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Peterborough Petes Tickets
League: Ontario Hockey League (OHL)
Head Coach: Rob Wilson
Home Arena: Peterborough Memorial Centre
Notable Alumni: Wayne Gretzky, Steve Yzerman
Peterborough Petes TicketsThe Peterborough Petes got their start as a franchise back in 1956. They're the oldest continually operating team in the Ontario Hockey League. Originally, the Petes team was affiliated with the Montreal Canadiens as a developmental team. For a long time, they also wore the same colors. It wasn't until the mid-1970s that the Petes had adopted their current logo and signature maroon jerseys. The Petes have a reputation for success and have only missed the playoffs eight times in franchise history. Over the past 60 years, the Petes have won the OHL championship nine times. They've also claimed one Memorial Cup as champions of the CHL. In addition to winning big, Peterborough is known as one of the best places for young players to develop. High-impact NHL players including Larry Murphy, Eric Staal, Rob Murray and Steve Larmer played junior hockey with the Peterborough Petes. Get your Peterborough Petes tickets at StubHub.
What are some facts about the league the Peterborough Petes play in?The Peterborough Petes play in the Ontario Hockey League. The OHL is one of three major junior hockey leagues that make up the Canadian Hockey League, the largest developmental hockey organization in the world. This organization develops more Canadian college hockey players and NHL players than any other league. There are 60 teams in the CHL. Twenty of them belong to the OHL. The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) and the Western Hockey League (WHL) also compete in the CHL alongside the OHL. At the end of the regular season, teams from the OHL, QMJHL and WHL compete for the Memorial Cup.
Where do the Peterborough Petes play their home games?The Peterborough Petes' home arena is the Peterborough Memorial Centre, or PMC. This building opened in 1956 and can be configured to host a variety of events. It's hosted the Petes since the team started. When it's set up for hockey, the PMC accommodates 4,329 spectators, including standing room. This building has been updated over the years, and today it includes amenities like 24 executive suites, a full-service restaurant and five concession stands.
How can I get Peterborough Petes tickets?StubHub is your source for Peterborough Petes tickets. As the biggest ticket marketplace in the world, StubHub gives fans access to all the best of junior hockey.
Who is the head coach of the Peterborough Petes?Rob Wilson has been the head coach of the Peterborough Petes since 2018. During his playing career, Wilson was a defenseman. He was a member of the Petes team as a player during the 1988-89 season. Wilson helped lead the team to a J. Ross Robertson Cup. Rob Wilson has been coaching since the 2003-04 season. From 2015 to 2018, he was the head coach of the Nuremberg Ice Tigers in Germany.
Have the Peterborough Petes ever won a Memorial Cup?Yes, the Peterborough Petes won the Memorial Cup in 1979. That year, the Petes faced off against the Brandon Wheat Kings and Trois-Rivieres Draveurs. They won the final game on May 11, at the Verdun Auditorium. Larry Murphy, who went on to win four Stanley Cups, was an important member of the Peterborough Petes team that season.
Who are some notable Peterborough Petes players?The Peterborough Petes have developed dozens of players who went on to long and fruitful careers in the NHL. These include some of the biggest names in the history of the game, including the Great One himself, Wayne Gretzky. Other Peterborough Petes who made their presence felt in the NHL include Bob Gainey, Chris Pronger, Mike Ricci and Steve Yzerman.
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