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Imagine Opening Night at the Pembroke Memorial Centre on November 14, 1951-Courtesy of Your TV Ottawa Valley


Lumber Kings Alumnus Robb Wilson Reflects on Playing in Pembroke in the 1970’s-Courtesy of Your TV Ottawa Valley


Rogers Hometown Hockey Continues All Weekend at Pembroke Memorial Centre

People of all ages are enjoying the Rogers Hometown Hockey Festival this weekend at the Pembroke Memorial Centre including several Lumber King alumni.  The Festival continues on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Monday evening when Ron MacLean and Tara Slone will broadcast live from the PMC parking lot during the NHL game between the Colorado Avalanche and Philadelphia Flyers.
(Lumber Kings alumnus Dave Eastwood tries out the hardest shot competition at the Rogers Hometown Hockey Festival)
To attend the Rogers Hometown Hockey festival, you must pre-register at  All participants over 12 years of age must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Lumber Kings Drop Second Game in a Row in 4-2 Loss to Brockville

The Pembroke Lumber Kings fell behind 2-0 in the first period and never recovered in a 4-2 loss Friday night in Brockville in the first game of a home and home series with the Braves. Carter Vollett and Jack Stockfish scored for the Kings who have cooled off after winning nine of ten games.  The loss was the second in a row for Pembroke who dropped a 3-2 overtime decision on home ice last Sunday versus Renfrew.

The Kings are now 16-5-2-1 on the season.  Their 35 points puts them at the top of the Robinson division and five points back of the league leading Ottawa Junior Senators.

The Kings and Braves game on Sunday night coincides with Rogers Hometown Hockey being in Pembroke. Fans attending the Sunday, December 5th game versus Brockville are advised that the PMC parking lots will not be available because of the hockey festival.  Alternative parking will be available at the upper PMC parking lot off of Pembroke Street, Algonquin College, the Amphitheatre parking lot and Festival Hall.  A drop off area will be available near the lower entrance for fans who need to be accommodated.

Minor hockey players will also be admitted free to the game if they are accompanied by an adult.  Minor hockey players are encouraged to wear their jerseys to the game.

Ron MacLean and Tara Slone will be at the game and will participate in a ceremonial puck drop.  A special Hometown Hockey on ice circus performance will be part of the first intermission.  Gates will open at 6 p.m.  Tickets will be available at the lower box office to the PMC.