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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.


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Chatham squeaks by London, 4-2

Western Fair Community Center    Wed, Nov 19, 2014

 

The Chatham Maroons gutted out a close 4-2 win against the London Nationals.

Chatham gained the winning advantage on a goal by Michael Verboom 10:47 into the third period and hung on until final buzzer.

 

Verboom had a great game for the Maroons, netting two goals.

Chatham's penalty kill was spotless, allowing no goals on three London power plays. London was unable to stop the Maroons from sending pucks towards the net, and Chatham eventually piled up 31 shots on goal.

Chatham also got points from Trevor Richardson, who also registered one goal and one assist. Jared Dennis also scored for Chatham. In addition, Chatham received assists from Brennan Feasey, who had two and Nate Pietens, Steven Szekesy, and Dede Cato, who contributed one each.

The Nationals forced the Maroons goalie Bo Bessette to work between the pipes, taking 35 shots.

London was helped by Drew Worrad, who racked up one goal. Worrad scored 17:45 into the second period to make the score 2-2. Tanner Ferreira provided the assist. London also got a goal from Austin Kemp as well. More assists for London came via Kyle L Robinson, Kevin Madden, and Scott Goodman, who each chipped in one.

Bessette rejected 33 shots on goal for Chatham. The Maroons incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors. Logan Ferrington recorded 27 saves for the Nationals. London incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with five minors.

Tonight's Maroon Broadcast has been Cancelled

The Country 92.9FM / 630AM CFCO broadcast of the Chatham Maroons hockey game in London tonight has been cancelled due to poor weather and road conditions.

The game itself is still scheduled to be played starting at 7:30 PM at the Western Fair in London.  Follow the Maroons progress on Pointstreak.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS NIGHT

The Chatham Junior Maroons are pleased to announce that the Sunday, November 16th game against Strathroy has been designated as
“DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS NIGHT”.

 

November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the goal of the month is to raise awareness and inform the public of the consequences of domestic violence and the importance of standing up against it.

Domestic Violence affects everyone; children, youth, individuals, families, and the community. It has immediate and long-term consequences that can include serious mental and physical affects, the inability to function in society, financial turmoil and sometimes death.

The “Wrap Yourself in Courage” Campaign features Purple Scarfs, which will be sold to increase awareness of Domestic Violence against women.

Ending violence against women, like so many other challenges, will take a village, so to speak. Like it says on the scarf tags “the courage of one woman is not enough,” it will take all of us to be collectively courageous to make a difference. The hope is that by wrapping yourself in the warmth of a scarf is that you will also wrap yourself in the courage to help put an end to violence against women.

Purple is a symbol of courage, survival and honour, and has come to symbolize the fight to end woman abuse.

The CHATHAM KENT WOMEN'S CENTRE will have an information table at which "PURPLE SCARVES" will be available for $15.00.


A ceremonial puck drop will take place prior to the start of the game.

The Mighty Mo-roons

Courtesy of  Alaya Phillips

It’s that time of year again, the boys of the Chatham Maroons are beginning to don their best moustaches for a great cause! The aptly nicknamed “Mo-roons”  started with a fresh shave on November 1st and will continue to grow their mo’s until the end of the month. For the duration of Movember, the Maroons are on a mission to raise the most money they possibly can to support research of men’s illnesses but they need your help.

The Maroons are working in alliance with The Movember Foundation. To improve and save the lives of men living with testicular cancer, prostate cancer and mental health issues, The Movember Foundation has raised hundreds of millions of dollars. The foundation started out as a simple effort to raise awareness for men’s illnesses when two friends in Australia dreamt up the idea in a bar. Now Movember happens in over twenty countries and with your support, will only continue to grow and make an even greater impact on eradicating these illnesses.

In addition to working with The Movember Foundation, the Maroons are part of a network of recreational hockey teams raising money for Movember. They’re in a competition with other hockey teams across Ontario to raise the most money and create the most awareness. The Maroons are also having a competition amongst their teammates to see who can grow the best moustache and who can get the greatest amount of donations.

The competitions don’t stop there however; you can get involved by growing your own mo’s! The Maroons will be looking for the best fan-grown moustaches and will be giving out prizes. You can share your own moustache on their Mospace or even a friend’s moustache for a chance to win!

Last but certainly not least, on November 30th at the Maroons’ home game against St. Thomas the Maroons will be hosting a Movember Awareness night.


As the fight against these illnesses is only going to be won through a group effort, the Maroons have banded together as a whole team to improve the lives of men living with these illnesses. Every member of the team is set up on Mospace and will be working their hardest to raise awareness. The Maroons are changing their faces to change the face of men’s health and the boys will be posting updates of their growing mo’s on their Mospace. You can choose to donate to your favourite player, donate to the team as a whole or even donate equally to each player.

Don’t forget to visit their Mospace, http://ca.movember.com/team/1656801 (or click on the picture above), for updates on the money they’re raising, pictures of the developing mo’s, to show off your mo’s and to make your own donations. Happy Movember!

 


Chatham wins tough contest against LaSalle, 4-2

Vollmer Recreation Complex    Wed, Nov 12, 2014

 

The Chatham Maroons gutted out a close 4-2 win against the LaSalle Vipers.

Chatham gained the winning advantage on a goal by Brayden Hopkins 16:25 into the second period and hung on until final buzzer.

 

Hopkins had a great game for the Maroons, netting two goals.

Chatham excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in five chances. The Maroons' offense rang up 42 shots on LaSalle's net.

Chatham also had goals scored by Nate Pietens and Brennan Feasey, who each put in one. Other players who recorded assists for Chatham were Connor McKinnon, Trevor Richardson, Steven Szekesy, Michael Verboom, and Alexander Morgan, who contributed one each.

The Vipers forced Chatham goalie Bo Bessette to work between the pipes, taking 38 shots. The defensemen of LaSalle were also effective in the Maroons' zone, and came away with two goals.

The Vipers were helped by Dalton Langlois, who grabbed one goal. Langlois scored 16:37 into the first period to make the score 2-1 LaSalle. Manny Silverio assisted on the tally. Nicolas Crescenzi also scored for LaSalle. More assists for LaSalle came via Connor Rosaasen, who had one.

Bo Bessette made 36 saves for Chatham on 38 shots. The Maroons incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors. Paolo Battisti recorded 38 saves for LaSalle. The Vipers incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors.

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

Chatham penalty kill dominates in 4-0 defeat of St. Thomas

Bo Bessette stops all 23 shots he faced against the St. Thomas Stars
Chatham Memorial Arena    Sun, Nov 09, 2014

 

The St. Thomas Stars failed to take advantage of their power play opportunities and the Chatham Maroons shook off a number of penalties to win, 4-0.

 

Chatham was led by Brennan Feasey, who racked up one goal and one assist. Feasey scored 9:44 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Chatham. Trevor Richardson provided the assist.

Referees had their hands full with a major incident at 4:14 into the third period. Four fighting penalties were dished out along with two game misconducts.

The Maroons were often in penalty trouble, totaling six minors and one major for 27 minutes in penalty time. Chatham surpassed its season average of 23.0 penalty minutes per game. The Maroons stifled St. Thomas' power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. Chatham's offense rang up 37 shots on the Stars' net.

Chatham additionally got points from Richardson, who also had one goal and one assist. Chatham also got a goal from Jared Dennis as well. More assists for Chatham came via Connor McKinnon and Michael Verboom, who each chipped in one and Brayden Hopkins and Steven Beenackers, who contributed two each.

St. Thomas' offense operated below its season average. The Stars average 3.2 goals per game.

The Maroons' Bo Bessette stopped 23 shots out of the 23 that he faced. Chatham registered zero goals on two power play opportunities. Team's Connor Doran and Verboom were slapped with misconducts and ejected from the game. Nikolas Dampier rejected 33 shots on goal for St. Thomas. The Stars totaled 11 minutes in penalty time with three minors and one major and went 0-for-8 on the power play. For St. Thomas, Dane Johnstone was ejected from the game.

 

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 - Jared Dennis

For Sunday, November 23rd, 2014, Chatham Maroons forward Brennan was named the player of the game.  Brennan had two points to help the Maroons beat the London Nationals 3 to 2.

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.