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Ed Lumley Arena

Ed Lumley Arena

Cornwall is a city of about 45,000 people in eastern Ontario, Canada. It is located on the St. Lawrence River just west of the Ontario - Quebec border.

Although it is well within the area of the Ottawa District Hockey Association it has sometimes entered teams in the Ontario Hockey Association and in leagues under the Quebec Amateur Hockey Association. That is partially because it is on the main railroad line between Montreal and Toronto which made travel westward and eastward easier than travel to Ottawa.

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  • Cornwall
  1. (Central Canada Hockey Association, 1896-1897)
  2. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior, 1897-1904,
  3. (Ontario Hockey Association Jr., 1918-1920, 1921-1922
  4. (1944-45 Ottawa District Junior Playoffs)
  5. (1957-58 Ottawa District Senior Playoffs)
  6. (1959-60 Ottawa District Junior Playoffs)
  1. (Central Ottawa Valley Junior League, 1929-1930, 1932-1933)
  2. (St Lawrence League, 1932-1938)
  3. (1937-38 Ottawa District Junior Playoffs)
  1. (Central Ottawa Valley Junior League, 1930-1932)
  2. (Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League, 1952-1953)
  3. (Provincial Senior League, 1953-1954) folded
  4. (Central Hockey League, 1992-2010)
  5. (Central Canada Hockey League, 2010-Present)
  1. (Interprovincial Senior Hockey League, 1959-1960)
  2. (1962-63 Ottawa District Senior Playoffs)  as Emard Petros
  3. (Ottawa St Lawrence Senior League, 1963-1964)
  1. (Ottawa District Junior Playoffs, 1946)
  2. (New York-Ontario League, 1951-1954) folded
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1936-1938) join Provincial Senior League
  2. (Provincial Senior League, 1938-1939)
  3. (Quebec Senior Hockey League, 1939-1942) return in 1944 in PHL as Cookies
  1. (Ottawa & District Junior Hockey League, 1963-1964) league renamed CJAHL
  2. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1964-1968) join MMJL
  3. (Metropolitan Montreal Junior League, 1968-1969) join QMJHL
  4. (QMJHL, 1969-1981) join Ontario Hockey League
  5. (OHL, 1981-1992) become Newmarket Royals

note: Cornwall also had a team in the 1960 Ottawa District Junior Playoffs

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