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Wildcats top CHL Mosaik MasterCard Top 10 Rankings

The Canadian Hockey League today announced the first CHL Mosaik MasterCard Top 10 Rankings for the 2006-07 season. The weekly rankings of the Canadian Hockey League's Top 10 teams are selected by a panel of National Hockey League scouts. CHL Mosaik MasterCard Top 10 - Week Number 1

Rank Team Last Week Weeks in Rankings

1 Moncton Wildcats (5-1-0-0) - 1

2 Kingston Frontenacs (2-0-0-0) - 1

3 Val-d'Or Foreurs (3-0-0-1) - 1

4 Everett Silvertips (2-0-0-0) - 1

5 Guelph Storm (3-0-0-0) - 1

6 London Knights (1-0-0-0) - 1

7 Shawinigan Cataractes (3-0-0-1) - 1

8 Vancouver Giants (2-0-0-0) - 1

9 Mississauga IceDogs (2-0-0-0) - 1

10 Baie-Comeau Drakkar (4-1-0-0) - 1
 

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Mooseheads trade Kevin Cormier to Océanic

BOUCHERVILLE, Thursday, September 28, 2006 - The Halifax Mooseheads traded forward Kevin Cormier (86-01-27) and their fourth round selection in the 2008 QMJHL Entry Draft to the Rimouski Océanic for a second and third round pick in 2008.

Cormier, picked in the sixth round (168th overall) by the Phoenix Coyotes in 2004, had yet to play a game for the Mooseheads this season.
 

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Area QMJHL teams announce loyalty program

SAINT JOHN, Sept. 27, 2006 - The region's major junior hockey teams have announced a program that encourages attending games in each others' venues during the 2006-07 season.

Known as the "Ambassador Program", the initiative gives season ticket holders an opportunity to purchase up to two tickets to a regular season game in an out-of-town Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) community for only $10.

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, Halifax Mooseheads, Lewiston MAINEiacs, Moncton Wildcats, Saint John Sea Dogs, St. John's Fog Devils and PEI Rocket are participating in the program.

"We value our season ticket holders and recognize they are a critical backbone of support," said David Turk, executive director of the Sea Dogs. "This loyalty program is yet another way of rewarding them for their commitment to Sea Dogs hockey."

Turk noted that players appreciate having support from their fans when on the road. "Hopefully this loyalty program will encourage more of our fans to visit other arenas to cheer on the Sea Dogs."

Season ticket holders who wish to participate in the loyalty program can arrange for a special Ambassador Program voucher by calling the Sea Dogs at 657-DOGS (3647) or visiting their office on the 2nd floor of Harbour Station.

The Sea Dogs next home game is this coming Saturday at 7 p.m. when they entertain the 2006 QMJHL champions, Moncton Wildcats. It took overtime to decide a winner when the Sea Dogs last battled Moncton at Harbour Station on Sept. 17.
 

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MAINEiacs announce loyalty program

Lewiston, ME - The region's major junior hockey teams have announced a program that encourages attending games in each others' venues during the 2006-07 season.

Known as the "Ambassador Program", the initiative gives season ticket holders an opportunity to purchase tickets to a regular season game in an out-of-town Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) community for only $10.

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, Halifax Mooseheads, Lewiston MAINEiacs, Moncton Wildcats, Saint John Sea Dogs, St. John's Fog Devils and PEI Rocket are participating in the program.

"We value our season ticket holders and recognize they are a critical backbone of support," said Marc Gosselin, Director of Tickets Sales of the MAINEiacs. "This loyalty program is yet another way of rewarding them for their commitment to MAINEiacs hockey."

Gosselin noted that players appreciate having support from their fans when on the road. "Hopefully this loyalty program will encourage more of our fans to visit other arenas to cheer on the MAINEiacs and experience the product of the QMJHL while on the road."

Season ticket holders will receive a voucher for the loyalty program in their season ticket package which is being mailed out this week. Season Ticket Holders interested in receiving additional vouchers need only contact the MAINEiacs office at (207) 333-FANS to make arrangements for additional vouchers at no charge.

The MAINEiacs continue their current trip with game 4 of their current 6-game road tonight in Drummondville before returning to Lewiston next week for the double-header home opening weekend slated for Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7th at the Androscoggin Bank Colisée as they play host the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles.
 

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Mooseheads part of loyalty program

HALIFAX, N.S., Sept. 27, 2006 - The Eastern Division teams of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League have announced a program that encourages attending games in each others' venues during the 2006-07 season.

Known as the "Ambassador Program", the initiative gives season ticket holders an opportunity to purchase up to two tickets per visit to a regular season game in an out-of-town Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) community for only $10 each.

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, PEI Rocket, Lewiston MAINEiacs, Moncton Wildcats, Saint John Sea Dogs, St. John's Fog Devils and the Halifax Mooseheads are all participating in the program.

"The support of our season ticket holders is tremendous and we recognize they are a critical backbone of support for our Hockey Club," said Don Power, Chief Operating Officer. "This loyalty program is yet another way of rewarding them for their commitment to Mooseheads hockey."

Power noted that players appreciate having support from their fans when on the road. "Hopefully this loyalty program will encourage more of our fans to visit other arenas to cheer on the Moose."

Halifax Mooseheads season ticket holders who wish to participate in the loyalty program can pick up their special Ambassador Program vouchers by visiting the Mooseheads Season Ticket Office and showing their season ticket holder cards. This offer is only available to season ticket holders.

The Mooseheads next home game is this coming Friday at 7 p.m. when they host the Saint John Sea Dogs.
 

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Mooseheads trade Kevin Cormier's junior rights to Rimouski

Halifax Mooseheads have traded the major junior rights to 20-year-old forward Kevin Cormier to the Rimouski Oceanic, Mooseheads' General Manager Marcel Patenaude announced today.

Cormier, obtained from the P.E.I. Rocket via a trade in January, 2004, played in 130 games with the Mooseheads, scoring 18 goals with 16 assists while amassing 442 penalty minutes.

"We wish Kevin Cormier well and thank him for his valuable contribution to our hockey club over the last two seasons," Patenaude said.

"We are happy we were able to trade him to the Oceanic, where he can play with his younger brother, Patrice".

Mooseheads have also ceded their fourth round pick in the 2008 QMJHL Entry Draft to the Oceanic, and will receive Rimouski's second and third round selections in the 2008 QMJHL Entry Draft in return.
 

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Wildcats top CHL rankings

The Moncton Wildcats have started their season in the same position they hope it ends - ranked No. 1 in the nation.

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League team is 5-1-0-0 so far this year and was given the top ranking in the first national poll released by the Canadian Hockey League on Wednesday.

The Kingston Frontenacs (2-0-0-0) of the Ontario Hockey League were second while the Val-d'Or Foreurs (3-0-0-1) of the QMJHL were third.

The poll is released weekly throughout the season and is based on the votes of a panel of NHL scouts.

The Everett Silvertips of the Western Hockey League were fourth and the OHL's Guelph Storm were fifth. The London Knights (OHL), Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL), Vancouver Giants (WHL), Mississauga IceDogs (OHL) and Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL) rounded out the top 10.
 

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Maineiacs breeze by Voltigeurs

Marc Andre Cliche scored two unassisted goals as the Lewiston Maineiacs defeated the Drummondville Voltigeurs 5-3 Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.

Simon Courcelles, David Perron and Chris Tutalo also scored for Lewiston (3-1-0-0).

Tomas Zohorna, Tomas Svoboda and Chris Tutalo replied for Drummondville (3-2-0-0).

Peter Delmas made 35 saves for Lewiston, while Pier-Olivier Pelletier stopped 33 shots for Drummondville.
 

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Delmas' solid play earns win in 1st start

Another tough opponent, another grinding win for the Lewiston Maineiacs.

Marc-Andre Cliche scored two goals for the second night in a row, including the game-clinching empty-netter with less than a minute to play, and 16-year-old rookie Peter Delmas stopped 35 shots to earn his first career QMJHL win, leading the Maineiacs to a 5-3 victory over the Drummondville Voltigeurs at the Centre Marcel Dionne on Wednesday night.

The win is Lewiston's second in as many nights and gives the team a 3-1 record on its season-opening, six-game road trip.

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