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==Arenas==
 
==Arenas==
   
*[[Patrick Arena]]
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*[[Patrick Arena]] (1911-1929) destroyed by fire November 11, 1929
*[[Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre]]
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*[[Willows Arena]] (1941-1944) destroyed by fire April 1944
*[[Victoria Memorial Arena]]
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*[[Victoria Memorial Arena]] (1948-2003)
*Ian H. Stewart Complex (University of Victoria)
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*[[Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre]] (2005-Present)
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*[[Ian H. Stewart Complex]] (University of Victoria)
 
*Wurtele Arena
 
*Wurtele Arena
 
*Panorama Recreation Centre
 
*Panorama Recreation Centre
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*[[Greg Scott]]
 
*[[Greg Scott]]
 
*[[Ryan Wade]]
 
*[[Ryan Wade]]
[[Category:Canadian towns]]
 
 
[[Category:British Columbia towns]]
 
[[Category:British Columbia towns]]

Latest revision as of 08:48, October 10, 2019

Save On Foods Memorial Centre

Save On Food Memorial Centre


Victoria is a city of about 80,000 in and is the capital of British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the southern end of Vancouver Island.

TeamsEdit

  1. (Pacific Coast Hockey Association, 1913-1916) become Spokane Canaries
  2. (Pacific Coast Hockey Association, 1919-1923) renamed Cougars
  1. (1941-42 British Columbia Senior Playoffs)
  2. (Vancouver Island Senior League, 1942-1943)
  1. (Pacific Coast Hockey League, 1949-1952) join WHL
  2. (Western Hockey League, 1952-1961) folded
  1. (Pacific Coast Hockey Association, 1923-1924) join WCHL
  2. (Western Canada Hockey League,1924-1925) league renamed WHL
  3. (Western Hockey League, 1925-1926) form nucleus of Detroit Cougars of NHL
  1. (Pacific Coast Hockey Association, 1912-1913) renamed Aristocrats
  2. (Victoria City League, 1918-1922)

University teamEdit

Victoria Vikes

LeaguesEdit

ChampionsEdit

Stanley CupEdit


ArenasEdit

PlayersEdit

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