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List of ice hockey teams in New Brunswick

The following is a list of ice hockey teams in New Brunswick, past and present. It includes the league(s) they play for, and championships won.

Minor Professional

American Hockey League

Team City Existed Calder Cups Notes
Fredericton Express Fredericton 1981–88 0 Became the Halifax Citadels in 1988
Fredericton Canadiens Fredericton 1990–99 0 Became the Quebec Citadelles in 1999
Moncton Hawks Moncton 1978–94 1 Also known as New Brunswick Hawks, Moncton Alpines and Moncton Golden Flames during their tenure
Saint John Flames Saint John 1993–2003 1 Became Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights in 2005


Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Team City Established President's Cups Memorial Cups Notes
Acadie-Bathurst Titan Bathurst 1998 1 0 Founded in 1972 as the Rosemont National
Moncton Wildcats Moncton 1995 2 0 Known in their first year as the Moncton Alpines
Saint John Sea Dogs Saint John 2005 2 1

Maritime Junior A Hockey League

Team City Established League titles Fred Page Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Miramichi Timberwolves Miramichi 2000 0 0 0
Dieppe Commandos Dieppe 1983 2 1 0 Formerly known as the Moncton Beavers.
Campbellton Tigers Campbellton 1996 1 0 0 Founded as Campbellton Tigers, later Restigouche River Rats, later reverted to Campbellton Tigers.
Woodstock Slammers Woodstock 2003 1 1 0 Formerly known as the Subway Slammers, Junior B
County Aces St. Stephen 2014 0 0 0

Junior C Hockey Leagues

League Region Established Don Johnson Cups Notes
Ligue Junior CC Bas St-Laurent 506 du Madawaska 2005 2 5th place 2007

Semi-professional, senior and amateur


Team City Existed League titles Allan Cups Notes
Sackville Combines Sackville ???? 2 0 Website - At least two league titles have been won. 1989-90 and in 1998-1999. The team has existed in one form or another dating to at least the 1970s. It likely pre-dates the 70's.
St. Stephen Sea Hawks St. Stephen 1997 0 0 0
Saint John Blackhawks Saint John 2004 0 0 0
Grand Lake Thrashers Grand Lake ???? 0 0 0
Blacks Harbour Silverkings Blacks Harbour 2000 0 0 0
River Valley Rock 2000 0 0 0
Cap-Pele Pecheurs Cap-Pele ???? 0 0 0
Bas-Madawaska Draveurs St-Léonard 1998 1 0 0
Grand-Sault Cataractes Grand-Sault 1991 7 0 0
Haut-Madawaska Pantheres St-Francois de Madawaska 1991 0 0 0
Perth-Andover River Valley Thunder Perth-Andover 1997 0 0 Known as the Perth Andover Rapids, then the River Valley Thunder
Saint-Basile As Saint-Basile 1991–2007, 2008-Present 6 0 0
Saint-Quentin Castors Saint-Quentin 1991 1 0 0
Saint-Jacques Ambassadeurs Saint-Jacques 1991 2 0 0


Team City Established Conference titles University Cups Women's Titles[1] Notes
Moncton Aigles Bleu Moncton ???? 11 4 0
Mount Allison Mounties Sackville ???? 6 0 0 Has not played CIS men's hockey since 1997, only women's hockey
St. Thomas Tommies Fredericton ???? 2 0 0
UNB Varsity Reds Fredericton ???? 9 5 0 Has not played CIS women's hockey since 2008, only men's hockey[2]

League, regional and national championships

Championship Times won Description
Calder Cup 2 American Hockey League champion
President's Cup 5 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League champion
Memorial Cup 1 Canadian Major-Junior national champion
Allan Cup 3 Canadian senior national champion
Fred Page Cup 2 Eastern Canada Junior "A" regional championship
Royal Bank Cup 0 Canadian Junior "A" national champion
Don Johnson Cup 3 Atlantic Canada Junior B champion
Maritime-Hockey North Championship 2 Regional Junior "C" Champion
University Cup 9 CIS national men's university champion
Gerald-Martin Cup 16 Roger-Lizotte Senior Hockey League champion

See also


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