Moncton Wildcats Tickets

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3.2

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Great new venue

Avenir Centre (formerly known as Moncton Events Centre) - Moncton

Except for concession and elevator problems, the venue was great and the new staff tried to fix these problems as the night went on. No Tim Hortons yet. There are several handicap parking spots but you must get there early.

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Price are ridiculous

Avenir Centre (formerly known as Moncton Events Centre) - Moncton

First, the tickets are a bit high for junior hockey. Why hiring an American company for the food service?? The are ridiculous. We are not an NHL city and not an USA city where you can jack the price!!!! Also, the quantity of food in the plate are not what are expecting. Only half of the container for a 9$ poutine!!!! Really.....unreal. very disappoint and I won't go back. 4$ for a chocolat bar, 4,50$ for water!!!! 10$ for a can of beer of 473mL.... Hahaha. Its too bad because the Widcats team will suffer at the end because there will be no fan at the games!!!

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Disappointed

Avenir Centre (formerly known as Moncton Events Centre) - Moncton

They should have called it the "Irving Centre", not the "Avenir Centre" because inside it is plastered with most if not all of the Irving brand of companies. Also, you are constantly bombarded with ads for this, ads for that. Food, as well as the beer, is expensive. Interruptions to clean the goalie crease sponsored by, come on this is a hockey game, not an advertising game, An announcement for something sponsored by. It will be a long time before I return to see a Widlcats game.

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Great home opener!

Avenir Centre (formerly known as Moncton Events Centre) - Moncton

First game in the new centre. It was a great game and an even better facility!

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Avenir Centre (formerly known as Moncton Events Centre) - Moncton

The hockey game was excellent. However the pre-game show was an absolute disgrace and looked like something that was put together last minute and was WAY too long. The Stomping Tom Connor impersonation was a joke and the Moncton Wildcats should be ashamed of allowing that person on the ice.

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Wildcats Game Excellent

Avenir Centre (formerly known as Moncton Events Centre) - Moncton

The game was excellent, seats were great, however there were no cup holders, not so good having to sit your drink on the ground where they stand a great chance of being knocked over. Entering the building did not take long, once the line started moving, we were there around 5 to get in line Exiting the building was atrocious, need to open more doors to let people out quicker. Missed having the Team standings board like in the old coliseum.

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Moncton Wildcats Live

When the 2018-19 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) season kicked off, the Moncton Wildcats unveiled their brand-new $113 million home in the Avenir Centre. They set a QMJHL attendance record with a sold-out crowd of 8,800 fans in the home opener against the Saint John Sea Dogs and won the game 5-2. 

Delivering on big aspirations seems to be a recurring theme for the Wildcats, who already are near the top of the league standings in their new facility. With wingers Jeremy McKenna and Jakob Pelletier leading the way along with starting goalie Francis Leclerc, Coach Darren Rumble's team is the hottest ticket on Canada's East Coast. 

The Wildcats offer flex packs of 10, 20, or 36 games, starting at less than $16 a ticket. In the new arena, there also are two party suites with stellar views of the four-panel screen display above the playing rink, as well as private entrances and access to the Lounsbury Club Lounge. 

Avenir Centre is a stone's throw from the Moncton rail line, and there's plenty to do in the arena's outdoor plaza, with a bandstand, another ice rink, a park, and a lounging gazebo all nearby.

Moncton Wildcats Background

Founded in 1995, the Moncton Wildcats existed as the Moncton Alpines for a single season before owner Robert Irving took over the team in 1996 and helped guide them to QMJHL prominence. Winning championships in 2006 and 2010, the Wildcats have had their share of NHL stars before they made it big, headlined by Corey Crawford, the two-time Stanley Cup champion goalie of the Chicago Blackhawks. 

Count NHL All-Stars Brad Marchand and Keith Yandle as Moncton alumni, as well as Norris Trophy finalist Francois Beauchemin. Coaches Ted Nolan and John Torchetti both had stints with Moncton before heading to the NHL. When not holding Wildcats games, Avenir Centre is a multipurpose event facility hosting Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group, in addition to Canadian artists new and old like Metric and Bryan Adams.