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Billy Gebbie Arena
"Glengarry Sports Palace"
Billie Gebbie Arena
Location 170 MacDonald Blvd Alexandria, Ontario K0C 1A0
Opened 1976
Owner North Glengarry Township
Surface 200' X 85'
Tenants Alexandria Glens (EOJBHL)
(1969-present)
Alexandria & District Minor Hockey Association
(-present)
Alexandria Figure Skating Club
(-present)
Capacity 500+ Hockey

The Billy Gebbie Arena, also known as the Glengarry Sports Palace, has been the home of the Alexandria Glens since 1969, Alexandria & District Minor Hockey Association and the Alexandria Figure Skating Club. It is located in Alexandria, Ontario, and has a capacity of 500 for hockey games.

EventsEdit

The final games of the 7-game 2007 EOJBHL championship series were held at the Billy Gebbie Arena, where the Glens won game 7, defeating Gatineau Mustangs 4-0 and won the series 4 games to 3. The arena also hosted Little Nashville Tabc Jr. Country Festival in 2007 and the 1st Annual Rideau-St. Lawrence Showcase for the Alexandria Glens in 2008. The public address announcer for the Alexandria Glens games is Paul Lalonde.

TenantsEdit

  • Alexandria Glens (EOJBHL)
    (1969-present)
  • Alexandria & District Minor Hockey Association (Ottawa District Minor Hockey Association)
    (-present)
  • Alexandria Figure Skating Club
    (-present)

ChampionshipsEdit

  • 1984 EOJCHL Champions
  • 2006-2007 EOJBHL Branch Champions
  • 2007 Boxing Day Tournaments Champions
  • 2007-2008 EOJBHL Branch Champions

Retired jerseysEdit

The following numbers are retired by the Alexandria Jr.B Glens and hang from the rafters:

  • 4 Marc Ménard
  • # Brian Filion

External linksEdit

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