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It was built in 1923 by the Ottawa Auditorium Limited, a consortium controlled by T.
Franklin Ahearn and the Ottawa Senators' owners Edgar Dey and Tommy Gorman to replace The Arena, built in 1907.
This design matched the shape of the rink at The Arena.
The Auditorium held the final game of the 1924 Stanley Cup Finals between Montreal and Calgary because of its then state-of-the-art artificial ice, and the Montreal Forum had not yet been built.
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