Centre Étienne Desmarteau

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The Centre Étienne Desmarteau is situated on 3430 Bellechasse street in Montreal, Canada. Built in 1976, the Center includes two ice rinks, a room for the gymnastics and a gymnasium. It was the site of the basketball competitions during the Olympics of Montreal of 1976.

The center is named in honour of Olympian Étienne Desmarteau, a Canadian athlete during the 1904 Summer Olympics.

The center is the official home of the Montreal Stars,[1] a team of the Canadian Women's Hockey League and Montreal Mission a team of the National Ringette League. Furthermore, numerous amateur tournaments are held in it every year.[2]

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