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Red Deer is a city of about 100,000 in central Alberta, Canada about halfway between Edmonton on the north and Calgary on the south.

Red Deer hosted the 1995 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and the 2016 Memorial Cup.

The city also hosted the 2019 Canada Winter Games.

Red Deer is also home to the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.


  1. Central Alberta Hockey League, (1958-1966) join WCSHL
  2. Western Canada Senior Hockey League, (1966-1967)
  3. Chinook Hockey League (1973-1977)
  4. North Central Hockey League (Alberta) , (2018-present)
  • Junior Level
  1. (Western Canada Hockey League, 1967) entry blocked by Alberta Amateur Hockey Association, joined Alberta Junior Hockey League on orders of AAHA
  2. (Alberta Junior Hockey League, 1967-1985) sit out 1 year to reorganize ownership
  3. (Alberta Junior Hockey League, 1986-1989) expelled from league, officially folded in 1992 when Rebels started play


  • ENMAX Centrium (1991-Present)
  • Servus Arena (2018-Present)
  • Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
  • Rosedale Rink
  • South HIll Rink
  • Joseph Welsh School Rink
  • Highland Green Rink
  • Grandview School Rink
  • Mountainview School Rink
  • Victoria Park Rink
  • Eastview Estates Rink
  • Woodlea Rink
  • Douglas Park Rink
  • Pines School Rink
  • West Park Elementary School Rink
  • Lancaster Rink
  • Lonsdale Rink
  • Dawson Park Rink
  • Normandeau School Rink
  • McLean Park Rink
  • Riverside Meadows Rink
  • Kentwood Rink
  • Oriole Park School Rink
  • Bower Place Rink
  • Red Deer Arena
  • Kinsmen Twin Arenas
  • Collicutt Centre
  • Family Skating Oval
  • Kinex Arena
  • Dawe Centre
  • Anders Rink
  • Aspen Heights School Rink
  • Annie L. Gaetz Rink


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