Tribute Communities Centre – Oshawa Generals

Tribute Communities Centre – Oshawa Generals

The Generals are the class of the nation on and off the ice. No team can claim to have won more than they have and no team can match the combination of stunning new arena and magnificent history on display. Attending a Generals game is one of those OHL experiences that feel like the NHL in miniature, but with the history and community passion that is found in cities where hockey has always been played, and without the corporate nonsense. The club is also ingrained in the community and a big part of civic spirit. For an introduction to OHL hockey, or for any fan of the game, visiting Oshawa is a more than worthwhile experience, exceedingly convenient, and absolutely one of the best sporting experiences in the country.

Maple Leaf Cricket Club – Canada Dry Global T20 Tournament

Maple Leaf Cricket Club – Canada Dry Global T20 Tournament

The first edition of the GT20 Canada tournament was a learning curve for its organizers, but was a tremendous boon for cricket and for the sport in Canada. For fans, it was a terrific time to see global stars in an intimate environment. Going forward, the tournament will surely grow and could very conceivably become a fixture on the summer calendar for Canada. For any cricket fan, a trip to Toronto is an absolute must. It is an entrancing summer city and the cricket on offer is second-to-none. If this is the start of cricket’s renaissance in Canada, the future is very bright!

Coca-Cola Coliseum – Toronto Marlies

Coca-Cola Coliseum – Toronto Marlies

Past temples of the game still host regular hockey in Toronto; Maple Leaf Gardens and Varsity Arena are two great examples, but no arena manages to retain its historical flair and combine it with modern conveniences quite like Ricoh Coliseum, the home of the legendary Toronto Marlborough Hockey Club, later known as the Marlboros, then the Marlies.

Canadian Cricket League Launching This Month

Canadian Cricket League Launching This Month

Canada’s domestic sporting scene has been abuzz lately with news of the launch of the Canadian Premier League, and its promise to bring top-level soccer to cities across the country. However, another new league will be launching later this month and promising to bring an internationally-popular sport to the country, and in fact to revive its original national sport.