Grant Spence Headed to OJHL’s North York Rangers

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Grant Spence, seen here this season with the Chatham Maroons, will move to the OJHL this season – Photo by Kelsey Vermeersch/

After signing several new players, the Chatham Maroons will be without one of their top local talents from last season, as Grant Spence has committed to play for the OJHL’s North York Rangers.

The 6’2″ forward scored 18 goals and 41 points in 50 games for the Chatham Maroons last season in his rookie season.

“I chose to move to North York because they have an elite program and have produced a lot of college commits,” explained Spence of his decision to change leagues and teams.

“They had 6 commits last season alone. I decided I needed to jump from Junior B to Junior A so I can have some more exposure from schools and Major Junior teams.”

A Chatham-Kent Cyclones alumni, Spence was an 8th round selection of the OHL’s Oshawa Generals in 2016. He will attend Generals camp this year as well.

He is following the path of another former Chatham Maroons standout, Ross Krieger who will be entering his third season in the OJHL with North York.

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    Good luck