Ontario is a province located in the east-central part of Canada. Ontario is the largest province in the country by population and second largest, after Quebec, (Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are larger but are not provinces) in total area. Ontario is bordered by the provinces of Manitoba to the west, Quebec to the east, and the American states of Michigan, New York, and Minnesota.
Some notable players from Ontario include
Major Professional HockeyEdit
This league was formed in 1909 with the Ottawa Senators as an original team. They lasted until the league itself folded in 1917.
There was no Toronto team until 1912, mainly because of the lack of a suitable arena. In 1912-13 there were two Toronto teams - Toronto Blueshirts and Toronto Tecumsehs. The Blueshirts lasted until the league collapsed in 1917. The Tecumsehs were replaced by the Toronto Ontarios in 1913-14, the Toronto Shamrocks from 1914 to 1916, and the Toronto 228th Battalion in 1916-17.
The Toronto Arenas were an original member of the league in 1917. They were only a temporary franchise and folded at the end of the NHL's second season. They were replaced by the Toronto St. Pats in 1919. This team was renamed as the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1926-27 season.
A new Ottawa Senators franchise started in 1992.
CMA = Census Metropolitan Area
|Towns of Ontario|
|Please note that this list may not be complete|
|Arthur - Bancroft - Barrie - Belleville - Bracebridge - Brantford - Brockville - Brussels - Burlington - Cornwall - Durham - Exeter - Flesherton - Fort Frances - Georgetown - Gananoque - Guelph - Hamilton - Hanover - Hawkesbury - Huntsville - Ignace - Kingston - Kirkland Lake - London - Markdale - Midland - Mississauga - Newmarket - Orillia - Oshawa - Ottawa - Owen Sound - Parry Sound - Pembroke - Peterborough - Petrolia - Pickering - Prescott - Richmond Hill - Sarnia - Sault Ste. Marie - Seaforth - Smiths Falls - St. Catharines - Schomberg - St. Marys - St. Thomas - Stittsville - Stouffville - Stratford - Sturgeon Falls - Sudbury - Tecumseh - Thunder Bay - Timmins - Toronto - Vaughan - Waterloo Wiarton - Windsor - Woodbridge|
|Alberta - British Columbia - Manitoba - Newfoundland and Labrador - New Brunswick|
| Nova Scotia - Ontario - Prince Edward Island - Québec - Saskatchewan
|Territories: Northwest Territories - Nunavut - Yukon|