|City:||New Tecumseth, Ontario|
|League:||Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Tottenham and Community Fitness Centre|
|Colors:||Black, Gray and White|
|Head Coach:||Derek Robinson|
The Tottenham Steam joined the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League]] (GMHL) in 2014. Their first general manager and head coach was Ryan Wood. The Steam played their first game, at home, on September 6, 2014. Hosting the Russell Cup champions Bradford Bulls, winning 7–5. The first goal in team history was scored by Brian Rupp after 3:44 into the first period.
Shortly after winning their first Russell Cup championship in 2016, the Tottenham Steam gained new owners in the DaSilva family. Cup-winning coach Ryan Wood left the team to take the same positions with the New Tecumseth Civics. The DaSilva's initially brought in Johan Moell as general manager and Jim Aldred as head coach for the 2016–17 season but would instead hire former NHL All-Star Dennis Maruk as head coach. However, Maruk had to take a leave of absence midseason and was replaced by Brandon Billie. For the 2017–18 season, the Steam brought in Matt Hamilton as head coach and general manager after previously coaching the Bradford Rattlers. The team would be renamed the Tottenham Thunder prior to the 2020-21 season.
|Season||GP||W||L||OL||GF||GA||Pts||Regular Season Finish||Playoffs|
|2014–15||42||37||5||0||332||129||74||1st South-Central Div.||Lost Quarterfinals|
|2015–16||42||41||1||0||351||81||82||1st Central Div.||Won Championship|
|2016–17||42||11||28||3||161||303||25||9th South Div.||ost 8th Place Qualifier Game|
|2017–18||42||13||27||2||184||267||28||11th South Div.||Lost 1st Rd. Qualifier Game|
|2018–19||42||14||23||5||164||229||33||10th South Div.||Lost Div. Quarter-finals|
|2019–20||42||9||30||3||135||278||21||9th South Div.||Lost Preliminary Round|
|2020-21||2||0||2||0||5||19||0||N/A||League unable to complete season|
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