• PLAYOFFS: STEAM RUNS COMES TO END The Tottenham Steam have finished their 2016-17 Russell Cup campaign. After advancing past the South Division's first round of qualifiers, the Steam were halted in their tracks by the Oshawa Riverkings in the South final qualifiers.
  • TOTTENHAM WRAPS UP REGULAR SEASON The Tottenham Steam have wrapped up their third regular season in franchise history. It was a rough rebounding year following a Russell Cup Championship last season. But heading into the 2017 Russell Cup playoffs, the Steam have confidence in repeating as champions.
  • TOTTENHAM TAKES DOWN TORONTO The Tottenham Steam upset the favoured Toronto Attack yesterday evening in a hard fought 7-4 victory. It was a well rounded effort from all lines giving the Steam the victory. Slava Chegrintcev had 4 goals to be named first star of the game.
  • STEAM UNDERGO COACHING CHANGE Brandon Billie will take over as bench boss for the Tottenham Steam along side new assistant Coach Austin Brown.Coach Dennis Maruk will be absent for the remainder of the season as he has left for family Emergency.
  • TOTTENHAM LOSSES TO TILLSONBURG The Tottenham Steam lost this weekend to the Tillsonburg Hurricanes in a tough 8-7 loss. Despite a early lead, Tottenham could not hold it together. Despite the fall, which often happens with rebuilding teams, the Steam are taking it as a lesson and moving forward.
  • MARTEL NAMED TO ALLSTAR GAME The Tottenham Steam are proud to be represented at the 2017 GMHL All-Star game by goaltender Jesse Martel. The game takes place in Tillsonburg, Ontario hosted by the Hurricanes
  • TOTTENHAM WINS OVER OSHAWA The Tottenham Steam defeated the Oshawa Riverkings in a tight 4-3 battle on the road. Despite being outshot by nearly 20, Tottenham held on to the 1 goal game and came away with the two points. Tottenham improved their record to 4 win
  • NHL STANLEY CUP WINNER TO COACH The Steam would like to announce our newest member to our family, former NHL player and legend Mike Krushelnyski. Born and raised in Quebec, Mr Mike Krushelnyski will be joining aside Coach Dennis Maruk and Assistant Coach Wayne King...
  • TOTTENHAM WINS OVER STARS ON ROAD The Tottenham Steam got back to their winning ways with a stellar 6-2 victory over the Northumberland Stars. The Steam, lead by Russians Slava Chegrintsev and Dmitri Russu, now have 9 points on the 2016-2017 season and are climbing the GMHL standings.


The Tottenham Steam of the GMHL are looking for talented 1995-99 birth year players from around the globe to help secure their roster for the upcoming 2016-17 season.

Please contact GM Dina DaSilval via email at: