October 7, 2017
October 7, 2017
Steam against North York Renegades
October 1, 2017
Tottenham Steam Home Opener.
Thank you fans!, for supporting the Steam, over 200 Fans showed and supported the Tottenham Steam, a BIG THANK YOU from the Steam players!!!
"The support of the fans motivates us to win", THANK YOU .
September 23, 2017
September 20, 2017
NHL Player Coaches Tottenham Steam Jr. A Hockey Club !!
The Tottenham Steam Jr A Hockey Club have named former NHL Player Coaches Tottenham Steam Jr A Hockey Club, Dennis Maruk, the bench boss for the upcoming 2016-17 Junior A Hockey season. Maruk is a 900+ game NHL veteran and former offensive phenom.
His high level understanding of the game will be a huge asset to the Steam organization, helping this year's new crop of players develop and improve their Junior Ice Hockey Skills just like the professional sports teams.
Maruk was thrilled at the chance to coach the defending champion Steam:
"I would like to thank the DaSilvas for reaching to me to be head coach of Tottenham Steam for the upcoming season. Our team will be represented both on and off the ice in the community. My career in NHL was for 14 years on teams California Golden Seals Cleveland Barons Washington Capitals Minnesota North Stars. I was a two time All Star 1978/82 and produced a 50 and 60 seasons with the Capitals. I have played internationally with Team Canada in World Championships over in Europe. I played nearly 900 games and recorded points just under that feat. It gives me great pleasure to work with the team to be their best and to further their hockey endeavours.
Coach Dennis Maruk
#9 Viacheslav Chegrintcev 103 PTS in 37 Games
We are proud to announce former Tottenham Steam Goaltender will be playing for Asele IK, Division 2 Pro - Sweden.
A few words from Jesse :
Playing professional hockey has always been a dream of mine and I am fortunate enough to have made it to where I am today. I've had a ton of support through my junior career. From my friends and family, to all those involved in hockey that have played a role in my success. Beginning with Jim Thompson and Marshall Uretsky for giving me a chance to play at the junior A level, to the town of Meaford, Almaguin and lastly Dina and the entire Tottenham Steam organization for getting me to where I am today and introducing me to the right people. Bob Russell and the GMHL have been great to me as well. I would like to say thank you to all my coaches, billets and teammates and best of luck to everyone in the future.
Tottenham Steam is proud to announce that The Tottenham Steam's Captain #6 Marcus Shellhammer is continuing his hockey career in Sweden. Marcus Shellhammer signed with Tibro IK Division 2. Shellhammer is looking forward to bringing his physical play to Sweden. Congratulations.
Tottenham Steam is proud to announce that our very own #19 Ryan Sutton is continuing his hockey career in Sweden. Ryan Sutton signed with Ockelbo Hockey Club for 2017/18 season. Congratulations Ryan Sutton and All The Best!
As per the official Finlandia website, Finlandia head coach Joe Burcar had this to say "Cale brings a winning attitude with him, he's played for champions at every level of his career. Cale knows what it takes to be successful and we feel that will catch on with his teammates."
Following his rookie season with the Steam, Markham went on to play in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL) this past season where he scored 19 Points (11G, 8A) while splitting time between the Chatham Maroons and the Lambton Shores Predators
Prior to joining the Steam the 1997 born Markham was a four-year varsity player at Houghton High School. As a senior, he scored 40 Points (19G, 20A) and earned all-conference and all-state honors. The Gremlins went a combined 83-17 in his time, capturing all four regional championships and twice reaching the Division 3 State championship final.
Cale was excited to recall his time in Tottenham, “From the moment I put on that Steam jersey I had a new family, my brothers and I went to war that season and brought home the Russell Cup. I couldn’t be happier with the way I was able to evolve as a player under Woody, and would like to thank everyone in Tottenham especially my billets Ryan and Lindsey and my billet brothers Ethan and Dylan for helping make my time so special.”
We were all witness to the type of player and person you were during your time with the Steam Cale and we would all like to wish you luck from all of us.
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.Ryan Sutton had an outstanding game of his own. Sutton stepped up to have a career high 4 points on the night, including 1 goal and 3 assists.Martel got the victory in goal and was 3rd star of the match.Dasilva and Matthew Bogenrieder had singles in the match as well.The Steam will look to keep the train rolling tonight hosting the North York Renegades. Puck drop is 7:30 at Tottenham Arena.
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 now enters the South Division Qualifiers to see who will make the Russell Cup main bracket. The Steam will have to overcome two single game elimination games to earn the 8th spot in the playoff bracket and face the Niagara Whalers.
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 on January 17th. The format is Team Canada vs Team World.Martel, who is in his 4th GMHL season, is a 1st time All-Star. He was picked up from the now defunct Komoka Dragons mid-season and has been a star for the Steam since.In 9 games Martel has a 4-5-0 record and a save percentage just under .900.
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 wins, 15 losses and 3 OT losses defeating the Oshawa Riverkings and sending their record to 6-14-3.The Russian duo of Dmitri and Slava carried the scoring, like they have all season, each posting three goals.Goaltender Jesse Martel took the victory in goal. Being named the games first star in the process.Next up is the Toronto Predators at home on Saturday, December 3rd. Puck drop is 7:30pm.
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