St. Marys Lincolns

St. Marys Lincolns

GOJHL team
team_name = St. Marys Lincolns
bg_color = DodgerBlue
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division = Western
founded = 1956
history =
alternate =
arena = St. Marys Arena
city = St. Marys, Ontario
team_colors = Green, Navy Blue, and White
head_coach = Merlin Malinowski
general_manager = Bill Bourne
affiliates = none
sutherland_cup = 1963 and 1976
bucklands =
schmalz_cup =
The St. Marys Lincolns are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in St. Marys, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Western division of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

History

Founded in 1956, the Lincolns have never missed a season. The team survived a rather revolutionary era in Ontario hockey. In 1964, they walked away from the old Western Ontario Junior B Hockey League and joined the Central Junior B Hockey League to avoid the eventual jumped the Western made to Junior A. The Lincolns joined the current Western Junior "B" league in 1969.

Behind the Waterloo Siskins, the Lincolns are the second oldest Junior "B" team in all of Ontario.

eason-by-Season Results

Sutherland Cup Appearances

:"1963": St. Marys Lincolns defeated Kingston Frontenacs "4-games-to-1":"1972": Markham Waxers defeated St. Marys Lincolns "4-games-to-1":"1976": St. Marys Lincolns defeated Collingwood Blues "4-games-to-3"

Noteable Alumni

* Don Luce
* J.P. Parise
* Terry Crisp
* Bob Boughner
* Dan Bylsma
* Jack Valiquette
* Steve Shields
* Nathan Perrott
* Lonnie Loach
* John Tripp
* Josh Gratton
* Mike Minard
* Scott Driscoll (Linesman)
* Steve Miller (Linesman)
* Bryan Hince

External links

* [http://www.lincolns.on.ca/ Lincolns Webpage]


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