Governor & Co-owner
Pierre recently moved to the area about 10 years ago, and immediate fell in love with the region. In the summer of 2019 Pierre bought The Tigers team with Mark Catroppa, another businessman with local ties. By day Pierre owns and operates the local Canadian Tire store in Atholville.
Brad, known to many as “The Voice of The Tigers” is a Campbellton local who hangs his hat in the community of Glen Levit. He is a longtime hockey player himself, having played goalie in Junior B and Senior A in his younger days, and served as assistant coach of The Tigers during the 2008-2009 season. As a previous pro stock car racer, he won the maritime championship 7 times between 1984 and 2014. While you won’t find him behind the wheel anymore, when the ice is out you can now find him on SiriusXM “Racetime Radio” channel calling the races of the Maritime Pro-Stock tour. He is currently the automotive service manager at the local Canadian Tire in Atholville, having been in the automotive sales, marketing and service industry for over 45 years. Brad loves meeting people and chit-chatting with hockey fans and parents of the hockey player, so if you see him at the rink or around town, don’t be shy to say hello!
IT & Communications
Advertising/Sales – Ken Day
Booster Club Coordinator
Gracie has be coordinator of the Tigers Booster Club since the 2016-2017 Season. She lives and breathes tigers hockey, and enjoys promoting the Tigers in the community. With the help of Pierre and the new ownership group, she was instrumental in the addition of Tigers Boutique at the civic center, a big asset and certainly a dream come true for the booster club. She has been a resident of the community of Glen Levit all her life, and is an active volunteer at their local Community Center and outdoor rink for over 40 years, as well as a volunteer with The Tigers Toonie Draw. By day Gracie works as a seniors Home Care worker.
Booster Club Coordinator
Nathalie has been living in Campbellton for the last 30 years and has been involved with The Tigers organization for the last 10 years, initially selling 50/50 tickets – which she still does to this day – and later when the Booster Club was initially founded in 2016, at the encouragement of former head coach Troy Ryan. She and her family have always been avid hockey fans. She works as a legal administrative assistant, which she has done for the last 36 years. In addition to being involved with The Tigers organization, she is a volunteer with the weekly Tigers Toonie Draw and with the local Meals on Wheels program.