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TD Place Arena is an indoor medium-small venue in Ottawa, Ontario. The venue opened in 1967 and was formerly used for ice hockey.

Naming History

  • Ottawa Civic Centre (1967-2009)
  • Urbandale Centre (2009-2010)
  • Rona Centre (2010-2011)
  • J. Benson Carthage Centre (2011-2012)
  • Ottawa Civic Centre (2012)
  • TD Place Arena (2012-Present)

Tenants and Events

Tenant League Served as Start End Usage Origin Fate
Ottawa Nationals World Hockey Association Regular season sole home venue 1972-73 1972-73 Regular season games:
39 games (1972-73)
Inaugural franchise Moved postseason to Maple Leaf Gardens, Old Toronto, Toronto as Ontario Nationals
Toronto Toros World Hockey Association Minority home venue 1973-74 1973-74 Regular season games:
Nine games (1972-73)
Adopted as alternate site Ceased being an alternate site
Ottawa Civics World Hockey Association Alternate home venue 1975-76 1975-766 Regular season games:
Two games (1975-76)
Denver Spurs moved mid-season from McNichols Sports Arena, Denver Folded mid-season
Ottawa Senators National Hockey League Great majority home venue (1992-93--1993-94)
Sole home venue (1995)
Minority home venue (1995-96)
1992-93 1995-96 Regular season games:
41 games per season (1992-93--1993-94)
24 games (1995)
15 games (1995-96)
Total games:
121 games
Expansion franchise Moved mid-season to Canadian Tire Centre