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Fredericton Express
Fredericton express logo
City: Fredericton, New Brunswick
League: American Hockey League
Operated: 1981 to 1988
Home Arena: Aitken Centre
Affiliates: Quebec Nordiques
Vancouver Canucks
Franchise history
1981 to 1988: Fredericton Express
1988 to 1993: Halifax Citadels
1993 to 1996: Cornwall Aces
1999 to Present: Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Championships
Division Championships: two: (1982–83, 1983–84)

The Fredericton Express were a professional team based in Fredericton, New Brunswick. They played in the American Hockey League between 1981 and 1988. The Express were affiliated with the Québec Nordiques and Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. Home games were played at the Aitken Centre on the University of New Brunswick campus.

In 1988, the Express played in the Calder Cup Finals, where they lost to the Hershey Bears. During the summer of that year, they moved to become the Halifax Citadels.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Season Games WonLostTiedOTLPoints Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1981–82 802055 5 452754085th, North
1982–83 804527 8 983482841st, North
1983–84 804530 5 953402621st, North
1984–85 803636 8 802793012nd, North
1985–86 803537 8 783193114th, North
1986–87 803243 5 692923576th, North
1987–88 804227 8 3 953703182nd, North

PlayoffsEdit

Season1st round2nd roundFinals
1981–82 Out of Playoffs
1982–83 W, 4–2, Adirondack L, 2–4, Maine
1983–84 L, 3–4, Nova Scotia
1984–85 L, 2–4, Sherbrooke
1985–86 L, 2–4, Adirondack
1986–87 Out of Playoffs
1987–88 W, 4–2, Sherbrooke W, 4–1, Maine L, 0–4, Hershey


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