Statement by Louis Robitaille on the reopening of the Robert-Guertin Centre

GATINEAU – The City of Gatineau announced Wednesday that it will temporarily reopen the Robert-Guertin Centre in September and that commemorative activities may be held there.

Upon learning of the city’s announcement, Olympiques general manager and head coach Louis Robitaille said.

“Like everyone else, I learned in the last few hours about the City’s intentions regarding the Robert-Guertin Arena. This is excellent news on several levels. First, for minor hockey, which will be able to benefit from additional ice time, but also for the organization and our fans, who deserve a commemoration worthy of the name. To this end, a City committee, in which the Olympiques are involved, is currently studying the best way to celebrate the team’s history in this mythical amphitheatre. A plan will eventually be known and rest assured that we will give you all the details in due course.”

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