'From wikipedia': Dryden is the second-largest city in the Kenora District of Northwestern Ontario, Canada, located on Wabigoon Lake. It is the smallest community in the province of Ontario designated as a city. It and Kenora are the only two cities in Ontario located in the Central Time Zone.
- Dryden Ice Dogs (Superior International Junior Hockey League, 2001-present)
- Dryden Rockets (1960s-1970s)
- (Minnesota-Ontario Hockey League, 1957-1962)
- Independent team (1963-1965) join Manitoba Senior Hockey League
- (Manitoba Intermediate 'AA' Hockey League, 1964-1965) limited schedule team,
- (Manitoba Senior Hockey League, 1965-1966)
- Independent team (1966-1971)
- (Canadian Central Hockey League, 1971-1972) fold near end of season
- Whythe Avenue "Outdoor" Rink (early 1900's to the Great Depression) closed due to lack of funds
- Dryden Memorial Arena (1948-March 1978) destroyed by fire.
- "New" Dryden Memorial Arena # 1 (July 9, 1979-Present) capacity 1,000
- "New" Dryden Memorial Arena # 2 (March 1988-Present) smaller than regulation surface, with no permanant seating
- Milestone Outdoor Rink