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|City||Burlington, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League|
|Home arena||Wave Twin Rinks|
Brian O’Neill and David M. Coleman
|General manager||Dave Coleman|
|Head coach||Dane O'Neill (2015-16)|
|2016-Present||St. George Ravens|
The Halton Ravens were a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Burlington, Ontario Canada. The team relocated to St. George, Ontario and were renamed the St. George Ravens for the 2016-17 season. They play in the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League.
Originally announced as the Cyclones, the Halton Ravens joined the GMHL in the Spring of 2013.
On September 5, 2013, the Ravens played their first game in team history, at home, against the defending league champion Bradford Rattlers. The Ravens would lose the game 6-1. Brett Lee scored the first goal in franchise history at 6:47 of the second period.
On September 15, 2013, the Ravens won their first ever franchise game, at home, versus the Powassan Eagles. The final score was 7-4, with Adam Ostermeier scoring the game winner halfway through the third. Mike Calouri made 29 saves for the win.
|2013-14||42||20||21||-||1||178||176||41||12th of 20 GMHL||Lost Division Quarter-final, 3-0 (Blue Ice Jets)|
|2014-15||42||29||12||-||1||275||174||59||2nd of 12 S Div|
8th of 22 GMHL
|Won Division Semifinal, 3-1 (Whalers)|
Won Division Finals, 3-2 (Steam)
Lost League Semifinals, 4-3 (Titans)
|2015-16||42||29||11||0||2||218||152||60||3rd of 10 S Div|
10th of 30 GMHL
|Won Div. Quarterfinals, 3-0 (Predators)|
Won Div. Semifinals, 3-2 (Attack)
Lost Div. Finals, 4-0 (Kings)
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