Mem centre

Brockville Memorial Centre

Brockville is a town of about 20,000 people about 100 kilometers south of Ottawa. It is located in the St. Lawrence River Valley.

Although located in the area of the Ottawa District Hockey Association, its teams often received permission to play in the Ontario Hockey Association. A big reason was its relatively long distance from the other towns of the Ottawa District and the fact that Brockville was (and is) on the main train line that serves southern Ontario.

Hockey TeamsEdit

  • Brockville
  1. (Central Canada Hockey Association, 1896-1897)
  2. (OHA Sr., 1897-1900; 1903-1905; 1915-1916)
  3. (Federal Amateur Hockey League, 1904-1906) team was actually the Renfrew Creamery Kings
  4. (OHA Jr., 1906-1907; 1921-1929)
  5. (Interprovincial Hockey Union, 1911-1914)
  6. Little Big Four League, 1938-1939)
  1. (Ottawa-Hull & District Junior Hockey League, 1963-1964) league renamed CJAHL
  2. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1964-1973)  renamed Warriors
  3. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1977-1980)  become Rockland Remparts
  4. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1981-2009) join CJHL
  5. (Central Junior Hockey League, 2009-2010) join CCHL
  6. (Central Canada Hockey League, 2010-Present)
  1. (Rideau Group,1929-1934)
  2. (OHA Sr. B, 1934-1935)
  3. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1935-1936)
  4. (St Lawrence League, 1936-1937)
  5. (New York-Ontario League, 1951-1954) join OHA Sr. B
  1. (Ottawa District Junior Playoffs, 1932-1937) independent team
  2. (1937-1938)




  • Brockville Centennial Youth Arena
  • Brockville Memorial Civic Centre

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