Moncton Coliseum

Moncton Coliseum

Moncton is a city of about 65,000 people in New Brunswick, Canada.


  1. (AHL, 1982-1984) renamed Golden Flames
  2. (QMJHL, 1995-1996) renamed Wildcats
  1. (Nova Scotia Senior Hockey League, 1961-1962) renamed Hawks
  2. (Maritime Junior A Hockey League, 1968-1969) withdraw from league
  3. (New Brunswick Junior Hockey League, 1969-1981) renamed Hawks
  1. (Northern Senior Hockey League, 1931-1932) join MSHL
  2. (Maritime Senior Hockey League, 1932-1934) join MML
  3. (Maritime Merchatile League, 1934-1935) fold February 4
  4. (Maritime Senior Hockey League, 1946-1951) join MMHL
  5. (Maritime Major Hockey League, 1951-1952) join NBSHL
  6. (New Brunswick Senior Hockey League, 1952-1954) league renamed ACSHL
  7. (Atlantic Coast Senior Hockey League, 1954-1956)
  8. (Nova Scotia Senior Hockey League, 1962-1965) become an independent team
  9. Independent Team, 1965-1967)
  10. (Southeastern New Brunswick Hockey League, 1976-1979)
  11. (New Brunswick Junior Hockey League, 1981-1983) join Metro Valley Junior Hockey League
  12. (Metro Valley Junior Hockey League, 1983-1990) renamed Classics
  13. (AHL, 1987-1994) ceased operations
  1. (Interprovincial Professional Hockey League, 1910-1911) league becomes MPHL
  2. (Maritime Professional Hockey League, 1912-1913) folded

University teamEdit

Moncton Blue Eagles (New Brunswick Junior Hockey League, 1974-1977)


Moncton City League


Allan CupEdit

University CupEdit

Calder CupEdit



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