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We would like to thank all the players and parents who joined us on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at the Cellar Restaurant for our Annual Meet & Greet! We enjoyed spending time with each and every one of you and look forward to a successful season on our quest to the RBC Cup!

COURT WINS RBC NATIONAL JUNIOR "A" SCHOLARSHIP

Photo courtesy of Hockey Canada Images 

Georgetown Raiders alternate captain Richard Court has been named the recipient of the 2014 RBC Nations Junior "A" scholarship.

For full article please follow the link below:

http://ojhl.pointstreaksites.com/view/ojhl/news-21/news_150130

Georgetown vs. North York - September 3, 2014

Georgetown vs. North York - August 29 Highlights

COURT NAMED SCHOLASTIC PLAYER-OF-YEAR

The Ontario Junior Hockey League today announced that Richard Court (photo credit - Amy Deroche/OJHL Images) of the Georgetown Raiders has been named the recipient of the OJHL Scholastic Player-of-the-Year Award and has been selected as the league’s nominee for the annual RBC Junior ‘A’ Scholarship awarded by RBC in conjunction with Hockey Canada.  Click the image to see the full atricle. 

Raiders vs. Patriots (Game 4) Highlights

Raiders vs. Patriots Game 2 Highlights

Georgetown Raiders Playoffs 2014

Fasten Your Skate Laces – 2nd Round Playoff’s Are Underway

The Raiders completed a 4-0 sweep of their opening-round matchup against the Milton IceHawks.  Now currently, The Georgetown Raiders are in the lead 3-1 against The Buffalo Jr. Sabres.  The much anticipated game 5 is scheduled for tomorrow night, Saturday March 22 in Buffalo.  If there is a need for game 6, that will be held on Sunday March 23 in Georgetown at the Alcott Arena.

Raiders-Sabres Game 4 Highlights

Raiders vs. Sabres Highlights (Game 2)

Fasten Your Skate Laces - Let the Playoffs Begin!

Join us this Thursday night February 27, 2014 as the Georgetown Raiders get their best-of-7 opening-round playoff series with the Milton IceHawks underway this week, with game two Friday at Memorial Arena in Milton.

Both games begin at 7:30 p.m.

Finishing up the regular season with 5 straight wins and 11 victories in their last 14 starts, the Georgetown Raiders have surged up the Ontario Junior Hockey League standings and grabbed the third seed out of eight in the South/West Conference.

Game three of the series will be played Wednesday, March 5 and game four is slated for Milton Friday, March 7.

The fifth game, if necessary, would be back at the Alcott Arena Saturday, March 8.  Game six would be in Milton Monday, March 10 and the seventh and deciding contest is scheduled for Tuesday, March 11.

Please show your support, and join us Thursday night to cheer on our Georgetown Raiders!

Raiders-Milton Game 3 Highlights

Raiders vs. Milton - GAME 1

Striking it Big

Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette hosts the annual Bowl for Kids Sake tournament scheduled this year on Sunday, March 2 at Georgetown Bowl in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton.

This year, trading skates for shoes, players from the Georgetown Jr. A Raiders will join the Mayor and many local businesses and raise funds for local mentoring programming.  Organizers say this year is shaping up to be the biggest ever with 19 teams already registered and only one team spot remaining.

The Raiders have set their own goal of raising $5,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Many people know that Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton matches volunteers with local children in one-to-one mentoring relationships, a bond that makes a lifelong impact on the life of a child.

However, BBBSH offers other mentoring programs in the community.  For instance, 50 elementary school children benefited from attending the Homework Club after-school mentoring program for kids. The Homework Club is currently operating in three area schools in Halton Hills – one in Georgetown and two in Acton. 

Proceeds from the Mayor Bonnette Bowl for Kids Sake event will stay within the Halton Hills boundaries and go directly to the mentoring programs for the children within the local community.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton is partially funded by the United Way of Halton Hills, but receives no other ongoing funding so it is campaigns like Bowl for Kids’ Sake that ensures the agency can continue to reach out to those children most in need of a mentor.

Currently in Halton, there are approximately 150 children waiting for a Big Brother or Big Sisters match.

 

Courtesy of www.theifp.ca

Raiders vs. Cobourg (February 22)

Raiders vs. Patriots (February 19, 2014)

Raiders-Kingston Highlights (February 8)

Raiders vs. Icehawks (February 4)

Raiders vs. Orangeville (February 1)

Raiders vs. Canadiens (January 25, 2014)

Raiders vs. Cougars (January 18, 2014)

Raiders-North York (January 11, 2014)

Raiders-Trenton Highlights (January 4, 2014)

Raiders vs. Cougars Highlights (December 18, 2013)

Raiders vs. Tigers (December 11, 2013)

Raiders vs. Muskies (December 7, 2013)

HELP US FILL THE NET

 

The Georgetown Raiders are pleased to be particpating in the Toys for Tots program again this year. Instead of filling the net with pucks we are asking you to help us fill our net with toys to help bring the joy of Christmas to the needy children in our community

 

Please join the Georgetown Junior A Raiders in helping support Toys for Tots Foundation, by bringing an unwrapped toy or gift to our home game on Saturday, November 30th.

 

All toy donations are appreciated - especially those for kids age 10+.

 

With your help in filling our hockey net with gifts, we can help make this a special Christmas for those less fortunate than us.

 

GIFT IDEAS:

Gift Cards                                   Small Electronics

Clothing in Youth (medium/large) and Adult (small)

School Supplies                           Sports Equipment

Hair Accessories                          Personal Hygiene

Raiders vs. Red Wings Highlights (November 30)

RAIDERS NEWS

Raiders vs. Sabres (October 26, 2013)

Raiders vs. Flyers (October 23, 2013)

Raiders vs. Chargers (October 16)

Raiders-Buzzers (Game 4)

Raiders-Buzzers (Game 3)

Raiders-Buzzers (Game 2)

Where Are They Now?

 

Over the past years, the Georgetown Hockey organization has been able to develop talented young hockey players who have moved onto the next level of play.  I am sure there are many Raider fans that have wondered what has happened to their once favourite players to wear the Raider crest.  Here we will take a brief look at a few Raiders from the past and see where they are now. 

Jay Sprague, has moved on to play for the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL.

Wade Finegan, a past captain of the Raiders is graduating this year from Bowling Green State University (CCHL).  There he was awarded as being the most improved athlete throughout all of Bowling Green’s athletics.

Mike Gurtler, who went on scholarship to Mercyhurt College (AHA) is graduating this year.  Next season he will be suiting up with the Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL.

Kevin Harvey, who was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 2003 NHL entry draft, has moved on to play in the AHL for the Springfield Falcons and is currently playing in the CHL for the Rapid City Rush.        

Rob Sgarbossa, who had received a scholarship to Morrisville State College (SUNTAC) is also graduating this year.

Tyson Gimblett, is graduating this year from the University of Prince Edward Island.

Matt Carter, is also graduating this year from the University of Prince Edward Island.  Matt was also awarded 2nd Team All Canadian, and 1st Team All Atlantic Conference.   Matt Carter was also at Dallas Star's Rookie Camp this September 2011.

Jay Sprague, Wade Finegan, Kevin Harvey, Rob Sgarbossa, Mike Gurtler and Tyson Gimblett were all key members of the 2004-2005 Raider’s hockey team who came first in the division, won the Dudley Hewitt Cup and then moved onto the Royal Back Cup.  At this time having a line consisting of Finegan, Sgarbossa and Gurtler really proved to be a huge asset in helping the team reach the RBC.    

            We would like to wish all the Raiders of the past the best of luck in all their future endeavors, and hope to see them come support the new players to wear the Raider crest.         

BILLETS REQUIRED FOR 2014/2015 SEASON

BILLETS Required, the Georgetown Raiders are looking for families who would be interested in billeting our hockey players. Interested parties should contact Coach Greg Walters at 416-931-7024

CONGRATULATIONS 

RYAN SMITH

Photo courtsey Kevin Sousa/OJHL Images

Smith Commits to Castleton

 

Georgetown Raiders Forward Ryan Smith has confirmed his commitment to join the Castleton State College Spartans beginning with the 2014-2015 ECAC East Conference Season.

 

Full Details Available at OJHL 

 

CONGRATULATIONS

LIAM CLARE

Photo courtesy Andy Corneau/OJHL images

 

Clare Commits To Sacred Heart

 

Georgetown Raiders alternate captain Liam Clare has confirmed to join the SAcred Heart University Pioneers beginning with the 2015-16 Atlantic Hockey season.

 

Full details available at: OJHL

KEEPING WITH TRADITION

NCAA - Commitments 

Over the years, the Georgetown Raiders Hockey Club has been dedicated to developing outstanding hockey players ready for the next level of play.  This season we are pleased to announce that the following Georgetown Raiders are keeping with tradition and have secured themselves NCAA scholarships for 2014-2015.  

Liam Board - Neumann University

Phil Kiss - Curry College

On behalf of the Georgetown coaching staff, management, volunteers and fans we would like to congratulate these players on their success and wish them the best of luck in their future hockey careers.  

We should also congratulate Michael McNiven and Mitchell Kreis who will be with the OHL next season.  Michael will be in net for the Owen Sound Attack and Mitchell has signed an agreement with the London Knights.  All the best Michael and Mitchell.

CONGRATULATIONS

SCOTT WILSON

Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics

Wilson Signs with Pens

Former Georgetown Raider Scott Wilson, who recently completed his season with the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Riverhawks, officially signed a two-year NHL entry-level contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins late this week.

 
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CONGRATULATIONS

MICHAEL MCNIVEN

All Prospect Teams Announced

 

Goaltender – Michael McNiven (Georgetown Raiders)
(pictured - photo credit: Brian Watts/OJHL Images)
The 16-year old native of Georgetown, Ontario was assigned to his hometown Raiders early in the season by the Ontario Hockey League’s Owen Sound Attack, after being selected by the club in the 4th round, 66th overall, of the 2013 OHL Priority Selection.  McNiven would post a 21-10-0 record, the league’s sixth best win total, with five shutouts, tied for the most in the OJHL with two-time Gongshow Gear Goaltender-of-the-Month Kevin Entmaa from Aurora.  In 35 games played, the 6’1”, 170 lbs

CONGRATULATIONS

STEPHEN HLADIN

All Star Teams Announced

Forward – Steve Hladin (Georgetown Raiders)
(pictured - photo credit: Shawn Muir/OJHL Images)
Georgetown Raiders captain Steve Hladin was the epitome of consistency all season long, setting an example to his club both on and off the ice.  The Mississauga, Ontario native got off to a great start in his third OJHL season, taking home OJHL Gongshow Gear South-West Conference Player-of-the-Month honours in October and would continue the stellar play to season’s end, failing to record a point in back-to-back games only once all year.  Hladin finished the season as runner-up in the scoring race to Best with 83 points, while also finishing runner-up to David Italiano of St. Michael’s in the goal scoring derby, notching 38 goals in 53 games played.  Scoring at critical times for the Raiders, Hladin also finished second in the OJHL with seven game-winning goals as Georgetown finished second in the West Division for the second consecutive season.

KEEPING WITH TRADITION 

NCAA - Commitments 

Over the years, the Georgetown Raiders Hockey Club has been dedicated to developing outstanding hockey players ready for the next level of play.   Last season we were pleased to announce that the following Georgetown Raiders were keeping with tradition and have secured themselves NCAA scholarships.  

Brendan Woods - Laurier University CIS 

Nick Perruccio - Neumann University NCAA D3

Alex Botten - Oshwego University NCAA D3

Tyler McCarthy - Ryerson University CIS

Robbie Murden - Hamilton College NCA D3

David Miller - Soo Greyhounds OHL

Santino Centorame - London Knights OHL

On behalf of the Georgetown coaching staff, management, volunteers and fans we would like to congratulate these players on their success and wish them the best of luck in their future hockey careers.