List of National Hockey League arenas
The following is a list of National Hockey League (NHL) arenas. This list includes past, present, and future arenas.
Current arenas 
Map of current arenas 
Future, Proposed Arenas 
|Future, Proposed Arenas|
|Barclays Center||New York Islanders||Brooklyn, New York City, NY||15,000+||2012 (2015 for the NHL)|||
|New Edmonton Arena||Edmonton Oilers||Edmonton, AB||18,500||2016|||
|New Quebec City Amphitheatre||Relocated or expansion team||Quebec City, QC||18,482||2015|
|GTA Centre||Relocated or expansion team||Markham, ON||20,000||2016|
|New Seattle Arena||Relocated or expansion team||Seattle, WA||19,000||2016|||
Former arenas 
Defunct teams 
|Defunct Teams Arenas|
|Team (years in NHL)||Arena||Years Used||Capacity||Opened||City||Reference|
(New York Americans)
|Madison Square Garden (III)||1925–1942||15,928||1925||New York City, NY|
(California Golden Seals)
|Coliseum at Richfield||1976–1978||18,544||1974||Richfield, OH|
|Oakland Coliseum Arena
Oracle Arena (2006–present)
Oakland Arena (2004–2006)
The Arena in Oakland (1997–2004)
|Barton Street Arena||1920–1925||4,500||1910||Hamilton, ON|
|Quebec Arena||1919–1920||6,000||1913||Quebec City, QC|
|Philadelphia Arena||1930–1931||4,000||1920||Philadelphia, PA|
|Duquesne Gardens||1925–1930||6,500||1890||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Montreal Forum||1924–1938||17,959||1924||Montréal, QC|||
|Montreal Arena||1917–1918||6,000||1898||Montréal, QC|
|St. Louis Eagles
|St. Louis Arena||1934–1935||20,000||1929||St. Louis, MO|
|Ottawa Auditorium||1923–1934||10,000||1923||Ottawa, ON|||
Outdoor Venues 
|Edmonton Oilers||Commonwealth Stadium||2003||57,167||Edmonton, AB|
|Buffalo Sabres||Ralph Wilson Stadium||2008||71,217||Orchard Park, NY|
|Chicago Blackhawks||Wrigley Field||2009||40,818||Chicago, IL|
|Boston Bruins||Fenway Park||2010||38,112||Boston, MA|
|Pittsburgh Penguins||Heinz Field||2011||68,111||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Calgary Flames||McMahon Stadium||41,022||Calgary, AB|
|Philadelphia Flyers||Citizens Bank Park||2012||46,967||Philadelphia, PA|
Neutral Venues 
|SAP Arena||2011||Mannheim, Germany|
|O2 Arena (London)||2007||London, England|
|Eistadion Brehmstrasse||1991||Düsseldorf, Germany|
|Malmo Arena||2013||Malmo, Sweden|
|Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy||2013||Paris, France|
|Ericsson Globe||2008-2011||Stockholm, Sweden|
|O2 Arena (Prague)||2008, 2010||Prague, Czech Republic|
|O2 Arena (Hamburg)||2011||Hamburg, Germany|
|Hartwall Areena||2009-2011||Helsinki, Finland|
|O2 World (Berlin)||2011||Berlin, Germany|
|Lanxess Arena||2013||Cologne, Germany|
- Eastern Conference
Opened in 2007, the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ is the NHL's second newest arena, only behind Pittsburgh's Consol Energy Center
Madison Square Garden is the NHL's oldest active arena, home of the New York Rangers
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, home of the New York Islanders
Wells Fargo Arena, home of the Philadelphia Flyers
The Consol Energy Center is the NHL's newest arena, home of the Pittsburgh Penguins
TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins
The Bell Centre, home of the Montreal Canadiens. Largest arena in the NHL by seating capacity.
Scotiabank Place, home of the Ottawa Senators
The MTS Centre is home to the Winnipeg Jets. Smallest arena in the NHL by seating capacity.
PNC Arena, home of the Carolina Hurricanes
BB&T Center, home of the Florida Panthers
The Tampa Bay Times Forum, the home arena of the Tampa Bay Lightning
The Washington Capitals play at the Verizon Center
- Western Conference
The Columbus Blue Jackets play at the Nationwide Arena
The Detroit Red Wings call the Joe Louis Arena home
The Bridgestone Arena is the home of the Nashville Predators
Scottrade Center, home of the St. Louis Blues
The Colorado Avalanche play at the Pepsi Center
Rexall Place, home of the Edmonton Oilers
The Xcel Energy Center, home to the Minnesota Wild
The Anaheim Ducks play at the Honda Center
The American Airlines Center is the home of the Dallas Stars
The Los Angeles Kings play out of the Staples Center
Jobing.com Arena, home of the Phoenix Coyotes
The San Jose Sharks play at HP Pavilion
See also 
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