Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


Built in 1960, and originally named The Weyburn Coliseum, Crescent Point Place is touted as one of the most charming, historic, and atmospheric hockey arenas in the SJHL. Crescent Point Place has been the home arena of the Weyburn Red Wings since the franchise's birth in 1961. It was also used by the Red Wings during their short stint in the Western Hockey League (WHL) from 1966 to 1968. The Weyburn Red Wings are two-time national champions, and both of their wins took place on home ice in 1984 and 2005 in front of sell out crowds. As one of the smaller arenas in the SJHL, Crescent Point Place originally had a seating capacity 1,845, but with recent renovations, the arena now has an intimate seating capacity of 1,495.
Over the past number of years, the arena has undergone a number of renovation phases. Between 2004 and 2011, a large, state of the art press box and media center was added as well as 10 luxury boxes, NHL comparable Red Wings dressing room complete with coaches offices, equipment storage, laundry, and video room. As of 2008, about 700 bucket seats replaced roughly three quarters of the original bench-style seating, reducing the overall capacity. The original lobby area was completely demolished and rebuilt, nearly doubling it's orginal size. In 2010, the Red Wings stepped up their game day presentation by adding a light show as well as a video screen on the East wall at Crescent Point Place. The final stage of renovations took place in 2016, when the original halogen house lighting was replaced with very bright, modern LED lighting, making an incredible difference for both players and spectators.