Maroons look to stretch win streak to four games

Chatham Maroons goaltender Bryce Walcarius. (Photo by Matt Weverink)

The Chatham Maroons are heating up at just the right time.

The team, which has only put together back-to-back wins five times over the course of the season and only once since the middle of December, is now riding its first three-game win streak 2019-2020.

And with only seven games left in the regular season, there’s no time like the present for Chatham to start stringing together some victories.

If the Maroons are going to extend that streak to four (or five), they’ll have to do it by beating the Sarnia Legionnaires.

Sarnia will visit Chatham at Memorial Arena Sunday night for the first game of a home-and-home series between the two teams. Those meetings will also mark the last two times the teams face off against each other in the regular season.

Chatham owns its season series with Sarnia so far, winning three out of its four meetings against the Legionnaires.

You can hear Sunday’s game on-air on Country 92.9FM/ 630 AM CFCO or online by clicking here. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m.