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Sudbury Community Arena

Sudbury (known as Greater Sudbury since 2001) is a city of Ontario, Canada. It has a population of 157,857.

Hockey in Sudbury[]

Sudbury co-hosted the 1978 Memorial Cup with Sault Ste-Marie, Ontario

Teams[]

  1. (NOJHL, 1978-1982) renamed North Stars
  2. (NOJHL, 1983-1992) become Nickel Centre Cubs
  3. (NOJHL, 2012-2012) renamed Nickel Barons
  1. (Ontario Hockey Association Jr. A (1972-1974) league renamed OMJHL
  2. (Ontario Major Junior Hockey League, 1974-1980) league renamed OHL
  3. (OHL, 1980-Present)
  1. (NOHA Sr. A, 1951-1957) join OHA Sr. A
  2. (OHASr A, 1957-1959) join EPHL
  3. (EPHL, 1959-1963) become Indianapolis Capitals in CPHL

University team[]

College team[]

Champions[]

World Championships[]

Note: This team was actually the Frood Tigers. Since the rules of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association forbade teams named after companies, the team was known as the Sudbury Tigers.


Allan Cup[]

Note: This team was actually the Frood Tigers. Since the rules of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association forbade teams named after companies, the team was known as the Sudbury Tigers.


Memorial Cup[]

Arenas[]

Players[]

Northern Ontario Senior Playoffs[]

Season Group Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing Playoffs
1919-20 Northern 8 7 1 0 14 59 14 1st Advance to Regional Playoffs
1919-20 Regional 2 2 0 0 4 16 7 - Advance to Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs
1919-20 Eastern Canada
Allan Cup
5 4 1 0 8 27 11 - Lost Eastern Canada Final
1920-21 Southern 8 5 3 0 10 - - 2nd Eliminated
1921-22 Southern 8 5 3 0 10 60 32 2nd Eliminated
1922-23 Southern 8 4 4 0 8 25 23 T-1st Lost Final
1923-24 Southern 0 0 2 0 0 7 24 2nf Conceded after two games
1930-31 Regional 2 2 0 0 4 6 3 - Advance to Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs
1930-31 Eastern Canada
Allan Cup
3 1 2 0 2 9 10 - Lost Eastern Canada Quarterfinal
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