Timberwolves announce Tyler Noseworthy as new Head Coach

Tyler Noseworthy (centre) was an Assistant Coach with the Pictou County Weeks Crushers in 2019-20 (Photo: Jennifer Weeks)

The Miramichi Timberwolves have announced the hiring of Tyler Noseworthy from St. John’s, Newfoundland as the team’s new Head Coach:

“Noseworthy carries a wealth of on-ice experience suiting up for 9 different leagues, 15 teams from the start of his junior career in 2007 all the way up to and including playing in the ECHL with the Elmira Jackals. Most notably he was a part of the 2007/08 Fred Page Cup Champion Weeks Crushers and the 2012/13 FHL Champions the Danbury Whalers.

Over the previous four seasons, Noseworthy has been shifting his focus to a coaching role which began in 2019 with the Pictou County Crushers. The 2021/22 Season kicked off 3 straight years of Noseworthy fulfilling various roles with the Danbury Hat Tricks organization including Asst. Coach, Head Coach, and General Manager for their NA3HL, NAHL, and FPHL teams. Over this span, Noseworthy has been on the bench for more than 350 games for the Connecticut-based hockey club and coached the 2022/23 FPHL Hat tricks to a league championship.

We are coming off our best season in franchise history and cannot wait to watch Tyler pave our path back to success behind the bench!”

*Release via the Miramichi Timberwolves.