How can I contact the Pembroke Lumber Kings front office?
You can call us at (613) 732-8146, email us at email@example.com, or mail us a letter to
Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 6X1
How can I purchase Lumber Kings season tickets?
All you have to do is contact the Lumber Kings office to purchase season tickets. They will be ready for you when you attend your first game, or you can pick them up when our office is open.
What time do Lumber Kings games start?
Sunday games normally start at 7 p.m. There are occasional Sunday matinees that normally start at 2 or 3 p.m. Weeknight games normally start at 7:30 p.m.
Is there assigned seating for Lumber Kings games?
Season ticket holders do have assigned seats. All other tickets are general admission and fans can sit wherever a seat is available. Stickers on seats indicate if a season ticket holder has been assigned to a seat.
Where can I park at the Pembroke Memorial Centre?
The Pembroke Memorial Centre has a spacious parking lot, and parking is available at every Lumber Kings game night. Handicap parking spots are provided for guests with mobility challenges.
Where can I enter, and/or purchase game day tickets, to Lumber Kings games?
The Pembroke Memorial Centre has two separate box offices. The main one is at the upper entrance, but fans can also enter through the lower entrance and purchase tickets for the game at the lower box office.
How much do tickets cost to attend a Lumber Kings game?
For the 2021-22 season, single game ticket prices are as follows: $12 for adults, $10 for high school students and seniors (over 60) and $6 for children under 13 years of age. Season tickets are $300 for adults, $250 for seniors and $150 for children (Under 13 years of age).
Where is the Pembroke Memorial Centre?
The PMC is located in Pembroke’s downtown, across from Algonquin College’s Waterfront Campus.
The address is:
393 Pembroke Street West
Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 5N5
We play all home games, plus playoffs, at the Pembroke Memorial Centre.
How old is the Pembroke Memorial Centre?
The PMC opened in October of 1951. It is one of the oldest junior hockey rinks in Canada. It seats approximately 2400 fans.
How can I follow the Lumber Kings all season long?
Pembroke is a hockey town and the Lumber Kings are covered extensively by local media. The Pembroke Observer and News regularly carries stories about the team’s games and off ice activities including trades, player profiles and community interactions. MY FM Radio broadcasts most of the Lumber Kings road games, including regular season and playoff games. Your TV Ottawa Valley (Cogeco Cable) airs a number of Lumber Kings home games each season. Games can also be watched on Hockey TV for fans who have a subscription to this streaming service.
Have the Lumber Kings retired any jersey numbers?
The Pembroke Lumber Kings have retired three jersey numbers. They are numbers 8, 11 and 16. Number 8 was worn by defenceman Ben Reinhardt and was retired following the 2011 season when Reinhardt captained the Lumber Kings to their only national Junior A championship, capping a remarkable Junior A career where he won five consecutive championships to set a CCHL record. Number 11 was retired in 1972 following the tragic death of forward Gale Linton who was killed on the eve of arriving for the team’s training camp. Number 16 was worn by Larry Mick, one of the top scorers who played with the Lumber Kings in the 1960’s and was a top draft pick of the Minnesota North Stars in the 1967 NHL amateur draft.
Banners hang in the Pembroke Memorial Centre for all three of these players.