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
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
Chatham rides Bessette to victory over Leamington, 3-1
Story by Narrative Science.
A stellar performance between the pipes by Bo Bessette helped the Chatham Maroons defeat the Leamington Flyers, 3-1.
Leamington's power play was ineffective against Chatham's penalty kill, which allowed one goal while shorthanded.
Chatham's offense rang up 31 shots on the Flyers' net. The Maroons struggled to stay out of the sin bin throughout the game as they finished the game with 34 penalty minutes for nine opposing power plays.
Chatham additionally got points from Michael Verboom, who also tallied one goal and one assist and Brennan Feasey, who also racked up one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. More assists for Chatham came via Trevor Richardson and Jared Dennis, who contributed one each.
Leamington stifled Chatham's power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. The Flyers kept the Maroons' goalie busy throughout the game, and Bessette made 39 saves on 40 shots.
Leamington was led by Kyle Perkowski, who scored the team's only goal. Perkowski scored on the power play 10:16 into the first period to make the score 1-1. The Flyers had gained a power play chance when Michael Levesque was whistled for cross checking.
Chatham registered zero goals on three power play opportunities. For the Maroons, Alexander Morgan was ejected from the game. Trevor Wheaton made 28 saves for Leamington on 31 shots. The Flyers incurred 22 minutes in penalty time with six minors.
Chatham uses shootout to best St. Thomas, 5-4 (2-1 SO)
Story by Narrative Science.
Three periods of regulation and an overtime session were not enough to settle matters as the Chatham Maroons defeated the St. Thomas Stars in a shootout 5-4 (2-1 SO).The shootout featured six attempts between both teams. St. Thomas' shootout goal was scored by Spencer Hutchinson. Chatham's other shootout goal was scored by Brennan Feasey.
The Maroons came back from a one-goal deficit to capture the victory. Chatham trailed 4-3 after a goal by the Stars' Carson Brookshaw at 4:32 in the third period. The Maroons knotted things up at 4-4 on a power play goal by Feasey at 7:44 in the third period.
In a losing effort, St. Thomas was led by Brookshaw, who registered two goals. Brookshaw scored the first of his two goals on the power play at 14:53 into the second period to make the score 3-3. A roughing penalty on Steven Beenackers had put the Stars on the power play. Brookshaw's next tally on the power play made the score 4-3 St. Thomas with 15:28 left in the third period. Wade Russell provided the assist.
Chatham forced St. Thomas goalie Nikolas Dampier to work between the pipes, taking 39 shots. The Maroons could not stay out of the penalty box, as the team accrued 38 minutes in penalties during the game.
Chatham also had goals scored by Trevor Richardson, Alexander Morgan, and Ian Faubert, who scored one goal each. In addition, Chatham received assists from Michael Verboom, who had two and Connor McKinnon, Carl Stapleton, and Brayden Hopkins, who each chipped in one.
Chatham was unable to stop the Stars from sending pucks towards the net, and St. Thomas eventually piled up 38 shots on goal. The Stars were held back by their power play unit, which tallied two goals on 10 chances.
Jacob Lucier rejected 34 shots on goal for the Maroons. Chatham registered one goal on five power play opportunities. For the Maroons, John Bowen was ejected from the game. Nikolas Dampier made 34 saves for St. Thomas on 38 shots. The Stars incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors.
FCC "DRIVE AWAY HUNGER" NIGHT
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.
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!!!
CFCO Player of the Game - Bo Bessette
For Sunday, September 14th, 2014, Chatham Maroons netminder Bo Bessette recorded his first win as a Maroon, stopping 39 of 40 shots as Chatham beat the Leamington Flyers 3 to 1.
Tune into 92.9 FM CFCO on Monday morning. If you are the first caller identify Bo Bessette as the Maroon Player of the Game, you will receive a pair of tickets to a future Maroons home game.