Aréna Jacques Plante

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Aréna Jacques-Plante
Aréna Jacques-Plante.jpg
Location 55 rue Broadway
Shawinigan, Québec G9N 8B8
Capacity 3,700
Opened 1937[1]
Tenants
Shawinigan Cataractes (1969–2008)

The Arena Jacques Plante is a 2,524-seat (total capacity 3,700) multi-purpose arena in Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada. It was built in 1937. It was home to the Shawinigan Cataractes Ice hockey team. The arena is named in honour of Jacques Plante; formerly, the building was known as the Shawinigan Municipal Auditorium. In 2008, the building was closed in favour of the new Centre Bionest located adjacent to the Arena Jacques Plante.

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Coordinates: 46°32′36″N 72°44′42″W / 46.5432°N 72.7450°W / 46.5432; -72.7450