Colisée de Pepsi

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Colisée de Pepsi
Location Quebec City, Quebec
Opened December 8, 1949
Closed September 14, 2015
Demolished
Other Names Colisée de Québec (1949-99)
Tenants Quebec Citadelles (1999-2002)
Quebec Rafales (1996-98)
Quebec Nordiques (1972-95)
Quebec Aces (1950-71)

Colisée Pepsi was a multi-purpose arena located in Quebec City, Quebec. It was the home of the Quebec Nordiques from 1972 to 1995, during their time in the World Hockey Association and National Hockey League. The Colisée hosted the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament annually in February until its closing in 2015, with almost 2,300 young hockey players from 16 countries participating annually.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League 1958-59 Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Program
1967-68 Philadelphia Flyers vs. Los Angeles Kings Program
World Hockey Assocation 1973-74 Quebec Nordiques Program (1 • 2)
1974-75 Quebec Nordiques Program
1975-76 Quebec Nordiques Program
1976-77 Quebec Nordiques Program
1978-79 Quebec Nordiques Program
National Hockey League 1979-80 Quebec Nordiques Program (1 • 2)
1983-84 Quebec Nordiques Program
1985-86 Quebec Nordiques Program
1986-87 Quebec Nordiques Program
NHL All-Stars vs. Soviet National Team Rendez-vous '87 Program
1987-88 Quebec Nordiques Program
1988-89 Quebec Nordiques Program
1990-91 Quebec Nordiques Program

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