Enjoy affordable, family-friendly junior men’s hockey games at TD Place Arena at Lansdowne, in the lively downtown Glebe neighbourhood.
Founded in 1967, Canada’s Centennial year, the Ottawa 67’s of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) always provide competitive and fun action on the ice. Players aged 16 to 21 compete to wow crowds of loyal fans—and, perhaps, to impress recruiters from the professional National Hockey League (NHL). In fact, the team has produced more than 100 NHL draft picks, so you might see future stars! As you cheer on the team, keep an eye out for Riley the Raccoon, their adorable masked mascot.
Concession stands at TD Place serve a variety of affordable food options, or you could have a meal or treat at one of the nearby restaurants before or after the game. You can even get to TD Place Arena by cycling or walking along scenic paths from downtown in spring and fall, or by skating along the Rideau Canal in winter. Your ticket stub also gives you free transportation on OC Transpo to and from the game.