Hockey Canada Regional Centre - Québec
Few things are as intrinsically linked with the image of Canadians as the sport of hockey. Any visit during the NHL season (October to April) means that attending a game is nothing short of mandatory. Toronto and Montréal draw the most crowds as two of the league’s founding franchises (with a century-old rivalry symbolic of anglophone Toronto and francophone Montréal), but Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary, and Winnipeg also boast their own rabid fans and passionate atmosphere. Minor league teams fill out smaller cities across the country, whereas local ponds and ice rinks everywhere host free puck shows during the winter months.
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