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Halton Ravens
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City: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
League: Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League
Founded: 2013
Home Arena: Wave Twin Rinks
Owner(s): Flamborough Residences
Brian O’Neill and David M. Coleman
General Manager: Dave Coleman
Head Coach: Dane O'Neill (2015-16)
Franchise history
2013-2016: Halton Ravens
2016-Present: St. George Ravens

The Halton Ravens were a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Burlington, Ontario Canada. The team relocated to St. George, Ontario and were renamed the St. George Ravens for the 2016-17 season. They play in the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League.


Originally announced as the Cyclones, the Halton Ravens joined the GMHL in the Spring of 2013.[1]

On September 5, 2013, the Ravens played their first game in team history, at home, against the defending league champion Bradford Rattlers. The Ravens would lose the game 6-1. Brett Lee scored the first goal in franchise history at 6:47 of the second period.[2]

On September 15, 2013, the Ravens won their first ever franchise game, at home, versus the Powassan Eagles. The final score was 7-4, with Adam Ostermeier scoring the game winner halfway through the third. Mike Calouri made 29 saves for the win.[3]

Logo as Halton Ravens 2013-2016

Season-by-season standings

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
2013-14 42 20 21 - 1 178 176 41 12th of 20 GMHL Lost Division Quarter-final, 3-0 (Blue Ice Jets)
2014-15 42 29 12 - 1 275 174 59 2nd of 12 S Div
8th of 22 GMHL
Won Division Semifinal, 3-1 (Whalers)
Won Division Finals, 3-2 (Steam)
Lost League Semifinals, 4-3 (Titans)
2015-16 42 29 11 0 2 218 152 60 3rd of 10 S Div
10th of 30 GMHL
Won Div. Quarterfinals, 3-0 (Predators)
Won Div. Semifinals, 3-2 (Attack)
Lost Div. Finals, 4-0 (Kings)


  1. Burlington home to new GMHL junior hockey team. (2013-05-17). Retrieved on 2015-08-19.
  2. Game information. Retrieved on 2015-08-19.
  3. Game information. Retrieved on 2015-08-19.

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