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Centennial Arena

FACILITIES

Centennial Arena

The Centennial Arena is the official home of your Elliot Lake Wildcats. The arena was built in 1968 by a volunteer committee made up of dedicated community members. The first game held in the arena took place December 18th, 1986 between the Espanola Eagles and Sudbury Wolves. Centennial Arena has a long history of Junior Hockey housing the Elliot Lake Vikings (later known as the Elliot Lake Ice from '97-'99) throughout the late '60s to the late '90s.

The Centennial Arena has a seating capacity of 2,000 with the seating area featuring overhead heaters. The lobby of the arena features a canteen as well as standing room to view the ice. Washrooms on-site are wheelchair accessible. The Centennial Arena is also home to the Elliot Lake Minor Hockey Association and the Elliot Lake Skating Club.

180 Spruce Avenue

Elliot Lake, ON

P5A 2C8

Off-Ice Training

When it comes to building successful hockey players, off-ice training is just as important as on-ice. We have a knowledgeable staff who work closely with our players to ensure they are training safely while pushing to reach their full potential.

 

Our players work out 4 times a week at our local gym where their training focuses on improving their speed, power, agility and conditioning.

 

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