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1949 view of the arena.

Centre Georges-Vézina

Inside the Centre Georges-Vézina for a Saguenéens home game.

The Centre Georges-Vézina, formerly the Colisée de Chicoutimi, is a 4,651 capacity (3,683 seated) multi-purpose arena in Chicoutimi (now part of Saguenay), Quebec, Canada. It is home to the Chicoutimi Saguenéens ice hockey team. It is named in honour of former Montreal Canadiens goalie and native from Chicoutimi Georges Vézina. The arena was built in 1949 and features an Olympic-sized ice pad of 200' X 100'.

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