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Corner Brook

A view of Corner Brook.

Corner Brook is a town of about 20,000 in western Newfoundland and Labrador.

Corner Brook hosted portions of the 1999 Canada Winter Games

Corner Brook hosted the 1985 Allan Cup

TeamsEdit

  1. (Newfoundland Jr. A Hockey League, 1972-1974) join another league
  2. (West Newfoundland Junior Hockey League, 1975-1976)
  3. (Central-West Junior Hockey League, 2008-2011) become Deer Lake based Humber Valley Red Wings
  4. (Central-West Junior Hockey League 2005-Present)
  1. (Newfoundland Senior Hockey League 1970-1977)
  2. (Newfoundland Senior Hockey League, 2011-2012) moved to Deer Lake; renamed Western Royals
  3. (Newfoundland Senior Hockey League, 2014-2014) join Central/West Senior Hockey League before play
  4. (Central/West Senior Hockey League, 2014-Present)

ArenasEdit

  • Corner Brook Rink (1925-26) located at Newfoundland Power and Paper Company's No. 2 Warhouse
  • Corner Brook Rink II (1926-1955) located at Newfoundland Power and Paper Company's building
  • Humber Gardens (1954-1997)
  • Pepsi Centre (1997-Present) (formerly the Canada Games Centre)
  • Kinsmen Arena (1975-1997)
  • Kinsmen Arena II (opened in 1997)

ChampionsEdit

Allan CupEdit

PlayersEdit

External LinksEdit

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