1987–1988 Campbellton Tigers
The Campbellton Tigers became the first team to win three Hardy Cup championships, emblematic of Canadian intermediate A and Senior AA hockey supremacy. Playing in the competitive New Brunswick Senior Hockey League, the Tigers finished first in the regular season with 18 wins and two ties in 28 games. On road to the final, they swept three of four playoff series with an amazing 20 wins and two losses, culminating with sweeping the Quesnel Kangaroos in the national final. A hallmark of the Tigers was strong team spirit, which won them the hearts of their hometown. Inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 8, 2013
Winners of the Hardy Cup with a playoff record of 20 wins and 2 loses.
Only team in Canada to win three Hardy Cup championships.
Coached by 1989 Honoured Member Gerry “Red” Ouellette.
Inducted into the Campbellton Sports Hall of Fame in 2001.
Team Members: Alain St. Arnaud, Luc Bernard, Roch Bois, Jean Claude Charest, Bernard Chiasson, Gilles Leclair (Assistant Coach), Gerry "Red" Ouellette (Coach), Howard Connors, Eric Cormier, Reynald Cyr., Donald LeBlanc (D), Pat Dodier, Marcel Dumais, Mike Frawley, Bob Savoie (D) (GM), Dr. Paul Taillon (Physician). Alain Grenier, Tony Harrison, Michel Hubert, Rene Labbe, Sterling Loga, Lowell Loveday, Pierre Michaud, Yves Porlier, Gilbert Poulin, Roy Boudreau (President), Ghislain Provencher, Marc Roy, Roland Trecartin (Trainer), Kirk Firlotte. Roy Pitre (Trainer), Craig Williston