North York was a city of about 500,000 just to the north of the old city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

It has since been amalgamated into Toronto.

Hockey in North York[edit | edit source]

Teams[edit | edit source]

  1. (Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League, 1972-1981) league renamed OJAHL
  2. (Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1981-1984) renamed Red Wings
  3. (Metro Junior A Hockey League, 1992-1998) join OPJAHL
  4. (Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League, 1998-2009) join CCHL
  5. (Central Canadian Hockey League, 2009-2010) join OJHL
  1. (Ontario Junior Hockey League, 2010-Present)
  1. (Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League, 2007-2009 join OJAHL
  2. (Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 2009-2010) join OJHL
  3. (Ontario Junior Hockey League, 2010-2011) become Orangeville Flyers

College team[edit | edit source]

Seneca Sting

Arenas[edit | edit source]

  • Carnegie Centennial Centre
  • Canlan Ice Sports-York (formerly Ice Gardens at York University)
  • Goulding Arena
  • Gord & Irene Risk Community Centre
  • Don Mills Arena
  • John Booth Memorial Arena
  • Fenside Arena
  • Angela James Arena (formerly Flemingdon Arena)
  • Cummer Park Arena
  • Baycrest Arena
  • Amersbury Arena
  • Downsview Arena
  • Habitant Arena
  • Canlan Ice Sports-Victoria Park
  • Larry Grossman Forsest Hill Memorial Arena
  • York Ice Centre
  • Bayview Arena
  • Grandravine Arena
  • Seneca College Sport Centre
  • Chesswood Arenas
  • Victoria Village Arena
  • York Mills Arena
  • The Rinx Arena
  • Mitchell Field Arena
  • Gladiator Elite Hockey Academy
  • The Hangar at Downsview Park
  • Pleasantview Arena
  • Roding Arena

Players[edit | edit source]

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