This article is about the International Junior Hockey League team. For the professional team of the same name that played in the 1970's, please see the Cape Cod Cubs.

Cape Cod Cubs
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City: Flag of Massachusetts Hyannis, Massachusetts
League: IJHL Super Elite
Division: New England
Founded: 2008
Home Arena: Hyannis Youth and Community Center
Colors: Sky Blue, Midnight Blue, and White


Owner(s): Scott MacPherson, Paul Stewart, and Jack Riley
General Manager: Glenn Carey
Head Coach: Dan Hodge
Franchise history
2008–present: Cape Cod Cubs

The Cape Cod Cubs are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Hyannis, Massachusetts.[1] They are a member of the International Junior Hockey League and play in the New England Division of IJHL's Super Elite League.[2] The team plays at the new 1,500-seat Hyannis Youth and Community Center (HYCC).[3]


The team traces its roots back to the minor professional team, Cape Cod Cubs, that played in the region during the 1970s.[4] The current Cubs were founded in 2008 and joined the IJHL for the 2009-2010 season.[5] In their inaugural season the team finished first in the IJHL Super Elite League and won the IJHL Playoff Championship.


Regular season recordsEdit

Season GP W L T PTS GF GA Finish
2009-10 45 37 4 4 78 250 126 1st Super Elite[6]

Playoff recordsEdit

Season GP W L GF GA Finish
2010 2 2 0 14 10 Super Elite Champions


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