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NHL NEWS
Kane: 'Not even a thought' to leave Chicago
Thu, 17 Jul 2014 05:10:53 PDT

Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman said Wednesday he understands there will be salary cap challenges ahead after recently re-signing Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews to identical eight-year, $84 million contract extensions, but it's his job to make it work.

Kulikov signs 3-year deal to stay with Panthers
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 11:29:59 PDT

Last winter wasn't very good for the Florida Panthers.

Pens name Recchi player development coach
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 13:23:59 PDT

The Pittsburgh Penguins have hired seven-time All-Star Mark Recchi as the franchise's player development coach.

Sabres re-sign Ennis to multiyear contract
Thu, 17 Jul 2014 08:21:44 PDT

The Buffalo Sabres signed Tyler Ennis to a multiyear contract, the team announced Thursday.

Rangers agree to terms with forward Lombardi
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 17:36:59 PDT

The New York Rangers have agreed to terms with free agent forward Matthew Lombardi, a veteran NHL player who spent last season in Switzerland.

Penguins GM: Crosby to avoid wrist surgery
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:25:20 PDT

Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby won't need surgery on his ailing right wrist, the team announced Tuesday.

Predators bring on Ribeiro, Roy for 1 year
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 13:18:43 PDT

The Nashville Predators have signed veteran forwards Mike Ribeiro and Derek Roy to one-year contracts.

Blackhawks fan sues after taking puck to face
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 14:57:36 PDT

A hockey spectator has filed a lawsuit after being struck by a puck at the United Center during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins in 2013.

Renney hired as president of Hockey Canada
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 15:53:57 PDT

Former NHL coach Tom Renney has been hired as president and chief executive officer of Hockey Canada.

Sharks re-sign defensemen Demers, Doherty
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 14:15:19 PDT

The San Jose Sharks have re-signed defensemen Jason Demers and Taylor Doherty.

Bartkowski lands 1-year, $1.25M Bruins deal
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 13:02:04 PDT

The Boston Bruins have re-signed defenseman Matt Bartkowski to a one-year deal and inked recently drafted forward David Pastrnak to an entry-level contract, the team announced Tuesday.

Dineen joins Blackhawks as assistant coach
Mon, 14 Jul 2014 09:22:52 PDT

The Chicago Blackhawks hired Kevin Dineen as an assistant coach on Monday.

Blue Jackets give Dubinsky 6-year extension
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 09:41:53 PDT

The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed center Brandon Dubinsky to a six-year contract extension worth a reported $35.1 million through the 2020-21 season.

Coyotes ink forward Moss to one-year deal
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 16:20:37 PDT

The Arizona Coyotes have signed forward David Moss to a one-year contract.

Twin $84M Blackhawks deals for Kane, Toews
Wed, 9 Jul 2014 14:44:01 PDT

The Chicago Blackhawks have reached eight-year deals with star forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, the team announced Wednesday.


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 2012-2013 NHL REVISED SCHEDULE is now available   
 
 
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Anaheim DUCKS
Honda Center
in Anaheim, CA
Edmonton OILERS
Rexall Place
in Edmonton, AB
Philadelphia FLYERS
Wells Fargo Center
in Philadelphia, PA
Boston BRUINS
TD Garden
in Boston, MA
Florida PANTHERS
BB&T Center
in Sunrise, FL
Phoenix COYOTES
Jobing.com Arena
in Glendale, AZ
Buffalo SABRES
HSBC Arena
in Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles KINGS
Staples Center
in Los Angeles, CA
Pittsburgh PENGUINS
Consol Energy Center
in Pittsburgh, PA
Calgary FLAMES
Scotiabank Saddledome
in Calgary, AB
Minnesota WILD
Xcel Energy Center
in St. Paul, MN
San Jose SHARKS
HP Pavilion at San Jose
in San Jose, CA
Carolina HURRICANES
PNC Arena
in Raleigh, NC
Montreal CANADIENS
Bell Centre
in Montreal, QC
St. Louis BLUES
Scottrade Center
in St. Louis, MO
Chicago BLACKHAWKS
United Center
in Chicago, IL
Nashville PREDATORS
Bridgestone Arena
in Nashville, TN
Tampa Bay LIGHTNING
Tampa Bay Times Forum
in Tampa, FL
Colorado AVALANCHE
Pepsi Center
in Denver, CO
New Jersey DEVILS
Prudential Center
in East Rutherford, NJ
Toronto MAPLE LEAFS
Air Canada Centre
in Toronto, ON
Columbus BLUE JACKETS
Nationwide Arena
in Columbus, OH
New York ISLANDERS
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
in Uniondale, NY
Vancouver CANUCKS
Rogers Arena
in Vancouver, BC
Dallas STARS
American Airlines Center
in Dallas, TX
New York RANGERS
Madison Square Garden
in New York, NY
Washington CAPITALS
Verizon Center
in Washington, DC
Detroit RED WINGS
Joe Louis Arena
in Detroit, MI
Ottawa SENATORS
Scotiabank Place
in Kanata, ON
Winnipeg JETS
MTS Centre
in Winnipeg, MB

NHL ARENA INFORMATION
Air Canada Centre
Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON
NHL Home of the:  Toronto Maple Leafs

TORONTO, ON:  The Air Canada Centre (ACC) is a multi-purpose arena located on Bay Street in downtown Toronto, Ontario. It is the home of the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association, the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League, and the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League. It was also home to the Toronto Phantoms of the Arena Football League during their brief existence. The arena is popularly known as "the ACC" or "the Hangar" (the latter nickname coming from its sponsorship by Canada's largest airline, Air Canada). The Air Canada Centre is the eleventh busiest arena in the world.

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American Airlines Center
American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX
NHL Home of the:  Dallas Stars

DALLAS, TX:  The American Airlines Center is an arena located in the Victory Park neighborhood near downtown Dallas, Texas that is used for hockey games, basketball games, football games, concerts and various other events.

The American Airlines Center is home to the Dallas Stars (NHL), Dallas Mavericks (NBA), and Dallas Desperados (Arena Football League) .

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BB&T Center
BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL
NHL Home of the:  Florida Panthers

SUNRISE, FL:  The BB&T Center (previously known as Broward County Civic Arena, National Car Rental Center and Office Depot Center) is an indoor arena located in Sunrise, Florida, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, near the popular Sawgrass Mills Mall. The arena is easily accessible from the Sawgrass Expressway at the Oakland Park Boulevard exit.

The arena is home to the Florida Panthers of the NHL and formerly the Florida Pit Bulls of the ABA and the Florida Bobcats of the AFL 1998-2001 along with the only season of the Florida ThunderCats. This arena also serves as the host for the Orange Bowl Basketball Classic held every December in conjunction with the namesake college football game.

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Bell Centre
Bell Centre in Montreal, QC
NHL Home of the:  Montreal Canadiens

MONTREAL, QC:  The Bell Centre (French: Le Centre Bell), formerly known as the Molson Centre (French: le Centre Molson), has been the home of the Montreal Canadiens since March 16, 1996, when they hosted the New York Rangers (a game which the Canadiens won 4–2). The team departed from the historic Montreal Forum after their last game on March 11 of the same year. Construction began on the site on June 22, 1993, 13 days after the Canadiens defeated the Los Angeles Kings at the Forum for their 24th and most recent Stanley Cup. The name of the arena initially reflected Molson, Inc., a brewing company which was owner of the Canadiens at the time. Some members of Montreal sports media, namely Jack Todd, pushed for the nickname "The Keg" as fitting for the new arena but it was never widely adopted. Molson elected not to keep the naming rights when they sold the team and the name was officially changed on September 1, 2002, after Bell Canada acquired the naming rights.

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Bridgestone Arena
Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN
NHL Home of the:  Nashville Predators

NASHVILLE, TN:  Bridgestone Arena (formerly Sommet Center, Gaylord Entertainment Center and Nashville Arena) is an all-purpose venue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, that was completed in 1996

Sommet Center is owned by the Sports Authority of Nashville and Davidson County and operated by Powers Management Company, a subsidiary of the Nashville Predators National Hockey League franchise, which has been its primary tenant since 1998. The Predators hosted the NHL Entry Draft here in 2003.

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Consol Energy Center
Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA
NHL Home of the:  Pittsburgh Penguins

PITTSBURGH, PA:  The CONSOL Energy Center is an arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The arena is the second home of the Pittsburgh Penguins, the city's National Hockey League (NHL) franchise, as well as the first home to the Arena Football League's Pittsburgh Power, which will begin play in 2011. Construction was completed on August 1, 2010, and opened in time for the 2010–11 NHL season. The arena replaced the Penguins' former arena, Mellon Arena (currently known as Civic Arena), which was completed in 1961. A ceremonial ground-breaking was held on August 14, 2008. The arena is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold-certified arena in both the NHL and AFL.[4] The arena is named for CONSOL Energy, which purchased the naming rights in December 2008.

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Honda Center
Honda Center in Anaheim, CA
NHL Home of the:  Anaheim Ducks

ANAHEIM, CA:  The Honda Center, previously known as the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim and colloquially called the The Pond, is an indoor arena in Anaheim, California. The arena is home to the NHL's Anaheim Ducks and was home of the former National Lacrosse League's Anaheim Storm, which folded in 2005. Originally named the Anaheim Arena, it was completed in 1993 at a cost of $123 million. Arrowhead Water paid $15 million for the naming rights over 10 years in October 1993.[1][dead link] Honda later acquired the naming rights to the arena for $60 million over 15 years which changed its name in October 2006.

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HP Pavilion at San Jose
HP Pavilion at San Jose in San Jose, CA
NHL Home of the:  San Jose Sharks

SAN JOSE, CA:  The HP Pavilion at San Jose, formerly known as Compaq Center at San Jose and San Jose Arena is an indoor arena located at 525 West Santa Clara Street in San Jose, California. The arena is also commonly called The Shark Tank or The Tank, both of which come from its primary tenant, the San Jose Sharks.

The arena opened in 1993 as the San Jose Arena. In 2001, naming rights were sold to Compaq, and the facility became Compaq Center at San Jose; the geographic identifier was needed because at the time, there was a Compaq Center in Houston. After HP purchased Compaq in 2002, the company chose to name the arena the HP Pavilion (as opposed to HP Center or HP Arena) after one of their computer models lines.

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HSBC Arena
HSBC Arena in Buffalo, NY
NHL Home of the:  Buffalo Sabres

BUFFALO, NY:  HSBC Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in downtown Buffalo, New York, USA. It is home to the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League and the Buffalo Bandits of the National Lacrosse League. The arena was the home of the Buffalo Destroyers of the Arena Football League, the Buffalo Blizzard of the National Professional Soccer League II, and the Buffalo Wings of Roller Hockey International during each team's brief existence.

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Jobing.com Arena
Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, AZ
NHL Home of the:  Phoenix Coyotes

GLENDALE, AZ:  Jobing.com Arena is a sports and entertainment arena located in Glendale, Arizona. It is home to the Phoenix Coyotes of the National Hockey League (NHL) and was home to the Arizona Sting of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). Completed in 2003, the arena cost $180 million. It seats 17,799 for hockey and lacrosse. The arena sits across the street from University of Phoenix Stadium, the home of the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.

The arena is part of the much larger Westgate City Center development funded by millionaire New York architect Ron Elsensohn , which is going to be an entertainment and retail hub located around the arena; a 320-room Renaissance Hotel and Conference Center was recently completed.

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Joe Louis Arena
Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI
NHL Home of the:  Detroit Red Wings

DETROIT, MI:  Joe Louis Arena, nicknamed The Joe and JLA is a hockey arena located at 600 Civic Center Drive in Detroit, Michigan. It is the home of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League. Completed in 1979 at a cost of $57 million, Joe Louis Arena is named after boxer and former heavyweight champion Joe Louis, who grew up in Detroit. This makes it one of the few remaining NHL arenas without a corporate sponsorship name. It is also one of the oldest venues in the NHL.

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Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
NHL Home of the:  New York Rangers

NEW YORK, NY:  Madison Square Garden, often abbreviated as MSG and known colloquially as The Garden, has been the name of four arenas in New York City. It is also the name of the entity which owns the arena and several of the professional sports franchises which play there. There have been four incarnations of the arena. The first two were located at the northeast corner of Madison Square (Madison Avenue and 26th Street) from which the arena derived its name. Subsequently a new 17,000-seat Garden (opened December 15, 1925) was built at 50th Street and 8th Avenue, and the current Garden (opened February 14, 1968) is at 7th Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets, situated on top of Pennsylvania Station. One Penn Plaza stands at the side.

The arena lends its name to the Madison Square Garden Network, and sister channel MSG Plus, two cable television networks that broadcast most sporting events that are held in the Garden, as well as concerts and entertainment events that have taken place at the venue. In 2007 the Arena came second as 'World's Busiest Arena' after the M.E.N. in Manchester, United Kingdom.

Madison Square Garden also refers to itself in its advertising campaigns as "The World's Most Famous Arena."

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MTS Centre
MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB
NHL Home of the:  Winnipeg Jets

WINNIPEG, MB:  The MTS Centre is an indoor sports arena and entertainment venue in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and home of the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League. It is located on the former Eaton's site and is owned and operated by True North Sports & Entertainment Limited. The 440,000 square feet (41,000 m2) building was constructed at a cost of $133.5 million CAD. It opened on November 16, 2004, replacing the since-demolished Winnipeg Arena. The MTS Centre has a capacity of 15,004 for hockey and 16,345 for concerts. It was originally known as the True North Centre during its planning and construction stages before the naming rights were purchased by Manitoba Telecom Services.

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Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, NY
NHL Home of the:  New York Islanders

UNIONDALE, NY:  The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, commonly known as Nassau Coliseum or simply The Coliseum, is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Uniondale, New York, on Long Island. The Coliseum is 19 miles (30 km) from New York City. It is home to the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League and the New York Dragons of the Arena Football League.

Opened in 1972, the Coliseum occupies 63 acres (255,000 m²) of Mitchel Field, site of a former Army and Air Force base. The facility is located in an unincorporated area of the Town of Hempstead, within the Uniondale 11553 Zip Code.

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Nationwide Arena
Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH
NHL Home of the:  Columbus Blue Jackets

COLUMBUS, OH:  Nationwide Arena is a sports and entertainment arena in Columbus, Ohio. It opened in 2000 and is the home of the Columbus Blue Jackets, a franchise in the National Hockey League, who were joined for the 2004 season by the Columbus Destroyers of the Arena Football League. It was also home to the Columbus Landsharks of the National Lacrosse League from 2001–2003. And, in 2006 it began hosting the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets, a Tier 1 junior ice hockey team that is a part of the United States Hockey League (USHL). Nationwide Arena is also one of three facilities in Columbus (along with the Greater Columbus Convention Center and the Franklin County Veterans Memorial Auditorium) that hosts events as part of the annual Arnold Classic, a sports and fitness event hosted by former professional bodybuilder and current California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Pepsi Center
Pepsi Center in Denver, CO
NHL Home of the:  Colorado Avalanche

DENVER, CO:  Pepsi Center (aka The Can) is an arena in Denver, Colorado, United States. The building is home to the Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Mammoth and Colorado Crush. When not in use by one of Denver's sports teams, the building frequently serves as a concert venue.

The arena is named for its chief corporate sponsor, PepsiCo. The building is properly called "Pepsi Center", not "The Pepsi Center".

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PNC Arena
PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC
NHL Home of the:  Carolina Hurricanes

RALEIGH, NC:  The PNC Arena (originally the Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arena) is an indoor arena located in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is home to the Carolina Hurricanes of the NHL and the North Carolina State University Wolfpack men's basketball team of NCAA Division I. The arena also hosted the Carolina Cobras of the Arena Football League from 2000 to 2002. The arena neighbors Carter-Finley Stadium, home of Wolfpack Football; the North Carolina State Fairgrounds; and Dorton Arena (on the Fairgrounds).

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Prudential Center
Prudential Center in East Rutherford, NJ
NHL Home of the:  New Jersey Devils

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ:  Prudential Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the Downtown district of Newark in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The arena was designed by Populous (formerly HOK Sport), with the exterior designed by Morris Adjmi Architects. Opened in 2007, it is the home of the National Hockey League's New Jersey Devils ice hockey team, as well as the NCAA's Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball team, and the Xtreme Soccer League's New Jersey Ironmen indoor soccer team.[4] The arena seats 17,625 people for hockey.[2] Prudential Center is also known by its nickname, "The Rock",[5] in reference to the corporate logo of Prudential Financial, the company that owns the naming rights to the arena.

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Rexall Place
Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB
NHL Home of the:  Edmonton Oilers

EDMONTON, AB:  Rexall Place is an indoor arena in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada situated on the north side of Northlands Park. It is home to the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL, the Edmonton Rush of the NLL and the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL.

When the arena opened on November 10, 1974, it was known as Northlands Coliseum to house the World Hockey Association Oilers. Then it became the Edmonton Coliseum in 1994, and Skyreach Centre in 1998, before it changed to its current name during the middle of the 2003–04 NHL season when its naming rights were purchased by the Rexall medicine company, a subsidiary of Katz Group Canada.

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Rogers Arena
Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC
NHL Home of the:  Vancouver Canucks

VANCOUVER, BC:  Rogers Arena is an indoor sports arena located at 800 Griffiths Way in the downtown area of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Opened in 1995, the arena was known as General Motors Place from its opening until July 6, 2010, when Rogers Communications purchased the arena's naming rights from General Motors Canada. Rogers Arena was built to replace Pacific Coliseum as Vancouver's primary indoor sports facility and in part due to the National Basketball Association's 1995 expansion into Canada, where Vancouver and Toronto were given expansion teams.

The arena seats 18,860 for ice hockey and 19,700 for basketball, with 88 luxury suites, 12 hospitality suites and 2,195 club seats.

It is home to the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League and was the site for the ice hockey events at the 2010 Winter Olympics. The name of the arena temporarily became Canada Hockey Place during the Olympics.

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Scotiabank Place
Scotiabank Place in Kanata, ON
NHL Home of the:  Ottawa Senators

KANATA, ON:  Scotiabank Place is a 19,153 capacity arena, home to the NHL's Ottawa Senators. The arena is located in Kanata, a district of Ottawa, Ontario. Opened as The Palladium in January 1996, it was known as the Corel Centre from February 1996 until February 2006. Besides ice hockey, the arena holds other events, such as rock concerts, figure skating shows and other entertainment. It is also home to the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame, several restaurants, a fitness complex and several businesses. Including standing room, the arena has a capacity of 20,500 for sports events. It has resemblance to The Palace of Auburn Hills.

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Scotiabank Saddledome
Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, AB
NHL Home of the:  Calgary Flames

CALGARY, AB:  The Scotiabank Saddledome (formerly known as the Olympic Saddledome and Canadian Airlines Saddledome) is the main indoor arena facility in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and is situated on the east end of the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede grounds in downtown Calgary. It is often referred to simply as the Saddledome or even the 'Dome. The Saddledome was built in 1983 to host the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League (NHL) and to serve as the primary facility ice hockey and figure skating at the 1988 Winter Olympics.

The Saddledome was built to have a maximum capacity of approximately 20,000 fans. Major renovations in 1994–1995 reduced capacity to its current configuration of 19,289 for hockey. The facility is currently managed by the Calgary Flames Hockey Club, who have leased the 'Dome until 2014. The future of the building is currently under debate, as the Flames have begun plans to build a new arena, at which point it is expected the Saddledome will be demolished.

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Scottrade Center
Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO
NHL Home of the:  St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS, MO:  Scottrade Center (formerly Kiel Center and Savvis Center) is a 19,150 seat arena located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, opened in 1994. It is nicknamed "The House that Brett Hull Built". It is the home of the NHL's St. Louis Blues ice hockey team.

The Scottrade Center is respected as one of the louder NHL arenas due to several factors including the 9-second foghorn blast after every Blues' goal followed by an organ rendition of "When the Saints Go Marching In".

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Staples Center
Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA
NHL Home of the:  Los Angeles Kings

LOS ANGELES, CA:  Staples Center is a multi-purpose sports arena in Downtown Los Angeles, California, United States. Adjacent to the L.A. Live development, it is located next to the Los Angeles Convention Center complex. It is suitable for large indoor events, including basketball, ice hockey and arena football, and concerts. When configured for basketball, Staples Center has a capacity of 18,997 spectators; it holds fewer people when the arena is configured for other sports. Staples Center has a capacity of 20,000 when it hosts concerts and boxing matches. Due to its location and the teams that play here, it is probably one of the most well-known indoor arenas in the world.

Currently owned and operated by the L.A. Arena Company and Anschutz Entertainment Group, the arena serves as the home of two NBA franchises, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers, and the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League (NHL), and the Los Angeles Sparks of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League (AFL) played there until they folded.

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Tampa Bay Times Forum
Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, FL
NHL Home of the:  Tampa Bay Lightning

TAMPA, FL:  The Tampa Bay Times Forum is an arena in Tampa, Florida, that is used for hockey games, basketball games, arena football games, and concerts. It is currently home to the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning and the Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League.

Naming rights to the Ice Palace were sold to the St. Petersburg Times, a daily newspaper which circulates throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Other entertainment events occasionally held in the Forum include concerts, NBA exhibition games, USF Basketball and NCAA Tournament games, tennis, professional wrestling, boxing, figure skating, and rodeos (as well as stand-alone bull riding events; the Forum has hosted an event by the PBR's premier tour, the Bud Light Cup (renamed Built Ford Tough Series in 2003), annually since 1998.)

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TD Garden
TD Garden in Boston, MA
NHL Home of the:  Boston Bruins

BOSTON, MA:  TD Banknorth Garden, to be renamed TD Garden in July 2009, is a sports arena in Boston. It is named after its sponsor, TD Banknorth (soon to be renamed TD Bank, N.A.), and is often simply called The Garden, or the traditional Boston Garden and formerly known as the FleetCenter and (before it ever opened its doors) the Shawmut Center. It is the home arena for the Boston Bruins, an NHL team, and the Boston Celtics, an NBA team. It was formerly home to the Boston Blazers of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL, later the National Lacrosse League) and in 2009 will be home to the NLL's new Boston Blazers. It is the site of the annual Beanpot, and hosts the annual Hockey East Championships. The arena has also hosted many major national sporting events including the 1999 and 2003 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball regional first and second rounds, the 2009 Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight, and the Women's Final Four.

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United Center
United Center in Chicago, IL
NHL Home of the:  Chicago Blackhawks

CHICAGO, IL:  The United Center is an indoor sports arena located in the Near West Side community area of Chicago. It is named after its corporate sponsor, United Airlines. The United Center is home to both the Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL and the Chicago Bulls of the NBA. It has also hosted the annual Lexus December to Remember classic, which is a game played by the Illinois Fighting Illini at the United Center, whereas their usual home is Assembly Hall in Champaign, IL. The plan to build the arena was created by Bill Wirtz and Jerry Reinsdorf, the owners of the two sports teams, respectively. The United Center's predecessor was the indoor Chicago Stadium, the original "Madhouse on Madison", which was demolished after the newer arena opened for business on August 18, 1994. A statue of Michael Jordan is located on the east side of the arena. United Airlines pays about $1.8 million per year until 2014 for its naming rights.

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Verizon Center
Verizon Center in Washington, DC
NHL Home of the:  Washington Capitals

WASHINGTON, DC:  The Verizon Center (formerly MCI Center) is a sports and entertainment arena in Washington, D.C., USA, named after telecommunications sponsor Verizon Communications. The arena has been nicknamed the "Phone Booth" because of its association with telecommunications companies. The arena is home to the Washington Capitals of the NHL, Washington Wizards of the NBA, Georgetown University men's basketball, and Washington Mystics of the WNBA. It is located in the Chinatown neighborhood of Washington.

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Wells Fargo Center
Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA
NHL Home of the:  Philadelphia Flyers

PHILADELPHIA, PA:  The Wells Fargo Center is an indoor arena located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The arena was formerly known as Spectrum II (prior to construction), CoreStates Center, First Union Center and Wachovia Center. The arena was completed in 1996, on what was once the site of John F. Kennedy Stadium (originally Philadelphia Municipal Stadium) at a cost of $206 million, largely privately financed (though the city and state helped to pay for the local infrastructure). The building lies at the southwest corner of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, which comprises its predecessor for several sports teams, the Spectrum, Lincoln Financial Field, and Citizens Bank Park.

It is the home arena of the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League, the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association, the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League, and the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League.

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Xcel Energy Center
Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN
NHL Home of the:  Minnesota Wild

ST. PAUL, MN:  Xcel Energy Center (The X) is a sports arena in Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S. sponsored by Xcel Energy. It is home to the NHL's Minnesota Wild and the NLL's Minnesota Swarm. It is owned by the city of Saint Paul and operated by Minnesota Sports & Entertainment. It is on the same block as the RiverCentre convention facility, Roy Wilkins Auditorium, and Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. The arena has four spectator levels: one suite level, and three general seating levels named the 100 level, the club level, and the 200 level. Its official capacity is 18,064.

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