Trisan Centre
Trisan Centre
Location 25 Dillane Dr., Schomberg, Ontario, L0G 1T0
Opened April 29, 2011
Owner Township of King
Surface 200' X 85'
Construction cost $14.6 million (est)
Architect Brisbin Brook Beynon Architects (BBB Architects)
Capacity 600 - Hockey
Schomberg Minor Hockey Association, 2011–present

The Trisan Centre is a 600 seat arena in downtown Schomberg, Ontario, Canada, at the intersection of Dillane Dr and York Regional Road 27. The arena is the home of the Schomberg Cougars ice hockey team of the Ontario Hockey Association, and the Schomberg Minor Hockey Association of the Simcoe Region Minor Hockey League.[1]

Local construction company Trisan Construction purchased the naming rights to the arena for 50 years.

The Schomberg Cougars opened their inaugural season in the new Trisan Centre with a 6-2 win over the Fergus Devils on Thursday September 15, 2011 at 8:30pm. The Cougars started the scoring with a shorthanded goal by Kyle Bishop. The 1st Star of the game was Cougars' goaltender Charlie Vaccaro, who had 27 saves on the night.

The Toronto Marlies announced that the club would play two exhibition games against the Syracuse Crunch, AHL affiliate of the Anaheim Ducks, in preparation for the American Hockey League’s 76th season. The Marlies hosted the Crunch on Sunday, October 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Centre for the first of back-to-back games against their Eastern Conference opponent. The visiting Syracuse team defeated Toronto 4-1 in both team's opening exhibition match. After the game the Marlies held a full team autograph signing session for fans in attendance.[2]

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The new facility features one NHL size ice pad with seating for approximately 600, and a four sheet curling facility. The facility includes a walking/running track, a fully furnished fitness centre with strength training, spinning classes aerobic studio and cardio machines. Also included in the facility are a snack bar, pro shop, program rooms and meeting space. As well, York Region has a new two-bay paramedic response station. An EMS facility was included with the project, providing York Region with a new two-bay paramedic response station.[3]

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