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Map of Ottawa

Scotiabank Place

Scotiabank Place

Ottawa is the capital of Canada and the country's fourth largest municipality, as well as the second largest city in the province of Ontario. It is located in the Ottawa Valley on the eastern edge of the province of Ontario. Ottawa lies on the banks of the Ottawa River, a major waterway that forms the boundary between Ontario and Quebec.

The city of Ottawa has a population of 812,129. The metropolitan area, which includes the city of Gatineau in Quebec, has a population of over 1,220,000.








TeamsEdit

Major ProfessionalEdit

  1. (Montreal Winter Carnival ice hockey tournaments, 1883-1886) join AHAC
  2. (Amateur Hockey Association of Canada, 1887-1887)
  3. (Amateur Hockey Association of Canada, 1891-1898) join CAHL
  4. (Canadian Amateur Hockey League, 1899-1904) withdrew part way through season, join ECAHA
  5. (Federal Amateur Hockey League, 1904-1905) join CAHL
  6. (Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association, 1906-1908) stay with league when goes professional
  7. (Eastern Canada Hockey Association, 1909) resign,
  8. (Federal Hockey League, 1909-1909) join CHA
  9. (Canadian Hockey Association, 1909-1910) join NHA
  10. (NHA, 1909-1917) join NHL
  11. (NHL, 1917-1931) suspended operations, return for 1932-1933 season
  12. (NHL, 1932 - 1934) become St. Louis Eagles

Other early era teamsEdit

Major JuniorEdit

Ottawa 67's

  1. (OHA, Jr. A., 1967-1974) join OMJHL
  2. (OMJHL, 1974-1980) league renamed OHL
  1. (OHL, 1980-Present)

Junior AEdit

  1. (Ottawa City League, 1927-1932)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1937-1939
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1940-1941)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1944-1947)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1943-1944)
  2. (Interprovincial Junior League, 1959-1960) mid-season replacement team, disbanded
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1938-1939)
  2. (Ottawa City & District Junior League, 1939-1940)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1924-1925)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1927-1929)
  1. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1992-1999) league becomes CJHL
  2. (Central Junior Hockey League, 2009-2010) league renamed CCHL
  3. (Central Canadian Hockey League, 2010-Present)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1927-1933)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1944-1957)
  3. (Interprovincial Junior League, 1957-1959) split games with Hawkesbury for 1959-60 season
  4. (Ottawa-Hull and District Junior Hockey League, 1961-1963) join Ottawa City Junior League after Memorial Cup Tournament dispute
  5. (Ottawa City Junior League, 1963-1964)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1924-1925)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1927-1936)
  3. (Ottawa City League, 1939-1940)
  4. (Ottawa City League, 1942-1943)
  5. (Ottawa City League, 1948-1951)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1928-1930) renamed Senators
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1931-1932)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1930-1933)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1935-1938)
  3. (Independent team in Otttawa District Junior Playoffs 1944-1945)
  4. (Ottawa-Hull and District Junior Hockey League, 1962-1964) join CJHL
  5. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1964-1965) folded
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1924-1925)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1927-1937) withdrew
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1930-1935) withdrew
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1939-1940)
  3. (Ottawa City League, 1942-1944)
  4. (Ottawa City League, 1945-1954) withdrew for academic reasons
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1930-1931) revert to New Edinburgh Senators name
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1936-1938)
  3. (Ottawa City League, 1939-1943)
  4. (Ottawa City League, 1945-1948)
  5. (Central Junior A Hockey League, 1979-1992) renamed Jr. Senators when city gets NHL team
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1924-1925)
  2. (Ontario Hockey Association Jr., 1927-1928)
  3. (Ottawa City League, 1927-1934)
  4. (Ottawa City League, 1954-1957) join Interprovincial Junior League
  5. (Interprovincial Junior League, 1957-1958) folded
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1935-1936)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1939-1941)
  1. (Ottawa City League, 1928-1929)
  2. (Ottawa City League, 1934-1938) join Ottawa Interscholastic League
  3. (Ottawa City League, 1940-1943)
  4. (Ottawa City League, 1948-1957)

SeniorEdit

  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1920-1921)
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1925-1932) merge with Hull Volants
  3. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1935-1940)
  1. (Quebec Hockey League, 1956-1957) join OHA Sr. A League
  2. (OHASr. A League (1957-1959) join EPHL
  3. (Eastern Professional Hockey League, 1959-1963) become Omaha Knights in Central Professional Hockey League
  1. (Interprovincial Hockey Union, 1913-1914) join Ottawa City League
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1915-1919)
  1. (Senior Hockey Association, 1947-1948) join ECSHL
  2. (Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League), (1948-51)
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1921-1924)
  2. (Quebec Amateur Hockey Association, Senior Group), 1925-1926)
  3. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1934-1935)
  4. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1940-1945) disbands with league
  1. (Interprovincial Hockey Union, 1908-1911)
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1919, 1920
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1921-1934)
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1937-1945) disband with league
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1920-1921)
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1934-1935)
  1. (Interprovincial Hockey Union, 1910-1914) join Ottawa City Senior League
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1915-1916)
  3. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1918-1935)
  4. (Senior Hockey Association, 1947-1948)
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1934-1936)
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1938-1943)
  3. (Senior Hockey Association, 1947-1948)
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1934-1935)
  2. (Montreal Senior Group, 1934-1937) join QSHL
  3. (Quebec Senior Hockey League, 1937-1942)
  4. (Quebec Senior Hockey League, 1945-1950) league becomes QSMHL
  5. (Quebec Senior Major Hockey League, 1950-1953) league becomes QHL
  6. (Quebec Hockey League, 1953-1954) disband December 20, 1954 due to poor attendance
  1. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1921-1923)
  2. (Ottawa City Senior League, 1934-1934) late season replacement team for LaSalle-Hull

unsorted portion of listEdit

Junior teamsEdit

University teamsEdit

ArenasEdit

  • Aberdeen Pavilion
  • Bell Sensplex
  • Dey's Arena
  • Jim Durrell Recreation Centre
  • Ottawa Auditorium
  • Rideau Skating Rink
  • Sandy Hill Arena
  • Scotiabank Place
  • Urbandale Centre
  • TD Place Arena (formerly Ottawa Civic Centre)
  • Bingham Park Rink
  • Barbara Ann Scott Arena
  • Brewer Park Rink
  • C.F.B. Ottawa Arena
  • Calzavara Park Rink
  • Cassia Park Rink
  • Brewer Arena
  • Minto Arena
  • Delude Arena
  • Tom Brown Arena
  • St. Laurent Arena
  • Belltown Dome
  • R.A. Centre
  • The Ice House (Carelton University)
  • McNabb Arena
  • University of Ottawa Sports Complex
  • R.J. Kennedy Arena
  • Brewer Skate Park Oval
  • Fred Barrett Arena
  • Cedarcroft Park Rink
  • Playfair Park Rink
  • Brian Kilrea Arena
  • Minto Skating Centre-Don Jackson Rink
  • Presland Park Rink
  • Heron Park Rink
  • Chapel Hill Park Rink
  • Jack Purcell Park Rink
  • Manor Pakr Rink
  • Weston Park Rink
  • Trojan Park Rink
  • Fairlea Park Rink
  • Carson Grove Park Rink
  • Bearbrook Park Rink
  • Gardenway Park Rink
  • Barrington Park Rink
  • Fallingbrook South Community Centre Rink
  • Blue Willow Rink
  • Fallingbrook Park Rink
  • Alcide Treaudeau Park Rink

ChampionsEdit

Stanley CupEdit


Allan CupEdit

Memorial CupEdit

PlayersEdit

LeaguesEdit

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