Sudbury Arena outside

Sudbury Community Arena

Sudbury (known as Greater Sudbury since 2001) is a city of Ontario, Canada. It has a population of 157,857.

Hockey in SudburyEdit

Sudbury co-hosted the 1978 Memorial Cup with Sault Ste-Marie, Ontario


  1. (NOJHL, 1978-1982) renamed North Stars
  2. (NOJHL, 1983-1992) become Nickel Centre Cubs
  3. (NOJHL, 2012-2012) renamed Nickel Barons
  1. (Ontario Hockey Association Jr. A (1972-1974) league renamed OMJHL
  2. (Ontario Major Junior Hockey League, 1974-1980) league renamed OHL
  3. (OHL, 1980-Present)
  1. (NOHA Sr. A, 1951-1957) join OHA Sr. A
  2. (OHASr A, 1957-1959) join EPHL
  3. (EPHL, 1959-1963) become Indianapolis Capitals in CPHL

University teamEdit

College teamEdit


World ChampionshipsEdit

Allan CupEdit

Memorial CupEdit


  • Sudbury Community Arena (1951-Present)
  • Carmichael Arena
  • Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex
  • Cambrian Arena
  • Centennial Arena (Hanmer)


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