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Ottawa Civic Centre (A-2000-13)


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Ottawa 67's (OHL) (1967–present) Ottawa Senators (NHL) (1992–1995) Ottawa Nationals (WHA) (1972–1973) Ottawa Civics (WHA) (1976) Ottawa Rebel (NLL) (2002–2003)

The Urbandale Centre, formerly known as the Ottawa Civic Centre is an indoor arena located in Ottawa, Ontario, seating 9,862. The arena is the current home of the Ottawa 67's of the OHL. It is the former home of the Ottawa Senators of the NHL (1992–1995), the Ottawa Nationals of the WHA (1972–1973), the Ottawa Civics of the WHA (1976), and the Ottawa Rebel of the NLL (2002–2003).

In the 1960s, the City of Ottawa was preparing to rebuild the football stadium at Lansdowne Park, on Bank Street at the Rideau Canal. During the planning phase, the old Ottawa Auditorium arena was demolished and the City now needed two new sports venues. The City combined plans and the Civic Centre arena was built together with the north grandstand of the football stadium. The combination has meant that the arena is rather oddly shaped, one side of the arena is actually located beneath the upper part of the stadium grandstand, with the result that it has a much lower ceiling than the opposite side of the arena.

Unused, Limited Edition 4" x 6" continental size chrome

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