The winner of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) playoffs and Frank L. Buckland Trophy compete for the Dudley Hewitt Cup with the winners of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, Superior International Junior Hockey League and the host team. The OJHL consist currently of 22 teams.

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Community Recreation Centre has 2 NHL sized arenas, one full sized gymnasium and recreation options for kids, adults, seniors!

HarborCenter is a mixed-use development in Buffalo, New York that was developed by Pegula Sports and Entertainment. The development features retail and restaurant space, a 205-room Buffalo Marriott HarborCenter Hotel, as well as two hockey rinks…

Formerly known as the North York Centennial Arena, this facility was renamed May 2, 2001 to honour the former hockey star Herbert H. Carnegie who passed away in March 2012. The centre features an indoor ice rink which in the summer becomes an indoor…

All four of the INVISTA Centre’s ice pads are NHL-sized and the dressing rooms enjoy radiant in-floor heating thanks to energy captured by this LEED®-standard building’s rink-refrigeration systems.

Situated on 50 acres of parkland, the Iroquois Park Sports Centre (IPSC) is Canada’s largest municipally owned and operated recreation facility. Inside, there are six (6) arenas, including a large stadium arena, two pools, a fully licensed…

The Lindsay Recreation Complex boasts a 25 metre, 6 lane pool, a small therapeutic warm pool, saunas, change facilities and showers, 2 ice pads, a variety of aquatic and land fitness classes, a fully equipped weight training/cardiovascular fitness…

This Centre offers many opportunities to get active, focus on health and wellness, and enjoy time with family, friends and neighbours. Conveniently located on McCowan Road at Bullock Drive next to Centennial GO Station and Markville Mall, Centennial…

Built to LEED Silver standards, this facility includes the latest in environmentally sustainable building technology. This is a comfortable, modern and inviting place for tournaments, recreational skating and shinny, as well as summer events such as…

​​Newmarket’s Ray Twinney Recreation Complex, located at 100 Eagle Street West, features two arenas, a large indoor pool with seating, snack bars, and change room facilities. The Ray Twinney Recreation Complex is also the home of the…

Sixteen Mile Sports Complex is the Town of Oakville’s new state-of-the-art quad pad arena. This fully-accessible facility features one Olympic-sized ice pad with seating for 1,500 spectators, three NHL-sized ice pads, 20 change rooms, two community…

The school arena is located in the middle of the campus running north-south. The 45,000 square foot arena is a single-pad facility with an ice surface of 180 x 80 feet with seating capacity for 1000 people. The facility also includes the Mporium, St…