Enmax Centre


Lethbridge is a city of about 85,000 people in southern Alberta, Canada.

Teams[edit | edit source]

  1. (Western Canada Hockey League, 1974-1978) league renamed WHL
  2. (Western Hockey League, 1978-1986) moved to Swift Current
  1. (West Kootenay Hockey League, 1937-1938) join Alberta Senior Hockey League
  2. (Alberta Senior Hockey League, 1938-1941) join Alberta-British Columbia Senior League
  3. (Alberta-British Columbia Senior League, 1941-1942)
  4. (Western Canada Senior Hockey League, 1946-1950)
  5. (Alberta Big Six League, 1958-1961)
  1. (Southern Alberta Junior League, 1946-1948) join WCJHL
  2. (Western Canada Junior Hockey League, 1948-1956)
  3. (Alberta-British Columbia-Montana Hockey League, 1959-1960)
  4. (Alberta Big Six League, 1960-1964)
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1963-1964) senior level league, joined AJHL
  2. (Alberta Junior Hockey League, 1964-1973)

University Team[edit | edit source]


Arenas[edit | edit source]

  • ENMAX Centre (1974-)
  • Lethbridge Arena (1922-1972) destroyed by fire March 13, 1972
  • Labor Club Ice Centre
  • Nicholas Sheran Ice Centre (1985-
  • Civic Ice Centre (1950-)
  • Logan Boulet Arena (1960- )renamed from Adams Park Ice Centre on October 26, 2019
  • Henderson Ice Centre (1975-)
  • ATB Centre

Champions[edit | edit source]

University Cup[edit | edit source]

1993-94 Lethbridge Pronghorns


Players[edit | edit source]

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