Greater Ontario
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Chatham Maroons
Lambton Shores
LaSalle Vipers
Leamington Flyers
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Sarnia Legionnaires
St. Marys Lincolns
St. Thomas Stars
Strathroy Rockets

Golden Horseshoe Conference

Buffalo Blades
Fort Erie Meteors
Niagara Falls Canucks
Port Colborne Pirates
St. Catharines Falcons
Stoney Creek Warriors
Thorold Blackhawks
Welland Jr. Canadians

Mid-Western Conference

Brantford Eagles
Cambridge Winterhawks
Elmira Sugar Kings
Guelph Hurricanes
Kitchener Dutchmen
Listowel Cyclones
Owen Sound Greys
Stratford Cullitons
Waterloo Siskins

The St Marys Lincolns play in the Western Conference of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League. Their home arena is the Pyramid Centre, 317 James St. S., St Marys, Ontario, Canada.

The team's first season was in 1956 and they are now the second oldest Junior "B" team in Ontario.

The Lincolns alumni includes several former NHL players such as Jean Paul Parise, Terry Crisp, Don Luce, and Bob Boughner.

The St Marys Lincolns are committed to developing young men for their next level of hockey and the next level in their lives. As as a community based team it strives to prepare its players to work with each other on and off the ice. It provides an atmosphere for all the players to have the opportunity to develop academically, to become a better athlete, to provide leadership and success type skills.

The Lincolns wish to provide a high level of entertainment, with along a high level of skill and competitiveness, sportsmanship and a continual winning tradition from year to year. The St Marys Lincolns believe that success is achieved with hard work, commitment and dedication.

2011-2012 Ticket Prices:
Adult: $9; Students (11-18) and Seniors (60 +): $6; Children: $4
 


The Sutherland Cup was first presented in 1934 and served as the interleague provincial Junior "B" championship. It is now the championship trophy of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

The St Marys Lincolns won the Sutherland Cup in 1963 and 1976.

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