Moncton Hawks
City: Moncton, New Brunswick
League: American Hockey League
Operated: 1987–1994
Home Arena: Moncton Coliseum
Affiliates: Winnipeg Jets
Franchise history
1971–1974: Boston Braves
1987–1994: Moncton Hawks

The Moncton Hawks were a professional ice hockey team based in Moncton, New Brunswick. They played in the American Hockey League between 1987 and 1994 operated as a minor league affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets. Home games were played at the Moncton Coliseum. Previously. Moncton was home to the New Brunswick Hawks, Moncton Alpines, and as the Moncton Golden Flames.


In 1987 the Winnipeg Jets took over the Boston Braves franchise rights from the Boston Bruins. The team operated for seven seasons, never finishing higher than third place in the division. The Hawks made the playoffs four of their first six years in the league, reaching the second round of the playoffs three of those years. The seventh season would be their most successful, and featured a new logo for 1993–94. The Hawks finished the regular season third place in the Atlantic Division, but eliminated two higher-seeded division foes before losing to the Portland Pirates in the Calder Cup finals.

In 1995, the Moncton Alpines of the QMJHL filled the void in the market that was left after the Hawks folded. That team later became the Moncton Wildcats.


Multiple seasons in parentheses.

  • 1987–89 - Rick Bowness (2)
  • 1989–92 - Dave Farrish (3)
  • 1992–93 - Rob Laird
  • 1993–94 - Charlie Bourgeois

Season-by-Season ResultsEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Season Games WonLostTiedOTLPoints Goals
1987–88 802743 8 2 642863586th, North
1988–89 803734 9 833203133rd, North
1989–90 803342 5 712653036th, North
1990–91 80363212 842702673rd, North
1991–92 80323810 742852994th, Atlantic
1992–93 80313316 782923064th, Atlantic
1993–94 803736 7 813103033rd, Atlantic


Season1st Round2nd Round3rd RoundFinals
1987–88 Out of playoffs
1988–89 W, 4-0, Halifax L, 2-4, New Haven
1989–90 Out of playoffs
1990–91 W, 4-0, Cape Breton L, 1-4, Springfield
1991–92 W, 4-3, Fredericton L, 0-4, St. John's
1992–93 L, 1-4, St. John's
1993–94 W, 4-3, Saint John W, 4-2, St. John's W, 2-0, Cornwall L, 2-4, Portland

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