Quebec Arena

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Quebec Arena
Full nameQuebec Arena
LocationQuebec City, Quebec, Canada
Coordinates46°49′0″N 71°13′51″W / 46.81667°N 71.23083°W / 46.81667; -71.23083Coordinates: 46°49′0″N 71°13′51″W / 46.81667°N 71.23083°W / 46.81667; -71.23083
OwnerDussault group
OperatorDussault group
Quebec Bulldogs (NHA and NHL)

Quebec Arena was an indoor ice hockey arena in Quebec City, Quebec.[1] It was built in 1913 and was the home of the Quebec Bulldogs of the NHA and NHL until the team moved to Hamilton, Ontario in 1920. It was located at Victoria Park. It burned down in 1942.


In 1913, after their second Stanley Cup win in the old Quebec Skating Rink, the Quebec Hockey Club proposed to build a new facility. With the support of Quebec City Council, a new arena was built in Victoria Park by a group headed by Joseph-Etienne Dussault. The 6,000 seat venue opened for its first game in December 1913.[2]


  1. ^ "WINTER SPORTS IN QUEBEC.; First Snow Start a Season of Which Much Is Expected". New York Times. December 13, 1913. p. XX5.
  2. ^ "New amphitheater and controversial location: an old debate" (in French). February 21, 2012. Retrieved December 24, 2013.

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Preceded by
Quebec Skating Rink
Home of the
Quebec Bulldogs

1913 – 1920
Succeeded by
Barton Street Arena (as Hamilton Tigers)