New capacity restrictions at Tribute Communities Centre

Oshawa, Ont., – The province of Ontario announced yesterday that no spectators will be allowed into sports and entertainment venues for a period of three weeks commencing on January 5th.  Unfortunately, this announcement includes Oshawa Generals games played at the Tribute Communities Centre between now and January 26th.

Season ticket holders will now be provided with a credit for the games where fans are not allowed to attend.  Credit will be held in season ticket account and can be applied towards playoff tickets or a deposit towards 2022-2023 season tickets.  Further details or options will be given at a later date.

All single-game ticket holders will be contacted directly by our ticketing team.
Please see below for a list of affected games:

  • Fri., January 7 vs. Ottawa at 7:35
  • Sun., January 9 vs. Sudbury at 6:05
  • Fri., January 14 vs. Hamilton at 7:35
  • Sun., January 16 vs. Mississauga at 6:05
  • Thur., January 20 vs. Mississauga at 6:05
  • Sun., January 23 vs. Kingston at 6:05
Despite not being able to attend our games in person, there are many ways in which you can stay up to date on all of the Oshawa Generals’ action! You can catch our games on local RogersTV Durham (click here for broadcast schedule) or via the internet radio broadcast (click here for link to broadcast).
All home and away games are also available on CHL TV.
We appreciate the tenacity and support from all of GensNation and we can’t wait for the right time to welcome you all back safely to cheer on your Generals.


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