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|Auditorium de Verdun|
|Location||4110, boulevard LaSalle, Verdun, Montreal, Quebec H4G 2A5|
|Owner||City of Montreal|
|Capacity||Hockey: 3,795 seated (4,114 total)|
|Opened||November 28, 1939|
|Montreal Junior Hockey Club (QMJHL) (2008-2011)
Verdun Dragons (LNAH) (2001–2006)
Montreal Dragons (NBL) (1993)
Verdun Collège Français (QMJHL) (1991–1994)
Verdun Juniors (QMJHL) (1982–1984)
Verdun Éperviers (QMJHL) (1977–1981)
Verdun Maple Leafs (QMJHL) (1920s-1972)
Verdun Auditorium is an arena in the Montreal borough of Verdun, Quebec, Canada. The building was constructed in 1938 and holds 4,114. The largest arena in the west end of Montreal, the complex is also home to Arena Denis Savard, a small minor-hockey rink, attached to its side. The Auditorium has hosted various Quebec Major Junior Hockey League teams, including the Verdun Juniors, Verdun Éperviers and Verdun Collège Français. In 1993 it also hosted the Montreal Dragons for its lone season in the short lived National Basketball League.
On January 25th, 2008, the QMJHL approved the sale of the St. John's Fog Devils to Montreal businessman Farrel Miller, who relocated the team to Montreal, where it was known as the Montreal Junior Hockey Club. In the summer of 2011, the team moved to Boisbriand to become the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada.
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