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It's built in a residential neighbourhood with a large football field just across "Roger Neilson Way", a street named for the legendary former Petes coach.The building also has a sizable parking lot on site, with more parking in the neighbouring fairgrounds.The Petes define Peterborough in a way that few other CHL teams ever have, having produced more NHLers than any other junior team and being the most successful OHL team since the war.The Peterborough Memorial Centre is a strange-looking building located just south of Peterborough's compact, lively downtown.Peterborough's flaws - the promotions, lighting and lack of a full concourse - are small, but unfortunately, they really stand out in a place that is so close to being perfect.
The Petes have a well-stocked team store to the right of the main entrance.
When you first see the bowl of the Memorial Centre the sight takes your breath away.
Banners hang prominently from the ceiling and a gigantic portrait of HM the Queen smiles down from the far end of the ice.
Peterborough's hockey team is connected to the city like few others in Canada.
The "mighty maroon and white" is a religion in such a small, out of the way city as Peterborough is.The city is one of the few in southern Ontario that’s not really on the way to anywhere else, and most people would never go there unless they had a reason to be there.