Moose Jaw Arena

Moose Jaw Civic Centre

Moose Jaw is a city of over 30,000 people in south-central Saskatchewan, Canada. It is about 70 kilometers west of Regina.


  1. (Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, 1938-1948) join WCJHL
  2. (Western Canada Junior Hockey League, 1948-1955)
  3. (Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, 1958-1966) join CMJHL
  4. (Canadian Major Junior Hockey League, 1966-1968) join SJHL
  5. (Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, 1968-1984) folded to make way for WHL team
  1. (Southern Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1937-1938) league renamed SSHL
  2. (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1938-1942)
  3. (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1951-1954)
  1. (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1958-1959) withdrew due to lack of arena
  2. (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1959-1965) join WCSHL
  3. (Western Canada Senior Hockey League, 1965-1967) rejoin SSHL
  4. (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1967-1971)


  • Moose Jaw Arena  (1910-1955) destroyed by fire August 1955
  • Moose Jaw Civic Centre (1959-2011) demolished in 2012
  • Mosaic Place (2011-Present)
  • West End Rink
  • East End Rink
  • Kiwanis River Park Skating Oval
  • Sunningdale Rink
  • Smith Park Rink
  • Elgin Park Rink
  • Kinfield Rink
  • Hillcrest Rink
  • Regal Heights Rink
  • Ross Wells Rink
  • Veterans Peace Park Rink
  • Westheath Rink
  • Wood Lily Drive Rink
  • Moose Square Rink
  • Kinsmen Arena
  • Pla-Mor Palace


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