Every time the guide is updated, details will appear on this page.
August 20, 2006: My time on the Rock is pretty much over and done with, as I will be leaving the island for Ontario this coming Friday. There will be no updates next week or the week after, and the site will re-launch for 2006-07 around Labour Day, with updated ticket prices and a new page for the Steelback Centre.
August 2, 2006: A happy Regatta Day to all you Newfoundlanders out there. Updated is a new picture of KeyArena in Seattle, home of the Thunderbirds.
July 27, 2006: Apologies for not updating Picture of the Week before now, I had an update ready but I've been having minor server issues. It's online now, as is an exterior shot of the Colisée de Québec.
July 17, 2006: What I was saying yesterday about Wikipedia and copyleft, just add to it. A new picture of the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena has been added.
July 16, 2006: I love the intrepid photographers of Wikipedia, who take great pictures and license them under copyleft licenses so that I can post them here! New for today is a picture of the Keystone Centre, home of the Brandon Wheat Kings. I also alphabetized that list as it's gotten long enough to make it worthwhile to do so.
July 12, 2006: The rumours that have been flying these past couple weeks were confirmed today as the St. Mike's Majors announced they will be moving into the Hershey Centre for 2007-08, while the IceDogs will be re-sold and moved out of town. If I'm allowed to editorialize a little bit, I think this is a positive move for the OHL as it will clear out the glut of teams in the GTA; finally remove the fun but substandard College Arena from major junior hockey, and expand the league into a new market. Niagara Falls is said to have the upper hand, and there are rumours of a new arena being in the works in the Thorold Stone Road area between Niagara Falls and St. Catharines. Cornwall and North Bay are believed to have an outside shot, as is Western New York State. It's all very convoluted, but in the end I believe it is a positive move for this league.
July 9, 2006: I've done one of my periodic sweeps of the website, re-reading absolutely everything and making sure that it's all up to date. Other than the Sault page (which will be drastically re-written obviously), most of the information here should now be current and correct once more. Picture of the Week still updates every Sunday as well. I've also added official notes about temporary homes to the Rangers, Wolves and Greyhounds pages (scroll to the bottom for the "notes" section). Finally, Google Satellite now has hi-res satellite pictures of a number more OHL buildings including North Bay, Oshawa and Owen Sound. Links have been added to every relevant page on the Guide.
July 8, 2006: More news - the schedule has been released, and an opening dates have been set for the new buildings this year. The new arena in the Sault will open October 11 with a game against Sudbury. Meanwhile, the Oshawa Civic Auditorium's last game is scheduled for October 29; a Sunday nighter against the Frontenacs. The following Friday, the new Oshawa Gardens will open with a game against Owen Sound. As is becoming custom around here, I'll make up new pages when the new rinks open, and I will definitely promise to make the trip to the new Oshawa building this year. As for the Sault, it's more difficult to say, but I will do my best.
July 2, 2006: For those of you who haven't yet heard, rumours are flying around the OHL in the usually quiet summer season. St. Mike's owner and multi-zillionaire Eugene Melnyk is said to be buying the Mississauga IceDogs, which means he'll have two teams this upcoming season. If the rumours are to be believed, after the 2006-07 season, the Majors will move into the Hershey Centre while the IceDogs will be re-sold, to Cornwall/St. Catharines/Western New York/Niagara Falls/North Bay/the Moon. I haven't updated team pages yet given that this is still all hearsay, but it's entirely possible that a major league shakeup could be in the cards. Stay tuned.
June 16, 2006: Sault Memorial Gardens is now officially nothing but rubble. Gone but not forgotten.
June 11, 2006: Sigh... I have been informed that there are even more temporary buildings in the OHL's chequered history. This isn't entirely unexpected, but it's just serving to underscore how easily this project could spiral out of control if I allowed it to get there. The Sault Greyhounds apparently played part of the 1979 season at the Norris Center on the campus of Lake Superior State University in Sault, Michigan, while the Gardens was undergoing roof repairs. In addition, the Sudbury Wolves played assorted home games at the Walden Community Centre in nearby Lively, Ontario in the early 1980's when the team was drawing so poorly that it wasn't worth booking Sudbury Arena. I haven't yet decided what I am going to do about the new information, but I will definitely catalogue it in some way. Stay tuned. If you know of any more temporary buildings to raise my blood pressure further, let me know. Finally, Picture of the Week has been updated, as always.
June 4, 2006: The deeper I dig into the archives, the more I discover I don't know. Or, moreover, I discover that arena scheduling conflicts have been ongoing since time immemorial and there's no way I can dig through fifty years of match reports to discover each and every temporary building used by the league. (Just yesterday I discovered that the Rangers once played a few playoff games once in Waterloo due to a scheduling conflict at the Aud, for example.) Like I say, there is really no way that I can figure it all out and go to all the one-time buildings in league history. But that said, I discovered two major things that deserve mentioning - the Toronto Marlboros played about half their home games in 1975-76 at the Markham Centennial Centre (2300 seats, built 1972, currently home of the Markham Waxers) and about half their home games in 1976-77 at the Brantford Civic Centre, of all places. Since it was a half-season home to a team in the league I will do my best to get to Markham at some point in the future, but if I should discover that some team played one game in the 1960's at some random 800-seat building, I sincerely doubt that my dedication will be great enough to make the point of going there. Oh, and I also uploaded a picture of Scotiabank Place to the 67's page, given that the team has played the odd home game there over the years.
June 1, 2006: New information and an added arena history section to the Hamilton Forum page following some archival research.
May 31, 2006: More on the new arena "front" - Kingston City Council voted 8-5 last night to proceed with the construction of a new arena on the North Block site. More information and architectural drawings can be seen on the Frontenacs page. Another OHL building now officially has limited life left in it. The city hopes that the new building will be open by the end of the calendar year 2007.
May 28, 2006: It was announced on Friday that the new arena in Sault Ste. Marie will be named the "Steelback Centre" after corporate sponsor Steelback Brewery. For those who have written in to ask, I don't know when I will get up to the Sault to take in the new building; it will depend on the league schedule and a lot of other factors, but I definitely plan to go this coming season. I also will add a page for the new building (and move the Gardens to the former arenas section) in the fall when the new building opens.
May 12, 2006: It's not every day that I get to add a new former arena to the page; especially when I thought I was done! Last week I was doing unrelated research at London Public Library and discovered almost by accident that the 1970 Knights-Marlboros playoff series was played at a "North York Arena", and not at Maple Leaf Gardens! Further research over the past week has identified the mystery building as the North York Centennial Centre, so that building has been added to the Guide, and once again, I can say I have been to every current and former building in the OHL dating back to the 1950's. I also contributed to that record by visiting Metro Junior A League veterans Brampton Memorial Arena and Crosby Memorial Arena yesterday on my way to Peterborough; check the OHA History page for pictures. Finally, I took another excellent new picture of the Peterborough Memorial Centre yesterday while attending Game 4. Congratulations to the Petes; it was an honour to be in attendance at the celebration, and good luck in the Memorial Cup.
May 9, 2006: More demolition photos of the Guelph Memorial Gardens.
May 8, 2006: Two new pictures and some slight re-writing to the Peterborough page following my recent visit. In addition, the Petes' installation of a full video scoreboard has bumped them up in the OHL rankings from a 625 to a 635, although they are still ranked fifth. Finally, I stopped in Bowmanville on my way up to Peterborough and took a picture of the site of Bowmanville Memorial Arena.
May 7, 2006: Due to a hard drive crash in Ontario there won't be a Picture of the Week this week either (I'm sorry), but I have capped off some recent research by expanding the Memorial Cup Champions section. The list now includes every host city(s) and arena(s) dating back to 1919. (I will soon add links to arena profiles, but I'm too tired right now.) The book "The Memorial Cup: Canada's National Junior Hockey Championship" by Richard Lapp & Alec Macaulay was a great help in research and I would highly recommend it. I will be in Peterborough for Game 2 of the OHL finals on Sunday and will expand the Petes page with new photos soon!
April 30, 2006: No picture of the week this week. In a move showing a stunning lack of foresight I neglected to bring any of my picture archives back from the Rock with me. I'll try to take some this week and have more to show next week, plus I should be in Peterborough and the GTA for photo-taking at some point within the next few weeks.
April 26, 2006: More photos from the ongoing demoliton of Guelph Memorial Gardens.
April 24, 2006: Back safely in Ontario and looking forward to getting to OHL games in the near future, including Guelph tomorrow. In update news, I have added scans of the ticket stubs from my QMJHL road trip now than I have access to a scanner again.
April 22, 2006: Picture of the Week has gone up early this week because I will be airborne first thing tomorrow morning. Looking forward to being back in Ontario and taking in games at the JLC, GSEC, and, if the Knights make the final, either Barrie or Peterborough as well.
April 21, 2006: I will be back in Ontario between April 23 and May 21 this year. I will be going to the JLC for all the Knights playoff games from Game 5 onward, plus I will be at Game 4 in Guelph as well. Looking forward to being home and hopefully there will be some other updates from Ontario as well while I'm home.
April 16, 2006: The man, the legend, Jason Cormier enters the Hall of Fame.
April 13, 2006: A new WHL arena added, thanks to correspondent Tony Pellerin. It's the Art Hauser Centre, home of the Prince Albert Raiders.
April 9, 2006: More former QMJHL buildings in Montreal, from Alex Read. Specifically, an interior shot of the Bell Centre (how did he get up on the catwalk?), pics of Maurice Richard Arena, and another shot of the Verdun Auditorium.
April 7, 2006: Some new WHL and QMJHL submissions to whet your appetites. New pictures are posted of the Verdun Auditorium, courtesy Alex Read. In addition, I've turned up a couple free-usage WHL pictures that I don't violate copyright law by posting. Newly posted is an exterior picture of the Portland Memorial Coliseum, and an exterior picture of the Moose Jaw Civic Centre.
April 3, 2006: A new, brighter interior shot of the Sudbury Arena, courtesy Gilles Barriault.
March 29, 2006: Well, the last OHL game has been played at the Sault Memorial Gardens. The last goal was scored in overtime by David Bolland. As far as I've heard, the building will remain open for the next couple weeks to finish off the local hockey season, and then demolition work will begin in late April. If you live in the Sault and would be willing to take demolition photos, please email me. The old rink is now gone but not forgotten. As for the new building, I will keep the Gardens page as the "home of the Hounds" on this site until the new building opens, and I am going to try my hardest to get to a game up there at some point in 2006-07. Oh, and on an unrelated note, I've added links to Google Satellite views of each OHL arena that's available in high-definition. Check out the Plymouth, Sault, Sudbury, Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto, Ottawa and Windsor pages for links.
March 26, 2006: My ongoing "replace the crappy old scanned 35mm prints" project is almost complete, thanks to a beautiful interior shot of the Barrie Molson Centre. Thanks to Duct Tape of OHLPhotos.com for sending it in. Also, Picture of the Week still updates Sundays, and the next few weeks will exclusively feature shots of the Sault Memorial Gardens, which may have as little as one game left (tomorrow) in its history before it meets the wrecker's ball.
March 22, 2006: The last-ever regular season game at the Sault Memorial Gardens has been played. There's just the playoffs to go, and then the wreckers move in. So if you're still demuring about making the trip, stop it and get up there! Incidentally, if you happen to pick up a commemorative program from the last game, check out a few of the pictures taken by me. Thanks to the Hounds organization for sending me a copy, and you're welcome for taking the photos!
March 17, 2006: A gallery of photos from the ongoing demolition of Guelph Memorial Gardens, courtesy brave correspondent Brian Barton.
March 13, 2006: I have now visited enough former QMJHL arenas to warrant giving them their own gallery. It's not likely I'll finish the list any time soon, but at least I can post a few more pictures that I have lying around.
March 12, 2006: It's Sunday, so Picture of the Week is updated.
March 10, 2006: I promised a surprise for today, so here it is: My good friend Todd Faber of The Asylum Maineiacs Blog has created a full profile for the Colisee Lewiston, home of the Lewiston Maineiacs! I've never been to a game in Lewiston so the opinions expressed are his, and I would like to thank him for a worthwhile and excellent update to the Guide.
March 9, 2006: The Halifax Metro Centre has now been added to the Guide. One more update coming tomorrow!
March 8, 2006: P.E.I.'s Charlottetown Civic Centre is now added to the Guide. Halifax is still to come tomorrow, and a surprise update Friday.
March 7, 2006: Added to the Guide is the K.C. Irving Regional Centre in Bathurst, New Brunswick, home of the Acadie-Bathurst Titan. Don't forget, PEI updates tomorrow and Halifax on Thursday, and then a surprise is coming on Friday!
March 6, 2006: Well, my trip went off without a hitch. I saw a great deal of the Maritimes, including my first ever visit to Prince Edward Island (which was beautiful). As it turns out the game in Bathurst was by far the best of the three; a new arena that managed to be charming, two great teams that hate each other, a raucous crowd including a full busload of Moncton fans, and a back and forth seesaw of a game that the Titan pulled out 6-5 with a goal near the end of regulation. Meanwhile, Charlottetown is an incredible city filled with beautiful Georgian brick buildings and friendly people. I'm going to be writing full venue profiles for the three buildings that I visited this weekend, with the Bathurst update tomorrow, PEI on Wednesday and Halifax on Thursday. But in the meantime, I've been sitting on this for a long time and now I'm finally going to release it: a profile of Centre Marcel-Dionne in Drummondville, which I visited in January 2005. 5/18 Q buildings are in the books!
March 2, 2006: Thanks to a stupid RV show taking over the Moncton Coliseum, the game on Sunday that I was planning to attend was moved from a 4PM to 7PM start. A minor inconvenience for most, a complete rearranging of a weekend for me, as I fly from Halifax back to St. John's at 10:30 PM that night. So after spending most of today on the phone, I've got my hotels rearranged and tickets changed when possible, and I have an entirely new itinerary. Tomorrow, March 3, I will be attending the Wildcats-Titan game in Bathurst. March 4 will see me in Charlottetown, and March 5 I will be in Halifax at the Metro Centre. I still hope to see some Maritimers while I'm down on the mainland, so hopefully anyone who was planning to say hi will still seek out the guy decked in Fog Devils/Knights gear, even though it's a different day. Special thanks to the Moncton Wildcats for refunding the price of my ticket and to the PEI Rocket for switching my ticket from Friday to Saturday. Huge boos to the RV sellers and buyers of Southeastern New Brunswick for forcing this major rearrangement. It still should work out for me though, and check back next week for a trip report.
March 1, 2006: The update so nice I did it twice? Another new entrant to the Hall of Fame.
February 28, 2006: A new entrant to the Hall of Fame.
February 26, 2006: My most excellent correspondent Kevin Fox has sent a picture of the demolition of Waterloo Memorial Arena in 2001. Continuing with our demolition theme, this week's Picture of the Week is a shot of Guelph Gardens in happier times. Picture of the Week will not be updated until Monday next week, as I will be out of town on the weekend. I will be seeing the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles play a three-game road trip, in PEI on Friday, March 3, Halifax on March 4, and Moncton on March 5. If you're in any of those cities and see a guy in London Knights or St. John's Fog Devils gear, it's probably me. Don't hesitate to say hi.
February 23, 2006: A picture uploaded of Ontario Motor Sales, which now occupies the site of Hambly Arena in Oshawa, courtesy Chris Mayberry of ScorePics.ca.
February 21, 2006: The great history update concludes today with the last previously-unchronicled OHL arena to be used in the post-war period, the Waterloo Memorial Arena, once home of the Waterloo Hurricanes. I've also added a major narrative history of the early days of the Ontario Hockey League.
February 20, 2006: The focus on the early years of the OHL continues with a massive update of Oshawa Generals history. Two new pages are now online, focusing on the Oshawa (Hambly's) Arena that burned in 1953, and on the temporary home of the reborn Gens from the 1960's, the Bowmanville Memorial Arena. I also have a gallery online of pictures from the legendary Oshawa Arena Fire, courtesy the Hambly family of Oshawa (whom I thank profusely). There's still more history on the way too, check back within the next few days for more.
February 19, 2006: This website in the past has primarily focused on the OHL from the birth of its modern era with the demise of the Metro Junior League in Toronto in 1963. A few pages have been written chronicling the OHA's earlier history, but information has been hard to find given the lack of quality record-keeping from that period. However, new information has come to light following extensive research, and I am hoping to better chronicle the 1946-63 period in the OHL in the future. This process starts with a building that I love but never knew until recently was a former OHA arena - William Allman Memorial Arena in Stratford. A new full page has been written and is now online. In the coming weeks and months expect to see more information about the earlier days of the OHA. Oh, and Picture of the Week has been updated as well, given that today is Sunday.
February 17, 2006: Demolition of the Guelph Memorial Gardens is now well underway. The City of Guelph has architectural drawings of the offices that will be built onsite as well as a webcam set up to follow the demoliton and construction process, both of which have been added to the Gardens page.
February 12, 2006: I'm not going to post a notice every Sunday, but because it's a new feature still, the Picture of the Week has been updated.
February 9, 2006: A momentous day on the Guide as pictures of the Centre Georges-Vézina in Chicoutimi finally have been sent. Many thanks to Simon! This brings our total of Q rinks pictured to 18/18. Thank you to all those who have donated your photos. And for those of you in WHL territory... please send what you've got! Also, don't forget to check back on Sunday for a new Picture of the Week.
February 5, 2006: Some more news to share - Mountain Arena in Hamilton has undergone a major renovation and renaming. Details on the Mountain page. In addition, a new picture of the old Oshawa Arena has been found, courtesy the Oshawa Times newspaper. And finally, a new feature on this site launches today - Picture of the Week. There were a few posted on the old Forum on this site, and I wanted to continue the feature on the site now that the Forum has been shut down. Picture of the Week should update every Sunday.
January 31, 2006: Big news out of the Garden City - a group of investors is looking to massively renovate Jack Gatecliff Arena in a similar way to the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, with an eye to bringing in an OHL team in 2007-08. Details and architectural rendering on the St. Catharines page. We also have a new entrant to the Hall of Fame.
January 25, 2006: Two new pictures of Cape Breton, courtesy Jon Patterson.
January 17, 2006: A massive QMJHL update, with new pictures from PEI courtesy Nova Scotian Allen Galley, and pictures from Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or courtesy Mainer Rob O'Connell. This brings the number of QMJHL arenas that aren't listed on the site down to... one. Surely someone out there has been to Chicoutimi? In other news, I have booked a QMJHL road trip for March 3-5, and as such I will be attending games in PEI on March 3, Halifax on March 4 and Moncton on March 5. If you're interested in saying hi to me at those games, drop me an email, or alternately just look for the only guy at those games wearing either a London Knights or St. John's Fog Devils jersey. Finally, the forum on this website was accidentally deleted in a botched update. I haven't decided if I want to bring it back or not; if you would miss it let me know.
January 9, 2006: Similarly to the "I've done all 20" list, I've finally finished going to every single former arena both inside and out with my recent visit to Newmarket. A new writeup and picture are posted. In addition, I've posted a ticket stub from yesterday's London-Kitchener game. Back to St John's tomorrow!
January 6, 2006: A new picture and writeup from Joe Louis Arena following my recent visit.
January 1, 2006: Happy New Year! The front page has finally been redesigned with a new banner featuring all 20 OHL centre ice logos. Thanks to Duct Tape of OHLPhotos.com for sending the pictures of Barrie and Mississauga.
December 30, 2005: It's a sad day in Royal City, as demolition has commenced on the old Guelph Memorial Gardens. Correspondent Kevin Fox sent in a picture. On a happier note, another WHL arena has been added to the gallery - the Cranbrook RecPlex, home of the Kootenay Ice.
December 20, 2005: A new picture of the Forest City Velodrome, currently occupying the old London Gardens.
December 18, 2005: What the heck. A new picture of the JLC in London. It's changed a bit since 2003.
December 17, 2005: 15 Q arenas down, 3 to go. New pictures of the Centre Henry-Leonard in Baie-Comeau, courtesy GoDrakkarGo.com.
December 13, 2005: I'm back in London for the month, and I've got a game schedule pretty much arranged. I've got Knights tickets for Dec. 16 and 17, as well as Jan. 6. I'm also going to the Red Wings game on Jan. 5 and possibly AHL games in Hamilton, Grand Rapids, and Toronto. In the meantime, being home means having access to a scanner once again, so I present the ticket stub to the first home game in Fog Devils history.
December 5, 2005: A new entrant to the Hall of Fame! I return to London on December 9 and should be attending at least one Knights game in the period between December 9 and January 10. I am also going to an NHL game at Joe Louis Arena in early January, and hope to make a couple trips to take photos while I'm home as well, so check back often for updates.
November 30, 2005: A new interior shot of the Pacific Coliseum from Duct Tape.
November 17, 2005: As promised, new photos from Colisee Lewiston.
November 7, 2005: Finally, an Ottawa city guide!. Thanks to sixtysevensfan who submitted it. That only leaves Sudbury! If you live in Sudbury and wouldn't mind writing one for me, send me an email. I've also got a few new pictures from Shawinigan, where Lewiston's own Todd Faber visited recently. Todd has also promised new shots of the Lewiston Colisee, so check back soon for those.
November 2, 2005: Kingston City Council has approved a new arena for the North Block site. Go to the Frontenacs page for details.
November 1, 2005: Q rink number 14! Centre 200, home of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles.
October 26, 2005: I've finally got banners uploaded to the site courtesy the staff at OHLGraphix.com. Feel free to download the banner of your choice and add a link. Also, I'm now a part of the OHL Fan Site webring, so there is now a banner on the main page... but rest assured, I'm not making any money from the banners, and they are designed to add traffic to sites which I frequent. I haven't sold out! Honest!
October 25, 2005: Two new QMJHL arenas added to that section of the guide, courtesy Haligonian QMJHLFan. The new rinks are Rimouski and Acadie-Bathurst, which means the OHL Guide now features photos of 13 of the 18 Q rinks! If anyone out there has pictures from Chicoutimi, Cape Breton, Rouyn-Noranda, Val D'Or or Baie-Comeau, send them along (or any WHL rinks for that matter). I'm tentatively planning my own QMJHL roadie for late in the season, although too many things are up in the air at this point to say definitively. If the airlines have another seat sale and if school allows it, expect to see me in Moncton, PEI and Halifax the first weekend in March.
October 13, 2005: Over the past week I've done a lot of little things that add up to an update notice. First of all I've validated all of my HTML according to W3C standards; you folks may not notice any difference, but your computers will thank me! Second I've re-sized a lot of older pictures to a uniform standard. It used to be that a lot of buildings in the Other Arenas section were of a varying size; now they're all 600 pixels wide. Finally I've added a lot of pictures to menus that used to just be text - half as a clearing-house for leftover photos that I have lying around, and half as a chance to spruce things up a little.
October 1, 2005: For me to do a QMJHL Arena & Travel Guide, I would need to travel to all 18 QMJHL buildings. Given that Newfoundland is a day and a half from the closest Q city (Sydney), this is unlikely, especially since I'm a "Young Ones"-esque starving student with no real budget for travel. I would also have to make it bilingual, et bien que mon français est bon, je ne suis pas complètement bilingue, et je ne pourrais pas écrire un véritable livre comme j'ai fait pour la ligue de hockey de l'Ontario. So, it ain't gonna happen. That said, I've done up a page for Mile One Stadium - after all, it is my home rink this year, and I may as well chronicle it.
September 21, 2005: The Top 20 continues to be unveiled, and a full report card will appear after the unveiling is completed. However, I have one minor and unrelated update - the Junior B pages have been updated with a few changes. The Orangeville Thunder are now called the Crushers, the Stoney Creek Warriors and Sarnia Blast have new logos, and the Welland Cougars are now the Jr. Canadiens.
September 19, 2005: The long-promised, long delayed new feature finally kicks off this week as we launch the new Top 20 Arenas in the OHL. I've always tried to be fair in my assessments of every OHL building... so now's the chance to find out what I really think! Numbers 20-16 launch today, with 11-15 tomorrow, 7-10 on Wednesday, 4-6 on Thursday, and on Friday's OHL opening night we announce the top 3. Keep checking back this week!
September 14, 2005: A minor correction - the prices posted on Windsor's site hadn't been updated since last year's playoffs. They're still the most expensive in the OHL, but they're only $16 for a standard adult ticket, not $18 as reported.
September 12, 2005: Ticket prices posted for Kingston and Peterborough. The info below about most and least expensive is still accurate as both teams charge $14 for a standard adult ticket.
September 9, 2005: The new season is a-coming! 2005-06 ticket prices have been posted for 18 of the 20 OHL teams, with Kingston and Peterborough's not yet posted as I wait on emails from those teams. Maybe you could post the info on your websites? Just a thought... Anyway, the cheapest adult tickets are once again Brampton's bleacher seats, while the cheapest regular seats in the OHL this year are in Oshawa, where an adult can see a game for $12.50, or Plymouth, where your Canadian dollar goes farther towards the cost of a US$10 ticket. Meanwhile, the most expensive tickets once again belong to Windsor, where they charge a whopping $18 to sit on wooden benches! Ridiculous! I'll get the last two prices posted once I have them. Meanwhile, our massive new feature is set to launch on Monday, September 19! Mark your calendars!