Robert Guertin Centre
Robert Guertin Centre interior
Location 125 Rue Carillon
Gatineau, Quebec J8X 2P8
Opened 1952
Owner Gilles Sauvé, Alain Sear
Former names Hull Arena, Robert Guertin Arena
Tenants Gatineau Olympiques
(Since 1973)
Ottawa 67's
(1967 only)
Capacity Hockey: 4,000 (total)
3,196 (seated)

The Robert Guertin Centre, formerly Hull Arena and nicknamed “The Bob”, is a 4,000 capacity (3,196 seated) multi-purpose arena in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It was built in 1952 and is home to the Gatineau Olympiques. The arena also briefly hosted the Ottawa 67's in 1967, while the Ottawa Civic Centre was under construction. The arena hosted the Memorial Cup in 1997, 1982, and 1958. It is also the site of an international midget hockey tournament which is held every January. It is considered by many Gatineau residents, particularly of the Hull sector, as a cultural and sport heritage location for the region.

There were several discussions regarding the future of the arena as the structure showed signs of deterioration. It was in 2001, that team owners of the Olympiques first discussed the idea of playing at a new rink with a larger capacity. Renovations were made to the arena in 2003 and 2004 but it slightly reduced the number of seats due to safety reasons.

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