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.

Centre Air Creebec – Les Foreurs de Val-d’Or

Centre Air Creebec – Les Foreurs de Val-d’Or

Avec une population de 31 000 personnes, la ville de Val-d’Or est une des plus petites villes de toute la Ligue canadienne de hockey. Cependant, les Foreurs de Val-d’Or de la LHJMQ sont un retour aux sources et ils rétablissent un hockey simple et pur. Il a pris 16 longues années pour le hockey junior du niveau le plus haut d’être emmené au « vallée d’or ». Cependant, en 1993, un constructeur local, Jean-Claude Babin, a obtenu une franchise de la LHJMQ qui serait possédée par les actionnaires du coin qui inclut le PDG de l’entreprise G4 Drilling, Daniel Gamache.

Celebrating A Century of Memorial Cup in Regina

Celebrating A Century of Memorial Cup in Regina

Combine the cross-Canadian appeal of the football’s Grey Cup with the Canadian love for hockey, and throw in a hearty dose of appreciation for Canadian military history, and you have one very Canadian combination. Consider that this combination exists in trophy form, and that said trophy has been hoisted 99 times by Canada’s junior hockey champions, and place the hundredth edition of the storied tournament in the heartland of the country, and you have one epic occasion to celebrate a century of junior hockey in the country.