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The Kitchener Dutchmen would like to welcome the New Hamburg Firebirds as our new affiliate.

New Hamburg has a long history of a strong hockey and development program and we look forward to working with them to continue the success of both of our hockey clubs.

The Dutchmen continue to be proud affiliates of the Kitchener Rangers and Kitchener Minor Hockey Association.

The Kitchener Dutchmen would like to congratulate our players, Coaches and hockey operations staff for a successful season - While we did not achieve our ultimate goal of winning a Championship, we did finish in the Top 3 Regular Season AND made the Semi-finals for the THIRD year in a row!

A special thanks to our fans, sponsors and valuable volunteers for their support for the 2014-15 season.

Do it for Divo Fundraiser

Do it for Divo, Transplant Scheduled, Let's Pay it Forward

Let's pay it forward...  I know all of our prayers were first answered with the outpouring of the community who attended all the donor testing clinics and now, with the generosity of a stem cell match donor. The Divo family are now about to embark on the next phase of their journey.

JP will be admitted March 19th and transplanted on March 26th. He will be hospitalized for 5 to 6 weeks after the transplant (or longer). John and Fatima will be living in Hamilton during that time. As any parent can imagine, the last thing you want to be thinking (or stressing) about is paying the bills on a home, as well as the expenses of living in another city. Fatima left her job in November 2013 when JP was first diagnosed, followed by John Sr. taking a short-term leave once the cancer reoccurred.

So let's 'Do it for Divo' ...perhaps give up your morning Timmies for a week and donate $10.00… or give up that afternoon shopping spree at the mall and donate $25.00… or give up that family dinner out next week and donate $50.00.

Note from the Divo Family

“Our family is humbled by the tremendous love and support expressed towards JP and we continue to find strength in all your love, thoughts and prayers. Thank you so much”
JP, Fatima and John

Baden man with cancer finally gets stem cell match

February 20, 2015
Waterloo Region Record
By Johanna Weidner
BADEN - John Divo was sleeping when the call finally came.
His father and mother woke him with the good news — a match had been found for the stem cell transplant the 20-year-old Baden man urgently needs.
"We were all pretty happy," Divo said. "It's exciting to finally know that I'll be getting my life back soon."

Congrats to Dutchie’s selected for the
2014 All Star and Prospect Games
Played December 27, 2014 in Waterloo

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Leukemia sidelines hockey player’s return to rink
December 5, 2014

John Divo's  skates were sharpened.  His sticks were taped.  His No. 22 jersey was pressed. 

Divo felt great.  HIs hockey comeback with the junior Kitchener Dutchmen was a go.  Then, something else returned before the 20-year-old could.  His leukemia was back. 

The doctor's note allowing him to play hockey again was torn into meaningless shreds.  New testss showed abnormal cells.  The results were a cruel and abnormal punishment.  Continued...

Same Old Story

The Dutchmen go streaking again - this time nine straight - but can they keep it going?
Thursday, October 16, 2014
By Adam Jackson (Kitchener Post staff)

It’s all too familiar. The Kitchener Dutchmen are atop the standings and, like last season, the team is riding an impressive winning streak.

A 6-5 wild west win over the Guelph Hurricanes on Tuesday night at Kinsmen Arena was the ninth straight win by the Dutchmen, a team that knows the highs and lows of streaks perhaps a little too intimately.

The Dutchmen went on a Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League record-setting 25-game winning streak last year, ending just before Christmas last season.

While the streak may be eerily familiar, it is a much different team.


New Coach, New Team

Coaching carousel stops on Todd Hoffman, as he looks to get Dutchmen back on track this season
Friday, August 29, 2014
By Adam Jackson (Kitchener Post staff)

With a new skipper at the helm and changes-a-plenty, the Kitchener Dutchmen are set to look like a brand new team.

Todd Hoffman has taken the call as head coach of the Dutchies, returning to the position he last held for the 2009-2010 season.

Hoffman, the father of Ottawa Senators forward Mike Hoffman, says he originally stepped away from the position to mentor his son, but he now feels comfortable to take the position on full time.

"Everything worked out great for him,” said Hoffman. "When he was younger, he was looking for some guidance and wanted to make sure everything was lining up the way it should for him."


The Kitchener Dutchmen would like to thank...
 All of our fans and sponsors for their continued support during the year and also thank our players, staff and volunteers for working hard to bring us an exciting and successful year.

  • Several players won player of the month awards
  • Lowest penalty minutes in the GOJHL
  • Lowest goals against in the GOJHL
  • Five players named to the GOJHL All Star team and Coach Williams
  • Set the GOJHL record and tied the Jr B record for most consecutive wins at 25 – What a streak!
  • First place finish in the Midwest Conference
  • Several of the Dutchie players win Midwest Conference awards received at the annual league banquet at the end of the regular season.

We look forward to seeing everyone again next season.

Teens For Jeans - THANK YOU
...for supporting our efforts with the Teens for Jeans program, collecting denim to donate to local charities. Aeropostale team collected jeans at our hockey games on January 26 and January 28.

25 Games in a Row!  WAY TO GO!

On Friday the 13th in Stratford the Dutchies won their 25th game in a row setting the GOJHL record, matching the Jr B record set over 25 years ago

Kitchener Dutchmen 2013-14 All Stars

With a league leading 25 game win streak this season, the Kitchener Dutchmen have proven that they have their eyes on a Cup this year.  Playing nearly two months without a loss, and touting the lowest number of goals against in the GOJHL, the team has managed to impress in all aspects of the game, and they are being rewarded for it with 6 players getting the nod to play in the GOJHL All Star Game on Sunday, December 29, 2013.


Marc Williams has earned Midwestern Conference Goaltender of the Month honors two months in a row now, winning all 14 of the games he started in October and November.  Leading the league in shut outs, and going undefeated so far in overtime and shoot outs, Williams has defined himself as a top goaltender in Jr. B hockey and will be partnering Caledonia’s Colin Furlong on Team Vaive at the All Star Game.

John Divo is having a breakout year with the Dutchmen, having nearly matched his entire offensive totals from last season already.  The large defender picked up Defenseman of the Month this October and has proven himself as an offensive defenseman, leading all Kitchener blue liners in points so far. This is Divo’s first year representing his team at the All Star Game.

Clayton Greer is the Dutchmen’s only roster member to have won the Sutherland Cup, and since joining the team from Elmira last season has been one of Kitchener’s top defenseman. A key component of the team’s power play and clear leader on the ice, Greer can be counted on to put points on the board and while remaining one of the best defensive players in the league.

Keli Grant is the only Dutchmen player who played in last year’s All Star game, where he picked up two assists in his team’s 7-5 victory. Keli is once again leading Kitchener in scoring, and is on top of the GOJHL leaderboard as well with 4 game winning goals, and 15 multipoint games to date.  Grant has nearly a goal a game, and is well on his way to surpassing his point total from last season.

Brett Clampitt has picked up his point production as Captain of the Kitchener Dutchmen, having nearly matched last year’s totals already.  Brett has scored 4 game winning goals so far this season, also picking up points on the power play and penalty kill. Clampitt currently leads his team in assists, and will be competing in his first GOJHL All Star Game in final year of Jr. B hockey.

Keegan Calder is also competing in his first GOJHL All Star Game in his fourth year with the Kitchener Dutchmen. One of the hardest working players at both ends of the ice, Keegan's speed and natural hockey sense often lead to scoring chances.

Congrats to the Kitchener Dutchmen October Conference
Players of the Month Award Winners

Player of the Month
Keli Grant

Top Goaltender
Marc Williams

Top Defenseman
John Divo

Selected as Player of the Month for October 2013.  A sizzling 10 goals and 6 assists in 8 games.

Selected as Goaltender of the Month for October 2013.  Marc back stopped at a 95.39 save percentage and 1.4 GAA.  He already has 3 shut-outs this season.

Selected as Defenseman of the Month for October 2013.  With a goal and 6 assists in October, John added to his strong offensive output from the back end.

The 3 Player of the Month Award Winners would like to thank their Dutchie teammates for their help
in making each of the players months a big success!

Kitchener Dutchmen Hockey Club - June 23, 2013 Press Release
Head Coach for 2013 - 2014 Season

The Kitchener Dutchmen are pleased to announce that Dave Williams has been retained as Head Coach for 2013 - 2014 season.  Dave brings many years of coaching experience and success to the Dutchmen organization including previous Jr. B Finals appearances and a 2005 Cherrey Cup Championship.  Dave also has several years at the CIS level with WLU.

Brad Lund will be continuing as General Manager and Director of Hockey Operations.

For information or enquiries please contact Brad Lund via email, bradlundgm@gmail.com or 519-572-1233.

Kitchener Jr. B Dutchmen Hockey Team
Building partnerships is the theme that characterized the past year for the Kitchener Jr. B Dutchmen.  In an effort to move out of the shadow of the OHL Kitchener Rangers, the Dutchmen began the year by asking how they could be more involved in the community.  This led them into many outreach activities that included a successful Movember campaign supporting Prostate Cancer Awareness.  Zehrs Markets, one of the team's sponsors provided space for this initiative.

As Christmas approached the Dutchmen worked alongside rivals to support the Salvation Army Toy Drive and then helped pack hampers at the Salvation Army warehouse.  The new year saw team members barbequing on a cold January day to raise money for the PC Children's Charity.  Partnering with Aeropostale, the Dutchmen ran a Teens for Jeans campaign.  In only three games seventy nine pairs of jeans were donated on behalf of the Dutchmen, a proud accomplishment, as their team brought in the most donations to that date.  In addition to this volunteer work in the community, the Dutchmen opened their dressing room and their hearts to KMHA Pre-Tyke players.  They provided dressing room visits, post-game meetings and mentoring to these young players.  The beneficiaries of their efforts have been many, not the least of whom are themselves.  Building cooperation and team spirit off the ice has improved their game, while raising their profile in the community by providing examples of community spirit, team work and good sportsmanship.

It is an honour for the Awards of Excellence Committee to present the Kitchener Jr. B. Dutchmen, its coaches, players, supporters and many volunteers the Team Category Award in recognition of their commitment to excellence in sport, their many community initiatives and their willingness to mentor young hockey players.

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Email: bradlundgm@gmail.com for more information.

Experience Junior B Hockey
Kitchener Dutchmen 2014-2015

Come out and watch the top KMHA graduates play junior hockey!
Game Time: Tuesday @ 7pm
and Sunday afternoon

Have your team play
at a Kitchener Dutchmen game!
Admission is FREE for the players and coaches!

Special Game Day Pricing
Parent: $8.00
Additional Child: $2.00
Family of 4: $15.00

Tickets pre-ordered by team only
Brad Lund

Email: bradlundgm@gmail.com
Phone: 519-741-6055