1950 Collingwood Arena program

Collingwood is a town in the province of Ontario in Canada.

It is located in the northern part of Southern Ontario on the shores of Georgian Bay. It has a population of approximately 17,000.


  • Collingwood
  1. (Ontario Hockey Association, Jr. 1898-1899, 1903-1906, 1907-1927, 1928-1933)
  2. (Ontario Hockey Association Sr., 1912-1913)
  3. (Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1976-1977) folded
  1. (Central Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1992-1993) join OPJHL
  2. (Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League,1993-2009) join OJAHL
  3. (Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 2009-2010) join OJHL as Blackhawks
  1. (Canadian International Hockey League, 2014-2014) withdrew mid-season to form World United Hockey League
  2. (World United Hockey League, 2014-2015) folded in January 2015 due to lack of local support
  1. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior B, 1940-1942)
  2. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior B, 1948-1950) join OHA Sr. A
  3. (OHA Senior A Hockey League, 1950-1951) return to Senior B
  4. (OHA Senior A Hockey League, 1964-1966)
  5. (Major Intermediate A Hockey League, 1979-1983) move to Senior A
  6. (OHA Senior A Hockey League, 1983-1986) join Georgian Bay Senior A Hockey League



  • Collingwood (Eddie Bush) Arena

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