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Head Coach: André Tourigny
General Manager: James Boyd
Former Players in the NHL: Jamie McGinn, Shane Prince, Sean Monahan, Petr Mrazek, Cody Ceci, Logan Couture, Tyler Toffoli, Travis Konecny
Year Formed: 1967
Ottawa 67s TicketsThe Ottawa 67s are one of the members of the Ontario Hockey League, one of the major Canadian junior hockey leagues. The formation of the team coincides with a special date in Canadian history. Canada became a country in 1867, and the formation of the Ottawa 67s 100 years later in 1967 was meant to celebrate this. Since Ottawa is Canada’s capital and hockey is so deeply intertwined in Canada’s national history, the very existence of the Ottawa 67s is in many ways symbolic of that history. Despite somewhat rocky beginnings, the Ottawa 67s now find themselves as one of the best junior hockey teams in the country, regularly ranked at or near the top of their league. Since the 67s are a junior hockey team, all players are between 16 and 20 years of age, and some team members are even in their rookie seasons as pros. Thanks to StubHub, all fans can become a part of the action. Just get your Ottawa 67s tickets at StubHub today.
Who are some of the players on the roster of the Ottawa 67s?The Ottawa 67s junior hockey team has a great number of talented young players on its roster. Some of these include goaltenders Cedrick Andree and Will Cranley; defensemen Noel Hoefenmayer, Kevin Bahl, Teddy Sawyer, Anthony Costantini and Ranvir Gill-Shane; and forwards Jack Beck, Brenden Sirizzotti, Thomas Johnston, Yanic Crete, Adam Varga and Austen Keating. Cranley, Sawyer, Costantini, Gill-Shane, Beck, Sirizzotti, Johnston and Crete are all rookie players in the professional leagues as well.
What is the Ottawa 67s schedule like throughout 2020?On March 7 and 8, 2020, the Ottawa 67s will play two away games, first against the Barrie Colts and then against the North Bay Battalion. Then, on March 10 and 13, the 67s have two home games to play — first against the Niagara Ice Dogs and then against the Oshawa Generals. On March 14, they will play an away game against the Kingston Frontenacs. Two more home games for the 67s will follow on March 15 and 20 against the Kingston Frontenacs and then against the Peterborough Petes. On March 21, the 67s have an away game against the Barrie Colts. On March 22, they will play another away game against the Mississauga Steelheads.
What are some of the arenas in which the Ottawa 67s play their games?The Ottawa 67s play all of their home games at the TD Place Arena. Originally called the Ottawa Civic Centre, the stadium was originally opened in 1967, coincident with the 67s’ founding as a junior hockey team. The stadium is also able to seat a total of 9,862 people. When they play away games, the 67s can be seen in action in arenas like the Tribute Communities Centre, North Bay Memorial Gardens and the Paramount Fine Foods Centre.
Are the Ottawa 67s involved in any longstanding hockey rivalries?Yes. The most prominent of these is probably the 67s' long rivalry with Gatineau Olympiques, a junior hockey team that is part of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Over the years, the rivalry has been ignited and reignited many times.
What are some of the other teams and events that fans of the Ottawa 67s might be interested in?The Ottawa 67s are part of the Ontario Hockey League. The other important Canadian junior hockey leagues are the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. All three leagues form all-star teams that compete against the Russian National Junior Hockey Team in the CHL Canada Russia Hockey Series. This is an event that fans of junior hockey may be particularly interested to follow. Some other important junior hockey teams are the Sudbury Wolves, the Peterborough Petes and the Edmonton Oil Kings.
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