Few teams in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League can boast of 51 players being drafted by NHL teams. Twenty-six of those players became members of various National Hockey League teams, and most recently former Wildcat Brad Marchand brought home the Stanley Cup playing for the Boston Bruins in a 7-game series over the Vancouver Canucks. That is the outstanding record of the Moncton Wildcats.
Robert K. Irving is a passionate, committed owner who has experienced success in every aspect of his business. His goal is to have the Wildcats crowned Memorial Cup champions and finishing in the runner-up position in 2006 only increased his desire to make his team the best in Canada. Mr. Irving’s dream will soon become reality.
In 2006-2007, the rebuilding Wildcats finished with 85 points; the fifth consecutive season they have reached the 80 point plateau. The team far exceeded expectations with its third place finish in the Eastern Division of the “Q” and fourth place position in overall League standings.
Led by experienced Head Coach Danny Flynn, the Moncton franchise is poised to be a dominant team in Canadian Major Junior Hockey in the coming years.
For young hockey players who dream of success, the Moncton Wildcats are the team that will allow that dream to become reality. As a member of the Wildcats you will become part of an organization that knows “how to train,” “how to learn”, and “how to win.”
Your dream of reaching your potential will be enhanced with full media coverage. The Wildcats have extensive print coverage in both English and French, radio coverage with Rogers News 91.9 carrying all games, and daily reports by the other radio outlets in the Moncton market, worldwide exposure via the internet and television game coverage by both CTV, Radio Canada and Rogers.
Your education will be provided by one of the best programs in the QMJHL and your billet will truly be your home away from home.
Come and share the passion of an owner whose dream of success is “to bring the Memorial Cup to Moncton.”
Make your dream your success – join the Moncton Wildcats, where home is Cat Country!