Grayson Ladd won't lack motivation when he goes to Hockey Canada's under-18 summer selection camp next month.
Win now and win later.
The Wellington Dukes won the Ontario Junior Hockey League championship this past season with four ex-Chatham Maroons on their roster.
Defenceman Levi Tetrault of Pain Court will be the Leamington Flyers' captain next season.
James McEwan wants gold, so he's joining the Reds.
Hokey Langan of Chatham and Rachael Tricker of Thamesville won silver medals with Canada at the World Ball Hockey Federation women's championship Sunday near Moscow.
Hokey Langan of Chatham and Rachael Tricker of Thamesville are donning the Maple Leaf again.
Kevin Fisher expects the Chatham Maroons to be title contenders for years to come after a busy week of moves.
Nolan Gardiner is coming home and he's bringing two friends with him.
The Chatham Maroons continued their busy off-season Wednesday by acquiring four veteran players, including former OHL forward Nolan Gardiner of Tilbury.
The Chatham Maroons got their man when they landed rookie goalie Adam Harris.
The Wellington Dukes, who have four ex-Chatham Maroons, lost to the host Chilliwack Chiefs 4-2 in the RBC Cup final Sunday.
The Chatham Maroons announced Saturday they've acquired gritty forward Vincent DeSanctis from the Northeast Generals of the North American Hockey League.
Teddy McGeen left Chatham, but he couldn't get away from the Maroons.
Sting general manager Nick Sinclair remembers sitting on the edge of his seat watching Jordan Kyrou during his OHL draft season.
Veteran forward Dane Johnstone will be the Chatham Maroons' captain next season.
The Chatham Maroons are keeping their promise to bring in young, local players by committing to three at their spring camp.
New head coach Kyle Makaric wants the Chatham Maroons to be filled with homegrown talent.
At least eight players with local connections will suit up for Team Ontario South at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships from May 5-12 in Membertou, N.S.