I have visited every OHL arena dating back to the 1950's, and this website exists to share my experiences in visiting each rink - what the arena is like, how the fans there treat opposing fans, etc.
Every time I visit another junior arena I will update the guide, plus I welcome any and all submissions at .
Barrie Colts: Barrie Arena Belleville Bulls: Yardmen Arena Brampton Battalion: Powerade Centre Brantford Alexanders: Brantford Civic Centre Cornwall Royals: Cornwall Civic Complex Detroit Ambassadors: Cobo Arena Detroit Junior Red Wings: Joe Louis Arena Detroit Whalers: Palace of Auburn Hills Detroit Whalers: Oak Park Ice Arena Erie Otters: First Niagara Center Galt Black Hawks: Galt Arena Gardens Guelph Storm: Guelph Memorial Gardens Hamilton Fincups: Mountain Arena Hamilton Red Wings: Hamilton Forum Kingston Frontenacs: Kingston Memorial Centre London Knights: London Gardens Montreal Junior Canadiens: Montreal Forum Newmarket Royals: Newmarket Recreational Complex Niagara Falls Thunder: Niagara Falls Memorial Arena Niagara Ice Dogs: Jack Gatecliff Arena Oshawa Generals: Oshawa (Hambly's) Arena Oshawa Generals: Bowmanville Memorial Arena Oshawa Generals: Oshawa Civic Auditorium Ottawa 67's: Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa 67's: Robert Guertin Arena Plymouth Whalers: Compuware Arena Sarnia Sting: Sarnia Arena Sault Ste.
Marie Greyhounds: Sault Memorial Gardens Sault Ste. Michael's Majors: Air Canada Centre Waterloo Hurricanes: Waterloo Memorial Arena Windsor Spitfires: Windsor Arena First, I must give thanks to Duncan Adams and his excellent Football Ground Guide, which is the obvious inspiration for this site, both thematically and stylistically.
Anishnaabek Community and Family Services provide human services or social services for the Sault Ste. ACFS manages 30 grant contracts, with funding from the Sault Tribe, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Health Services, U. Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Justice, USDA and state of Michigan.
The contracts are related to one another and are combined to provide the most efficient services within three primary components — Child Placement, Advocacy Resources and Direct Assistance.
Winter, spring summer or fall - you are sure to find something to do in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! Please check local areas for detailed and updated information on dates and locations.
The festival schedule offers a variety of ceremonies, workshops, and traditional entertainment free of charge.
Marie, MI 49783Phone: 906-632-1808 or toll free 800-726-0093 Melissa Van Luven Child Placement Program Manager ACFS2218 Shunk Road Sault Ste.
Marie, MI 49783Phone: 906-632-5250 or toll free 800-726-0093 St.
The Soo has its beginnings dating back to the Minneapolis, St.
Paul & Atlantic Railway, incorporated in 1883, which was built to connect its namesake cities (in the interest of shipping grain, a staple of the region) to Sault Ste.
At 17 Terry Fox Place, residents can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of a residential street, while being minutes away from daily necessities.