Sudbury Wolves

The Sudbury Wolves are a professional Canadian ice hockey team from Greater Sudbury, Ontario, which currently plays in the junior league Ontario Hockey League.


Sudbury has had since the First World War almost continuously a hockey team with the nickname " Wolves " or " Cub Wolves ". Was at that time, among other things Larry Aurie in Kaderd he Wolves. The Sudbury Cub Wolves of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League won in 1932 and 1935, the George Richardson Memorial Trophy as Ostkanadischer champion. 1932, they were also able to win the Memorial Cup. The team represented Canada at the World Championships in 1938 and 1949, the former tournament could win the gold medal.

In 1959, the Wolves played in the Eastern Professional Hockey League. Gerry Cheevers was at this time in the gate of the team.

1962 -starting with the name " Sudbury Wolves ' team member of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League was. 1969 and 1971 this team won the McNamara Trophy as champions of the NOJHL. 1972 bought the holders of the Sudbury Wolves of the NOJHL the Niagara Falls Flyers of the Ontario Hockey Association, the two clubs were merged as " Sudbury Wolves " in the OHA.

The current Sudbury Wolves have never won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, the championship of the OHL and thus never took part in the final round of the Memorial Cup. 1976 won the Hamilton Spectator Trophy as point- best team in the regular season, the same year the franchise reached the final of the OHA, there is but lost to the eventual Memorial Cup champion Hamilton Fincups in five games. Beginning of the 1980s, the team of Billy Harris was trained. Reached in 2007, the Wolves again the OHL finals, but lost to the Plymouth Whalers.

Despite the third- longest period without a title in the entire Canadian Hockey League have the Wolves for years in the domestic, 5,743 -seat Sudbury Community Arena is one of the biggest crowds in the league.


Logo 1980-1988

Logo 1988-2009

News Logo since 2009


Vice- champion of the OHL

George Richardson Memorial Trophy Ostkanadischer Master

Bobby Orr Trophy Eastern Conference champion

  • 2006/2007

Hamilton Spectator Trophy Master of the regular season

Leyden Trophy Master Leyden Division

Emms Trophy Master Central Division

  • 2000/2001




GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, SOL = shutout defeats, P = Points, GF = Goals, GA = Goals against

Famous former players

First-round draft picks

Different players who spent their time in the Junior Wolves made ​​, and later in the National Hockey League, or the DEL career. Among them are:

Locked back numbers

The following players have made ​​outstanding contributions to the club, so that their back numbers are no longer awarded in her honor:

  • 6 - Randy Carlyle
  • 10 - Ron Duguay
  • 17 - Mike Foligno

Team Records