Mark Davis Gone From Chatham Maroons

Chatham Maroons and Mark Davis Reportedly Cut Ties

The Chatham Maroons have reportedly cut ties with head coach and general manager Mark Davis. Details related to Davis’ exit from the Maroons organization were not immediately available.Although they asked not to be named, CKSN received confirmation from three sources, both close to the Maroons, and from within the organization Monday afternoon stating Davis was no longer with the team.

Davis was hired by the Chatham Maroons in 2013 after Bill Bowler left the team. This was Davis’ second stint with the Maroons in the past decade. He coached the team to the Western Conference final last season, and also in 2006.

Davis is also currently listed as a scout for the OHL’s North Bay Battalion.

Prior to his time with the Chatham Maroons, Mark Davis was the head coach of the GOJHL’s Lambton Shores Predators, and previously, the Wallaceburg Lakers.

Davis has multiple Junior B titles with Petrolia and Sarnia, and C championships with Wallaceburg and Mooretown to his name, and also coached professionally with the Motor City Mechanics. At the minor hockey level, Davis coached the Wallaceburg Midgets to an OMHA and SilverStick championship.

The Chatham Maroons were climbing up the GOJHL Western Conference’s standings at the time of Davis’ departure from the team, currently sitting in third, only one point behind the Sarnia Legionnaires in the Western Conference, with a 16-6-1.

CKSN will continue to follow this story and provide additional details, and a public comment from the Chatham Maroons organization as information is released.

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