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Toronto is the largest city in Canada, and is the provincial capital of Ontario, making it the seat of the provincial Crown. It is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. With over 2.5 million residents, it is the fifth-most populous municipality in North America, and the 46th most populous in the world.

Its metropolitan area of over 5 million is the seventh largest in Canada and the United States, behind New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, and Houston.

Toronto is home to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Leagues[edit | edit source]

Teams[edit | edit source]

Major League[edit | edit source]

Minor League[edit | edit source]

  1. (Canadian Professional Hockey League, 1928-29) folded
  2. (International Hockey League, 1929-1930) folded

Ontario Hockey Association Junior Level (pre-1933 split)[edit | edit source]

Ontario Hockey Association Junior A (1933-1974)[edit | edit source]

  1. (OHA Jr. A 1937-1961) join Metro Toronto Junior A League
  2. (Metro Toronto Junior A League, 1961-1963) rejoin OHA Jr. A
  3. (OHA Jr. A 1963-1974) join Ontario Major Junior Hockey League
  1. (OHA Jr. A 1941-1961) join Metro Toronto Junior A League
  2. (Metro Toronto Junior A League, 1961-1962) franchise transferred to McNeil High School
  1. (OHA Jr. A 1933-1940) renamed Bowles Rangers
  2. (OHA Jr. A 1941-1942) drop out of league
  3. (OHA Jr. A 1943-1948) drop out of league

Ontario Hockey Association Junior B[edit | edit source]

Major Junior[edit | edit source]

  1. (Ontario Major Junior Hockey League, 1974-1980) league renamed OHL
  2. (Ontario Hockey League, 1980-1989) become Hamilton Dukes

Junior A[edit | edit source]

  1. (Metro Junior A Hockey League,1990-1995) join OJHL
  2. (Ontario Junior Hockey League, 1995-1997) take leave of absence, return for 1999-2000 season
  3. (Ontario Junior Hockey League, 1999-2009) join CCHL
  4. (Central Canadian Hockey League, 2009-2010) to OJHL
  5. (Ontario Junior Hockey League, 2010-Present)
  1. (Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League, 2006-2009) join CCHL
  2. (Central Canadian Hockey League, 2009-2010) rejoin OJHL
  3. (Ontario Junior Hockey League, 2010-Present)

Ontario Hockey Association Senior (pre-1929 split)[edit | edit source]

Ontario Senior A Hockey League, (1929-1936, 1937-1979)[edit | edit source]

Toronto and York Merchantile League (1936-1937)[edit | edit source]

Was only senior A league in province for this season

OHA Sr. B (1929-1950) with breaks[edit | edit source]

note: Senior B continued until at least 1960 with Senior A, Senior B, and Intermediate levels being mixed

OHA Major (1950-1951)[edit | edit source]

Intermediate[edit | edit source]

Intermediate A[edit | edit source]

Women's[edit | edit source]

  1. (Central Ontario Women's Hockey League, 1992-1994 or 5)
  2. (National Women's Hockey League, 2003-2006) moved to Mississauga
  3. (Canadian Women's Hockey League, 2010-2011)

University teams[edit | edit source]

School teams[edit | edit source]

Not sorted into above list[edit | edit source]

  1. (Canadian International Hockey League, 2014-2014) ithdrew to join WUHL
  2. (World United Hockey League, 2014-Present)

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Mutual Street Arena

Champions[edit | edit source]

Stanley Cup[edit | edit source]


Olympic Champions[edit | edit source]

World Championships[edit | edit source]

Allan Cup[edit | edit source]


Toronto Marlboros

Memorial Cup[edit | edit source]

Royal Bank Cup[edit | edit source]


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University Cup[edit | edit source]

Arenas[edit | edit source]

Air Canada Centre


Players[edit | edit source]

Map of Toronto and area

Neighbourhoods[edit | edit source]

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