The Johnny’s Red Liners try not to be students of history as it seems to remind them of how to lose a winnable game and to force them to play that way. In their only matchup of the season, the Red Liners blew a three goal lead with five minutes left to play in the game. This resulted in a shootout and a tie. Liners upper management hoped to not repeat this by reminding players to play at the top of their game regardless of the...Read More
The 6-1 loss score appears lopsided but the game was much closer than that. For the first period, neither team could find the back of the net. The much higher ranked High Rollers were stymied multiple times and could not create a sustained attack. At the end of the period, the High Rollers were surprised by the outcome. Early in the second period, the Liners struck first on a breakaway by McClain would beat the Rollers goalie with his high...Read More
Coming off a tough tie against the Polar Vortex, the Heartland Red Liners met up with their oldest rival, the Whalers. It was a penalty filled game on both sides as frustration pervaded the Liners bench. The 8-0 loss ties for the most lopsided loss for these Red Liners (they lost 8-0 in their first game of the Spring 2014 season). The sign of things to come appeared very quickly in the game. The Whalers popped in a goal on their very first...Read More
Help us celebrate our GOLD MEDAL at the Gay Games Cleveland! Friday, the 22nd of August, the Chicago Gay Hockey Association will be hosting a fundraiser at Crew Bar + Grill (4804 N. Broadway). For only a $20 donation you can enjoy 50 cent Goose Island 312 from 8-11pm*! In addition to the beer and boys we will also be hosting a raffle with some GREAT PRIZES! - Booze! - Cash drawing - Crew/312 apparel - CGHA apparel *Drink special available...Read More
Johnny’s Red Liners Chop Butchers Union, 7-6, in Final Regular Season Game. Earn Trip to Dreamgirls Showing.
The Johnny’s Red Liners were coming off back to back losses and looking towards the playoffs. They were essentially playing for either the second or third seed. The reward for winning this game would be a first round bye and the time to watch “Dream Girls” in Millenium Park. Though the Butchers Union only had six skaters, they found well. The game would go back and forth but the Red Liners would eventually come out on top,...Read More