New Tecumseth Civics
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City: Alliston, Ontario, Canada
League: Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League
Founded: 2013
Home Arena: New Tecumseth Recreation Complex
Franchise history
2013-2016: Alliston Coyotes
2016-Present: New Tecumseth Civics

The New Tecumseth Civics are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Alliston, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League.

History[edit | edit source]

The Alliston Coyotes joined the GMHL in the Spring of 2013.[1]

The Coyotes played their first ever franchise game, at home, on September 12, 2013. Hosting the Toronto Attack, the Coyotes would lose 4-2. The first goal in team history was scored by Gordy Bonnel 18 seconds into the second period of play. Bruno Novotny played the first game in net, making 44 saves in the effort.[2]

On September 19, 2013, playing in Alliston, the Coyotes would pick up their first ever franchise win in the shape of an 8-1 shellacking of the Knights of Meaford. Filip Sedivy would pick up the eventual game-winning goal at 5:40 of the first period. In goal, Nicolas Lachance made 29 saves for the victory.[3]

In August 2014, the Allison Coyotes and the Shelburne Red Wings merged assets and their ownership group sold their Red Wings franchise to Jenya Feldman who renamed them the Shelburne Stars.[4]

April 2016 Alliston Coyotes have been re-branded the New Tecumseth Civics after Ryan Wood who has won 2 Russell Cup Champions in the last 3 years and has been brought in to manage the franchise.

Season-by-season standings[edit | edit source]

Season GP W L OL GF GA P Results Playoffs
Alliston Coyotes
2013-14 42 30 10 2 239 158 62 7th GMHL Lost Division Semifinals
2014-15 42 20 22 0 211 213 40 4th SC Div Lost Division Semifinals
2015-16 42 36 5 1 328 110 73 2nd Central Lost Div. Final
New Tecumseth Civics
2016-17 42 37 5 1 252 101 74 1st North Lost Div. Finals
2017-18 42 23 18 1 199 165 47 6th North Lost Div. Quarterfinals
2018-19 42 24 15 3 192 173 51 4th North Lost Div. Semifinals
2019-20 42 25 15 2 224 160 52 5th North Lost Div. Quarterfinals

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