UPDATE:  Brit Floyd has been postponed until Spring 2022! New date will be announced in the near future. Please hold onto your tickets for the rescheduled date. Thank you!


The ADULT HOCKEY LEAGUE, Presented by COORS LIGHT, will be held at 1st Summit Arena and NCRC! Cost is $1,300 per team and teams will play a minimum of 10 games PLUS playoffs. The season will run from April to June. Waivers will be signed at the first game and checks will be due in person before games begin. Team Managers – Please sign up below!





Tomahawks Ticket Update

The 1ST SUMMIT Arena @ Cambria County War Memorial, in conjunction with the Cambria County Emergency Services team, today released a capacity limit and best practices to reopening for the Johnstown Tomahawks regular season games set to begin this Friday October 16 and Saturday October 17.

The reopening guidelines are based on standards provided by federal, state, and local governments, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and public health organizations as of October 2020, so that Pennsylvania facilities can use appropriate recommendations in determining how to safely and responsibly reopen to the public.

“Our public event facilities bring us together for a common purpose and we are proud to stand with our Cambria county businesses, sports organizations and arts communities as venues around the area continue to safely reopen.” said Cambria County Department of Emergency Services Director Art Martynuska. “It is critical that we operate safely, using measures that will preserve our health and the health of others.”

The following are arena guidelines:

  • Fan capacity determined by fire code will be 1005
  • Mask is mandatory upon entering the facility and concourse areas
  • Temperature check upon entering the facility
  • Sanitizing stations will be available in high traffic areas
  • Social distancing ticket map will be implemented

The facility underwent a thorough cleaning provided by the Supervisor of Community Service, Hal Dues and his team. “We will continue to routinely clean the facility as it is being used in addition to supply PPE for the concessions and support staff” said Dues. “It’s been an overall great collective effort from county officials and operations staff to get the arena ready for opening weekend.”

This season, the arena box office will re-open to the public two days per week on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 10am to 5pm and it will also be open on event days starting at 10am.

For Tomahawks games, fans can purchase general admission tickets for $10.00 in person at the arena, via johnstowntomahawks.com/tickets or by calling the Tomahawks office at 814-536-GOAL. The Tomahawks will determine the available seats utilizing a social distancing map for general admissions after season ticket seats are assigned.



Memorial Highway Chevrolet and 1ST SUMMIT Arena jointly celebrated the arena’s 70th anniversary by announcing a multi-year partnership that will provide a substantial  upgrade to the facility’s operations.  

As a part of the agreement, Memorial Highway Chevrolet will fully fund the purchase of a brand-new  ice resurfacing machine. The car dealership will become the official and exclusive sponsor of the arena’s Zamboni. The new unit is set to arrive in January 2021.  

“We are extremely excited to be a part of the community and support this wonderful historical venue  that has entertained so many families, sports fans, and visitors over seven decades” said Andi Palmar,  Community Liaison for Memorial Highway Chevrolet. “We look forward to an active and engaged partnership with the arena and the community” 

Additionally, at the center of the agreement is a pair of programs that are a part of Memorial Highway  Chevrolet’s vision of community outreach. Those initiatives include: 

  • Memorial Highway Hometown Heroes: A seat will be added to the Zamboni that will allow  local United State military members and first responders to be recognized during each  Tomahawks game. 


  • Memorial Highway Hockey Scholarship: A commitment to support youth hockey by  allocating $5000 in scholarship opportunities. 

The announcement comes on the day the Tomahawks are set to open their 2020-21 home season and  on the exact day the arena opened 70 years ago on October 16, 1950. 

“It’s a tremendous gift to the arena and the power of this partnership enables us to pursue our goal of  providing the best possible recreation and entertainment facility for our users” said Jean Desrochers,  Facility Manager. “This long-term commitment comes at a very important time and we are extremely thankful for Memorial Highway Chevrolet” 



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