Capitol Theatre in Chatham.

Chatham was a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada.

It is now part of the city of Chatham-Kent, which has a population of over 100,000.

Teams[edit | edit source]

  1. Ontario Hockey Association Senior B, 1932-1935)
  2. Michigan-Ontario Hockey League, 1932-1939) go inactive due to war; organization returns in 1949
  3. Ontario Hockey Association Senior B, 1937-1939)
  4. (International Hockey League, 1949-1952) join OHA Sr. A
  5. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior B, 1949-1950) to OHA Sr. A
  6. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior A, 1950-1951) to OHA Sr B
  7. Ontario Hockey Association Senior B, 1951-1952) to OHA Sr A
  8. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior A, 1952-1963) join IHL
  9. (International Hockey League, 1963-1964) folded
  10. (Western Ontario Junior B Hockey League, 1964-1968) league elevated to Jr A
  11. (Western Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1968-1970) league renamed SOJAHL
  12. (Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1970-1976) folded
  13. (OHA Senior A Hockey League, 1980-1985) renamed Pontiacs
  1. (Ontario Hockey Association, 1985-1986) join Seaway-Cyclone Senior B Hockey League
  2. (Southwestern Senior A Hockey League, 1990-1992)

Players[edit | edit source]

Arenas[edit | edit source]

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