Windsor is a city of about 200,000 people at the southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is across the river from Detroit, Michigan.


  1. (Canadian Professional Hockey League, 1928-1929) join IHL
  2. (International Hockey League, 1929-1936) join MOHL
  3. (Michigan-Ontario Hockey League, 1936-1937)
  4. (OHA Senior A Hockey League, 1953-1963) join IHL
  5. (International Hockey League, 1963-1964) folded
  1. (OHA Senior B, 1929-1931) moved to Intermediate A
  2. (OHA Intermediate A (1931-1932) join MOHL and Ontario Senior B
  3. (OHA Junior, 1931-1932)
  4. (OHA Senior B, 1932-1935)
  5. (Michigan-Ontario Hockey League, 1932-1935) also known as Grand Trunk
  1. (Michigan-Ontario Hockey League, 1940-1942)
  2. (OHA Senior B, 1941-1942)
  3. (International Hockey League, 1945-1947) renamed Hettche Spitfires
  4. (OHA Junior A, 1946-1953) drop out of league
  5. (Western Ontario Junior B Hockey League,1964-1965) folded
  6. (Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1971-1975)  join OMJHL
  7. (Ontario Major Junior Hockey League, 1975-1980) league renamed OHL
  8. (Ontario Hockey League, 1980-1984) renamed Compuware Spitfires
  9. (Ontario Hockey League, 1989-Present)
  1. Michigan-Ontario Hockey League, 1932-1934) join OHA Sr. B
  2. (OHA Junior A, 1933-1934) withdrew
  3. (OHA Senior B, 1934-1935)

University teamsEdit


Allan CupEdit

Memorial CupEdit

Queen's CupEdit


  • WFCU Centre
  • Windsor Arena
  • Riverside Arena
  • Lions Outdoor Rink (Lanspeary Park)
  • Central Park Athletics (formerly Ice Park Arena)
  • Charles Clark Square Skating Rink
  • Forest Glade Arena
  • Adstoll Arena
  • Adie Knox Herman Arena
  • South Windsor Arena


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