Hockey New Brunswick awards Female U18 AAA Franchises

Hockey New Brunswick is pleased to announce that three U18 AAA Female franchises have been awarded for entry into Maritime Major U18 Female Hockey League. Hockey New Brunswick completed a thorough bid selection process and met with all of applicants before awarding of the franchises.

The franchises are as follows:

Zone A (West)

U18 AAA TNT Western Flames

President – Trudy Stiles

Home Arena – Fredericton

Zone B (South)

Fundy Kraken 

President – Anne Corrigan 

Home Arena – Quispamsis 

Zone C (East)

U18 Rockets Hockey Club 

President – Pierre Nadeau

Home Arena – Moncton

We are extremely pleased with the three franchises that were selected. Each of the franchises have individuals involved with not only extensive experience and knowledge of elite level programming, but also of how to further the advancement of the female game. It’s a great step forward for the continued development of our province’s female players. We look forward to the success of each program moving forward” 

-          Jen Tower, Female Commissioner for Hockey New Brunswick.

All three teams will participate in the Maritime Major U18 Female Hockey League (MMFHL), along with four Nova Scotia teams (Northern Subway Selects, Halifax Western Capitals, Bussey Penguins and Cape Breton Lynx). The three NB teams will compete annually in a provincial championship. The winner will compete regional to determine an Atlantic representative in the ESSO Cup Championships to crown a national champion.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Brogan Bailey
Director of High Performance & Events, Hockey New Brunswick
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2022 Hockey Development Festival participants

The following players have been selected to participate in the Hockey Development Festival which will take place this July and August at the University of New Brunswick. 

U16 Female

U14 Male
U15 Male
U16 Male

The players selected were the top-ranked participants in the HNB Cup which took place April 22-24 in Fredericton.   

Congratulations to all those moving on to the Hockey Development Festival! 

Brogan Bailey - Director of High Performance & Events

 

Congratulations to Stéphanie Bourque (Moncton, NB)

Congratulations to Stéphanie Bourque (Moncton, NB) who has been selected to attend the Canada National Women’s Under 18 team selection camp in Calgary, AB.

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Dieppe Flyers claim U15 AAA Atlantic Championship

Quispamsis, NB – The Dieppe Flyers (HNB) have won the 2022 U15 AAA Atlantic Championship with a 5-4 overtime win over the KV Kings (Host).

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In the Bronze Medal Game the Eastern Express won 3-2 over the Tri-Com Thunder (HNL).

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At the conclusion of the Bronze and Gold Medal games the tournament award winners were announced:

Tournament MVP: Chase Kerr (KV Kings)

Top Scorer: Chase Kerr (KV Kings)

Top Forward: Nathan Weber (Dieppe Flyers)

Top Defenseman: Connor Sturgeon (Dieppe Flyers)

Top Goalie: Hudson Bradley (Eastern Express)

For more information including game summaries and statistics, visit the official tournament website: https://u15-male.atlanticaaahockey.ca

For more information, please contact:

Brogan Bailey
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Under 15 AAA Atlantic Championships to be held in Quispamsis, NB

Quispamsis, NB - The 2022 Under 15 AAA Atlantic Championships are set to begin May 5th in Quispamsis, NB. The event will feature Provincial Champions from Hockey New Brunswick, Hockey Nova Scotia, Hockey Prince Edward Island, Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador and the host, KV Kings.

The following teams will be competing in the event:

Host: KV Kings

Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador: Tri-Com Thunder

Hockey New Brunswick: Dieppe Flyers

Hockey Nova Scotia:  The Rangers

Hockey Prince Edward Island: Eastern Express

Tournament Schedule

Thursday, May 5th                              

1:00 pm           Dieppe Flyers vs Tri-Com Thunder

4:00 pm           Eastern Express vs The Rangers

7:15 pm           Opening Ceremonies

7:30 pm           Tri-Com Thunder vs KV Kings

Friday, May 6th                                  

10:00 am         The Rangers vs Dieppe Flyers

1:00 pm           KV Kings vs Eastern Express

4:00 pm           The Rangers vs Tri-Com Thunder

7:00 pm           Dieppe Flyers vs KV Kings

Saturday, May 7th                             

9:00 am           Tri-Com Thunder vs Eastern Express

12:00 pm         KV Kings vs The Rangers

3:00 pm           Eastern Express vs Dieppe Flyers

Sunday, May 8th                                

9:00 am           Bronze Medal Game

12:00 pm         Gold Medal Game

To view the rosters, standings and statistics visit the event website: https://u15-male.atlanticaaahockey.ca/

All games will be streamed on AOTV:  https://www.aotv.ca/en/u15-aaa-atlantics.2067

For more information, please contact:

Brogan Bailey
Hockey New Brunswick, Director of High Performance and Events
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Kent Koyotes claim Don Johnson Memorial Cup

Cocagne, NB – The Kent Koyotes (Host) have won the 2022 Don Johnson Memorial Cup with a 5-4 win over the Moncton Vito’s (HNB).

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On Saturday morning the tournament awards were presented:

Tournament MVP: Alex Melanson (Moncton Vito’s)

Most Sportsmanlike: Noah Harty (Mount Pearl Blades)

Tournament all-star team:

Goalie: Cody Maceachern (Antigoish Bulldogs)

Defense: Ryan McLellan (Antigonish Bulldogs), Francis Robere (Kent Koyotes)

Forwards: Nick French (Mount Pearl Blades), Alex Melanson (Moncton Vito’s), Miguel Richard (Kent Koyotes)

For more information including game summaries and statistics, visit the official tournament website: www.djcup.ca.

For more information, please contact:

Nic Jansen
Hockey New Brunswick, Executive Director
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