A showcase & celebration

The Elgin Middlesex Chiefs are kicking off their 25th anniversary season in style, starting off with a huge weekend in September that will feature the Alliance AAA Bantam Showcase Tournament September 15-17 and an OHL Exhibition game between the London Knights and Erie Otters on Saturday, September 16 at 7:00 pm.


Alliance AAA Bantam Showcase

Games begin Friday, September 15 at 5:15pm, as the host Elgin Middlesex Chiefs will take on the Hamilton Huskies at the Komoko Wellness and Recreation Centre. Games will continue through to Sunday with no entry fee to watch. The Showcase will have all Alliance AAA teams participating, including the Cambridge Hawks, Brantford 99ers, Chatham Cyclones, Huron Perth Lakers, Lambton Jr. Sting, Waterloo Wolves, Sun County Panthers, Kitchener Jr. Rangers, Windsor Jr. Spitfires, Hamilton Huskies, London Jr. Knights, and the host Elgin Middlesex Chiefs. A full schedule can be found at alliancehockey.com.

OHL Action: London Knights vs. Erie Otters

Tickets are now on sale for the OHL game between the London Knights and Erie Otters on September 16 at 7:00pm. There will be a post-game autograph session, intermission promotions, vendors, a 50/50 draw, licensed blueline club, prizes, giveaways and more. General Admission tickets are $20 and VIP tickets are available for $25. For tickets, email karendasilva@hotmail.com.

Chiefs Day 2017

The tradition continues with Chiefs Day 2017. Every year the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs honour the organization by celebrating everything Chiefs.

“Chief pride is something that our organization holds in very high regard,” said Karen DaSilva, the director of fundraising for the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs. “We honour our past players, coaches, parents and executives for all that they have done, and we celebrate the current teams, coaches, executive and parents by continuing the tradition of Chiefs Day.”

Chiefs Day 2017 will be held Saturday, October 28 and will feature many vendors, prizes, raffles, a BBQ, and much more!


Submitted by Elgin Middlesex Chiefs