MONCTON N.B. – The Wildcats are excited to announce a new addition to the hockey operations staff; Brett Turner will be joining the club as assistant to hockey operations.
From Charlottetown PEI, Brett has over seven years of experience in the hockey industry. Most recently Brett was part of the scouting staff for the Victoriaville Tigres of the QMJHL, joining them in 2012 he served as the Atlantic Canada Scout for the club. Over the past year he was also a part-time regional scout for NHL Central Scouting. Prior to scouting Brett was involved in recruiting for the UPEI Men’s Hockey Program, as well as working with Andrew’s Hockey as a research assistant.
“Brett will be a great addition to our staff,” said Torchetti. He has a big passion for hockey and will bring a great work ethic in helping our team.”
Brett comes to the organization with experience and an understanding of the league, and we look forward to having him as part of our group.
“I’m very excited to join such a quality organization that has experienced so much success over the years,” said Turner. “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to work with great people in the hockey operations department and throughout the entire Wildcats organization in our quest to win a Memorial Cup.”
The Wildcats training camp will kick off August 15th, stay tuned for a full schedule of events and games.