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Maroons Spring Camp Announced
The Chatham Maroons will be holding their annual spring camp for rookies and prospects starting Sunday, April 27th, 2014 at 6:30 PM. This year's camp will be held at Memorial Arena, which will allow the team to see the players skate in the building that is home to the Maroons. The second and final night of the camp is Thursday, May 1st, 2014 at 6:00 PM.
The camp is open to players with birth years from 1994 to 1998. Please click on the prospects section of this website and complete your camp application. The camp cost is $95.00 which includes a jersey which the player gets to keep. Any 1999 born players wishing to try out will need to contact Bill Cumming, Assistant GM directly.
Any further questions on the camp can be addressed to Bill Cumming, AGM at firstname.lastname@example.org or on his cell phone at 519-401-4747.
Wheaton, Leamington blank Chatham, 1-0
Jacob Keogh turned aside 26 shots in the 1 to 0 loss to the Leamington Flyers on Thursday.
Trevor Wheaton was superb between the pipes for the Leamington Flyers, as he did not allow a goal in a 1-0 victory over the Chatham Maroons.
The win by Leamington clinched the best of seven series at 4-1.
The Flyers were sparked by Amante, who racked up one goal.
Leamington excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in three chances.
Chatham stifled the Flyers' power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man.
Wheaton rejected 25 shots on goal for Leamington. The Flyers incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Jacob Keogh recorded 26 saves for the Maroons. Chatham incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors. For the Maroons, Brayden Hopkins was ejected from the game.
Maroons Acknowledge Dispute Resolution Protocol
Inappropriate comments by the Maroons staff directed at the officials of last Sunday’s game in Leamington were published in the paper.
The Maroons organization wish to acknowledge that moving forward members of the organization will be more responsible for their words and actions regarding officials in the OHA.
We understand that we must represent the OHA in an appropriate manner regarding policies established that affect Social Media, Violence & Harassment and the Officials.
The OHA has an open door policy with its member teams to discuss things that affect the game.
We will exercise options available to us that will allow conflict resolution to be handled in an appropriate manner.
The intention is to not put the team in an awkward position moving forward in this series.
Even in stressful situations, we have an obligation as well to our players to set the right example.
We appreciate the ongoing support from our fans and dedicated officials.
Leamington rides Wheaton to victory over Chatham, 3-1
Trevor Wheaton had a standout game with 26 saves, and the Leamington Flyers beat the Chatham Maroons 3-1.
After the loss made the series score 3-1 in the best of seven series, Chatham faces elimination next time out.
Leamington was led by Tony Spidalieri, who grabbed one goal. Spidalieri scored on the power play 10:45 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Leamington. The Flyers earned a power play opportunity when Jared Dennis was put in the box for roughing. Alex Seguin assisted on the tally.
Leamington excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in three chances. The Flyers' offense rang up 31 shots on the Maroons' net.
Others who scored for Leamington included Cole Chevalier and Dylan Seguin, who scored one goal each. In addition, Leamington received assists from Daniel Robertson, who had one and Mitchell Amante, who had three.
Leamington incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Jacob Keogh rejected 28 shots on goal for the Maroons. Chatham incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors.
Leamington survives Chatham comeback, wins 5-4
The Leamington Flyers came close to giving away a three-goal lead to the Chatham Maroons, but did just enough to escape with a 5-4 victory.
Leamington led by three goals at one point and ended with the victory. The largest advantage in the game came when the Flyers' Dylan Seguin scored on the power play at 6:04 in the first period to put Leamington up 3-0.
The win by the Flyers broke a deadlock and gave Leamington a 2-1 advantage in the best of seven series.
Seguin had two goals and one assist to lead the Flyers.
Chatham was unable to stop Leamington from sending pucks towards the net, and the Flyers eventually piled up 31 shots on goal.
Leamington also got points from Kyle Quick, who also registered one goal and one assist and Tony Spidalieri, who also had one goal and one assist. Eric Henderson also scored for Leamington. Other players who recorded assists for Leamington were David Dalby, who had two and Alex Seguin, Mitchell Amante, and Chris Scott, who contributed one each.
The Maroons were led by Adam Arseneault, who grabbed three goals and one assist. Chatham additionally got points from Tanner Ferguson, who also tallied one goal and one assist. More assists for Chatham came via Blayne Oliver, who had one and Kyle Brothers and Michael Verboom, who contributed two each.
Austyn Roudebush recorded 26 saves for Leamington. The Flyers incurred 14 minutes in penalty time with seven minors. Jacob Keogh made 26 saves for Chatham on 31 shots. The Maroons totaled 15 minutes in penalty time with five minors and one major and went 2-for-7 on the power play. For Chatham, John Bowen was ejected from the game.
Chatham beats Leamington 3-2 after comeback scare
The Chatham Maroons survived a determined comeback attempt by the Leamington Flyers on the way to a 3-2 win.
With the win, the Maroons evened the series at 1-1 in the best of seven showdown.
Chatham pulled out the victory even though it was hit with 26 penalty minutes.
The Maroons kept the Flyers' goalie busy throughout the game, and Austyn Roudebush made 30 saves on 33 shots.
Chatham additionally got points from Tanner Ferguson, who also tallied one goal and one assist and Adam Arseneault, who also racked up one goal and one assist. Other players who recorded assists for Chatham were Kyle Brothers, who had one and Michael Verboom, who had three.
Leamington was helped by Nathan Opblinger, who grabbed one goal and one assist. Opblinger scored on the power play 3:11 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Chatham. The Flyers earned a power play opportunity when Steven Szekesy was put in the box for high sticking. Ryan Muzzin provided the assist. Leamington also got points from Seguin, who also registered one goal and one assist. In addition, Leamington received assists from Dylan Seguin, who had one.
Jacob Keogh rejected 20 shots on goal for Chatham. The Maroons registered one goal on six power play opportunities. Leamington incurred 16 minutes in penalty time with eight minors. For the Flyers, Graham Kelsey was ejected from the game.
Chatham falls to Leamington in overtime, 4-3 (OT)
The Leamington Flyers' David Dalby scored 6:20 into overtime to beat the Chatham Maroons, 4-3 (OT).
The win gave Leamington a 1-0 lead in the best of seven series.
The Flyers came back from a two-goal deficit to capture the victory. Leamington trailed 3-1 after a goal by Chatham's Ian Faubert at 3:22 in the third period. The Flyers knotted things up at 3-3 on a goal by Nathan Opblinger at 14:02 in the third period.
Dalby was all over the ice for Leamington, as he finished with two goals in the win.
The Flyers excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in three chances. The Maroons were unable to stop Leamington from sending pucks towards the net, and the Flyers eventually piled up 34 shots on goal.
Leamington also got a goal from Alex Seguin as well. Other players who recorded assists for Leamington were Ryan Muzzin, Eric Henderson, Mitchell Amante, Tony Spidalieri, Graham Kelsey, and Dylan Seguin, who contributed one each.
Chatham forced Leamington goalie Austyn Roudebush to work between the pipes, taking 34 shots.
The Maroons were led by Kyle Brothers, who grabbed two goals. Brothers scored the first of his two goals at 18:46 into the second period to make the score 1-1. Michael Verboom picked up the assist. Brothers' next tally made the score 2-1 Chatham with 18:48 left in the third period. Verboom provided the assist. In addition, Chatham received assists from Adam Arseneault, who had two and Steven Szekesy and James McEwan, who each chipped in one.
Roudebush recorded 31 saves for the Flyers. Leamington incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors. Chatham's Jacob Keogh stopped 30 shots out of the 34 that he faced. The Maroons incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors.
United Way Acknowledges Maroons
Prior to the Sunday March 2nd, 2014 game, 2013 United Way of Chatham-Kent Campaign Co-Chair , Cecily Coppola presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Maroons' Karen Szekesy. The Maroons donated $500 towards this year's campaign, and $487 to the Breast Buddies dragon boat team.
Brothers Named WOC 2014 MVP
London, February 24th – Kyle Brothers’ accomplishments during the regular season were acknowledged at the GOJHL’s Western Conference awards banquet on Monday night.
Brothers finished the 2013/14 season with 122 points, which is second all time for a single season points total, only behind former Chatham Mic Mac and current University of Michigan assistant coach, Brian Wiseman.
Kyle was voted the CHOK Player of the Year by the conference for his record breaking season. As the regular season scoring champion, Kyle also received the WOC Hugh McLean award as the top regular season scorer, along with the GOJHL award as top scorer in the 27 team league. Wrapping up his night, Kyle was also named to the league’s First Place All Star team.
Team Captain, Michael Verboom became a repeat recipient of the Chester Pegg Memorial Award for Outstanding Ability and Sportsmanship. Finishing second in team scoring with 94 points, Michael’s contribution to the team was recognized by the league by this award selection.
The Maroons begin their quest for the Sutherland Cup tonight with a home game against the Strathroy Rockets. Doors open at 6:00 PM and game time is 7:00 PM.
For further information with respect to these award winners, please contact Assistant GM Bill Cumming at (519) 401-4747.
Maroons Searching for Website Administrator
The Chatham Maroons are looking for a website administrator. This is a volunteer position reporting to the Maroons Director of Marketing. Applicants need to have web design experience and can create web content.
Interested parties should contact the Maroons business office at 519-727-4255. Please ask for either Karen Szekesy or Andrew Doran. Alternatively please send your resume to email@example.com
CFCO Player of the Game
For Friday March 28th 2014, the Chatham Maroons player of the game was forward Adam Arseneault. The native of Petrolia Ontario had a goal and an assist to help the Maroons to a 3 to 2 victory over the Leamington Flyers.
Be sure to tune into Country 92.9 FM or 630 AM CFCO tomorrow morning. If you phone in and identify Adam Arseneault as the player of the game when announce, you will win tickets to a future Maroons playoff game.