Join us from August 14 through 19th for the CGHA Rush Week! On Saturday 19th at 8pm, the CGHA will be hosting a once in a lifetime event, a drag beauty pageant at Mary's Attic (5400 N. Clark Street)! Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

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Current Red Liners Schedules

Spring-Summer 2017. Click on the league name for more info.

Johnny’s Adult League
  • Next Game: JIH West Red Liners vs.Hyannisport
    Time: September 30, 2017, 10:50 pm
    Location:
    Price: Free!

Schedule and Stats (via Pointstreak)

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Heartland Novice Hockey League
  • Next Game: AH Red Liners vs. Whalers at American Heartland Ice Arena
    Time: September 25, 2017, 10:20 pm
    Location: American Heartland Ice Arena
    Price: Free!

Schedule and Standings (via Google Docs)

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"4th seeded McFet Red Liners Cook 5th seeded Goose Island in Thrilling 4-3 OT Shootout Win. Moves to the SemiFinals."

You never know what happens in playoff hockey including adult rec league. Teams seem to bring out all of their players for these important games as the Red Liners are no difference. But this presents a challenge with creating line combinations that may not have been seen in the past.

Being the favorites, the Red Liners came out quickly to challenge Goose Island but the Island netminder kept all the pucks out of the net. With their growing confidence, Goose scored first early in the first period off a prolonged shooting gallery at Blakey, the Liners' goalie. But the Liners would turn up the pressure in the second period as they scored 3 unanswered goals: Fogey's trickey five hole wrister, Le Fever's rainbow shot that fooled everyone, and Chucky's snapshot off a scramble in front of the net.

Goose would tie up the score off back to back goals in the third period. Most of the third period would be played without the captain, Le Fever, because of a shoulder injury. The shorter bench tried to hold back the offensive onslaught from Goose Island and killed a late period penalty. At the buzzer, both teams were tied. On the 3 man shoot, Blakey would remain perfect and not allow a single goal. This left the Red Liners to only have 2 shooters with Fogey scoring the game winner.

With the win, the Red Liners will be playing the winner of the 1st seeded Chitown Boozers vs 8th seeded Los Dinosaurs next week in the Wales Conference Semifinals.
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Game #1000!

Season Opener for Heartland Red Liners against Fighting Sue
Tonight, American Heartland Ice Arena at 10pm.

On September 16, 2002, the CGHA began with its first game at Glacier Ice Arena where they lost 9-3. Fifteen years later (and three Chicago Blackhawk Stanley Cups!), the CGHA Red Liners take on ice for their 1000th game as they try to make it back to back to back wins after the Johnny's Red Liners beat the Sharks, 7-1, and the McFet Liners defeated the Strangers by the same 7-1.
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Scott AngoveCongrats, CGHA from Butchers Union Hockey! You've been been great opponents on the ice and great nonprofit collaborators off. Love everything you do!

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