Brantford Civic CentreEdit profile
The Brantford Civic Centre is a 2,981 seat arena in Brantford, Ontario. It was built as a Canadian Centennial project in 1967. It is home to the Brantford Golden Eagles of the Ontario Hockey Association, and the Brantford Blast of Major Hockey League. The 2008 Allan Cup was played there from April 14–19 which saw the home town Brantford Blast win the 100th Allan Cup beating the Bentley Generals 3–1.
Previously, the arena hosted the Brantford Alexanders of the Ontario Hockey League from 1978–1984, and the OHL All-Star game in 1982. The Brantford Smoke of the Colonial Hockey League played here from 1991 to 1998.
It also served as a venue for live WWE events throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, including Maple Leaf Wrestling television shows on Hamilton station CHCH-TV. Brantford Civic Centre once again hosted professional wrestling on May 14 2011. CWI (Championship Wrestling International) Wrestling presented BRAWL AT THE BUSH 2. This card featured over former WWE Superstars, including the return of Hulk Hogan.