It is now part of the city of Cape Breton.
- Glace Bay Miners (1930s-1960s)
- (Eastern Professional Hockey League, 1914-1915) withdrew
- Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1937-1942)
- (Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1946-1950) join Cape Breton Major Hockey League
- (Cape Breton Major Hockey League, 1950-1951) join Maritime Major Hockey League
- (Maritime Major Hockey League, 1951-1954)
- (Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1956-1964) renamed Moosehead Miner
- (Cape Breton Junior B Hockey League, 1967-1968)
- (Eastern Junior A Hockey League, 1974-1980)
- (Maritime Junior A Hockey League, 1997-1997) fold before play, had moved from neighbouring Sydney, when area got QMJHL team franchise originally named Cape Breton Islanders
- (Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League, 2010-Present)
- Glace Bay Jr. Miners (1930's-present played under various names
- Glace Bay Moosehead Miners (Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1964-1964) go independent when league collapses, folded at end of 1964-65 playing season
- Glace Bay RCAF Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1942-1943)
- Glace Bay Sunocos (Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1934-1935)
- Glace Bay Sunoco Cubs (Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, 1936-1937)
- Glace Bay Miner's Forum (1931-
- BAYplex (1996-2017) undergoing major renovation due to open in 2020 likely under a new name.
- Glace Bay, Nova Scotia on Wikipedia
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