season will take place following the game against the St Marys Lincolns.

Get Checked From Behind

Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray did not want to share the fight he is waging against Stage 4 colon cancer.  Yet he knew he had to share it to help others.  Bryan Murray is spreading the message that undergoing screening tests could have caught the cancer earlier.  It is a mistake he does not want to see others make (Shawn Roarke, 2014).

Colorectal cancer is the second most deadly cancer in Canada.  This disease affects men and women equally.  It is also one of the most preventable cancers, with a ninety percent survival rate when diagnosed early enough.  This first signs of colorectal cancer can be found up to ten years before the disease develops.

Colorectal cancer often doesn’t give us any clues of its presence inside us.  During the early stages of the disease there are no symptoms, therefore, it is very important to be screened regularly for colorectal cancer.  It is recommended that if you are 50 years of age or older, without a family history of colorectal cancer, you should be screened for the disease using an easy-to-use Fecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) every two years.  You have an increased risk of developing colorectal cancer if you have a family history of the disease in a first degree family member (parent, sibling or child).  It is recommended that you get screened using colonoscopy at age 50 or 10 years earlier than the age of the diagnosis of your parent or sibling.

In support of March being Colorectal Cancer Awareness month, the Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit, Chatham Maroons and the Erie St. Clair Regional Cancer Program, are partnering to bring you an informative night for the team’s last game of the regular season.  Attendees can learn about the risk factors that can cause colorectal cancer, as well as, information about the at-home test that can be done to detect this disease in its earliest stages, giving the best chance of survival.

Come see the Chatham Maroons play their final regular season game before the playoffs begin, against the St. Mary’s Lincolns at Memorial Arena on Sunday, February 22, 2015.  The first 100 adult fans to arrive will receive a free Chatham Maroons seat cushion.  In addition, all attendees will have the chance to be entered in a draw for a chance to win autographed pictures of Ottawa Senator’s Chris Neil and Chris Phillips.

Chatham's Knight deadly on offense in 7-4 win against London

Luc Knight (Courtesy of Mark Malone, Chatham Daily News)
Western Fair Community Center    Wed, Feb 18, 2015

 

Luc Knight was all over the ice for the Chatham Maroons, as he tallied two goals in Chatham's 7-4 win over the London Nationals.

Knight's tallies came at 1:48 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Chatham and 12:52 into the third to make the score 6-4 Chatham.

 

The Maroons put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow London to score on any of its five power plays. Chatham's offense rang up 46 shots on the Nationals' net.

Chatham additionally got points from Connor Annett, who also had one goal and one assist, Brayden Hopkins, who also tallied two goals and two assists to lead the team in points, Alexander Morgan, who also registered one goal and one assist, and Brennan Feasey, who also racked up one goal and one assist. More assists for Chatham came via Connor McKinnon, Trevor Richardson, Steven Beenackers, and Ian Faubert, who each chipped in one and Jared Dennis and Gus Ford, who contributed two each.

London kept the Maroons' goalie busy throughout the game, and Bo Bessette made 31 saves on 35 shots.

The Nationals were helped by Rai Di Loreto, who had one goal. Di Loreto scored 6:53 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Chatham. Tanner Lafrance picked up the assist. London also had goals scored by Matt Macpherson, Tanner Ferreira, and Kyle L Robinson, who scored one goal each. In addition, London received assists from Austin Kemp, who had two and Justin Murray, Kevin Madden, Michael Woolley, Trevor Dulong, and Drew Worrad, who each chipped in one.

Chatham incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors. Connor Hughes rejected 39 shots on goal for London. The Nationals incurred four minutes in penalty time with two minors.

Lambton Shores survives Chatham comeback, wins 7-5

The Shores Recreation Centre    Tue, Feb 17, 2015

 

The Chatham Maroons tried to dig themselves out of a three-goal hole, but the Lambton Shores Predators held on for a 7-5 victory.

Lambton Shores made the score 7-4 on a goal by Franco Sproviero at 13:05 in the third period, and Chatham got as close as 7-5 when Trevor Richardson scored 16:39 into the third period.

 

With three goals and one assist between them, Drew Marlatt and Sean Ross teamed up to power the Predators' offense. Marlatt had two goals and Ross also added one goal and one assist.

Lambton Shores forced the Maroons' goalies to work hard to keep the puck out of the net, getting 32 shots and forcing 25 saves. Jake Patterson made 23 stops and Bo Bessette made two. The Predators outdid their season average for goals scored. Lambton Shores averages 3.3 goals per game. The Predators capitalized on Chatham's penalties, netting two goals while skating with a man advantage.

Lambton Shores additionally got points from Nick Sproviero, who also finished with one goal and one assist, Sproviero, who also grabbed one goal and one assist, Colin Burns, who also registered one goal and two assists, Andrew Kim, who also had one goal and two assists, and Ross, who also racked up one goal and one assist. Other players who recorded assists for Lambton Shores were Austin Fetterly, Trevor Waller, and Gino Mini, who contributed one each and Ethan Sarfati and Ryan Fraser, who each chipped in two.

The Maroons' offense rang up 52 shots on Lambton Shores' net.

Chatham also had goals scored by Jared Dennis, Brett Storr, and Ian Faubert, who scored one goal each. In addition, Chatham received assists from Gus Ford, Brayden Hopkins, Alexander Morgan, Steven Beenackers, and Michael Levesque, who contributed one each and Connor Annett and Brennan Feasey, who each chipped in two.

The Predators' Andrew Harriman-Duke stopped 47 shots out of the 52 that he faced. Lambton Shores incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Chatham incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors.

Leamington rolls over Chatham, 5-2

Leamington Kinsmen Recreation    Thu, Feb 12, 2015

 

The Leamington Flyers had a two-goal lead after two periods and cruised the rest of the way en route to a 5-2 win over the Chatham Maroons.

 

Chris Scott was all over the ice for Leamington, as he had two goals in the win. Scott scored at 15:02 into the first period to make the score 2-0 Leamington and again while 19:50 into the second to make the score 4-2 Leamington.

The Flyers' offense rang up 38 shots on Chatham's net.

Leamington additionally got points from Ryan Shipley, who also registered one goal and one assist. Leamington also got a goal from Zack Guilbeault as well. More assists for Leamington came via Tyler Duarte, Cale Allen, Eric Henderson, Mitchell Amante, Kyle Quick, and Michael DiPietro, who contributed one each.

The Maroons were held below their usual level of production. Chatham puts an average of 4.9 pucks into the net per game.

The Maroons were led by Steven Beenackers, who tallied one goal and one assist. Beenackers scored on the power play 8:48 into the second period to make the score 3-2 Leamington. Chatham earned a power play opportunity when Blaine Bechard was put in the box for interference. Brayden Hopkins provided the assist. Connor Annett also scored for Chatham. In addition, Chatham received assists from Jared Dennis and Nate Pietens, who each chipped in one.

DiPietro recorded 19 saves for Leamington. The Flyers incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors. Jake Patterson made 33 saves for the Maroons on 37 shots. Chatham incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors.

Brennan Feasey Repeats as Offensive Player of the Month

For the second month in a row (December and now January), Chatham Maroons forward Brennan Feasey was chosen as the GOJHL Western Conference Offensive Player of the Month.  For January, Brennan had 10 goals and 11 assists for a total of 21 points in nine games.  For the season, Feasey has 34 goals, 41 assists for 75 total points, which makes him the highest scoring player in the Western Conference of the GOJHL.  The native of Glencoe Ontario is in his final season with the Chatham Maroons.  Congratulations Brennan!

Breast Cancer Awareness Night a Success

The Chatham Maroons annual “Breast Cancer Awareness Night” held Sunday night was a “huge success due to the generosity of our Fans!” according to Karen Szekesy of the Maroons

 

“The $3430.00 raised from the auction of the ‘pink’ game jerseys, the ‘pink’ hockey stick, the ‘pink’ goalie mask  and a donation from the Chatham Maroons Hockey Club will be shared by The Breast Buddies and by the Canadian Cancer Society, Chatham-Kent unit” said Szekesy.

The special ‘pink’ jerseys were donated by The Szekesy Family and Hogan’s Printing.

Mike Wonnacott of Mike’s Signs & Graphics donated the ‘pink’ stick and goalie mask which were autographed by the Maroons.

Members of The Breast Buddies were in attendance for the special pre-game ceremony. They are a group of breast cancer survivors who have taken up dragon boat racing. It is their mission to promote awareness of a quality of life after a diagnosis of breast cancer.

Also participating in the pre-game ceremony was Michael Verboom’s aunt, Jeltje Cudney , Trevor Richardson’s mother, Dyana Richardson , both who are breast cancer survivors and  Krissy Rioux, Fundraising Assistant for the Chatham-Kent Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society.

Last year’s event raised $3,000.00 .

If you would like additional information please contact:

Karen Szekesy, Chatham Maroons @ 519-727-4255

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Steven Szekesy Player of the Game

For Thursday, February 26th, 2015 Chatham Maroons defenseman Steven Szekesy was named the player of the game. Steven scored a goal and an assist but it was not enough to defeat the London Knights.

Listen to 92.9 FM CFCO on Friday morning.  If you are the first caller identify Steven Szekesy as the Maroon Player of the Game, you will receive a pair of tickets to a future Maroons home game.