McGeen, D’Agostino Headed To OJHL

Brendan D'Agostino

Brendan D’Agostino last season with the Chatham Maroons – Photo by Helen Heath/ Chatham Maroons

The Chatham Maroons will be without two of their biggest offensive threats when the 2017-2018 GOJHL season begins as Teddy McGeen and Brendan D’Agostino have both signed to play in the Junior A Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL).

McGeen, a Windsor product has spent parts of three seasons with the Chatham Maroons, and also played for the Blenheim Blades in 2014-2015.

McGeen has signed to play next season with the OJHL’s Wellington Dukes.

Last season, the 5’11”, 1997 born forward scored 13 goals and 33 assists in 26 games with the Maroons after returning from the BCHL’s Powell River Kings, where McGeen had 5 points in 24 games. He added 7 points in 9 playoff games.

Brendan D’Agostino, a Stoney Creek product only spent half of last season with the Chatham Maroons after being acquired from the GOJHL’s Thorold Blackhawks. He has signed to play with the OJHL’s Georgetown Raiders.

The 5’9″ 1998 born forward had 24 goals and 91 points split between Chatham and Thorold last year. He added 9 points in 8 playoff games for the Maroons. A draft pick of the OHL’s North Bay Battalion, D’Agostino previously played 12 games in the OJHL with the Oakville Blades.

The Maroons have already signed a group of forwards including Dane Johnston, Grant Spence, Austin Bentley, Alixe Saliba, and Eric Carter to help replace their graduating forwards.

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    Beeker 4 years

    King gone too, tough sleddin for the Roons this year.