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.
Madison Square Garden and Joe Louis Arena are the only current arenas not to be named after corporate sponsors. That number will shrink to one with the opening of Little Caesars Arena, which will replace Joe Louis Arena.
- † Underwent extensive renovations from 2010 to 2013, resulting in a completely new arena bowl and concourses within the original structure.
Map of current arenas
|T-Mobile Arena||Vegas Golden Knights||Paradise, Nevada||17,368||2016|||
|Little Caesars Arena||Detroit Red Wings||Detroit, Michigan||20,000||2017|||
|Arizona Coyotes Arena||Arizona Coyotes||Tempe, Arizona||16,000||2019|||
|Ottawa Major Events Centre||Ottawa Senators||Ottawa, Ontario||18,000||2021|||
|Calgary Events Centre||Calgary Flames||Calgary, Alberta||19,000–20,000||Unknown|||
(Chicago Black Hawks)
|Chicago Stadium||1929–1994||18,472||1929||Chicago, Illinois|||
|McNichols Sports Arena||1995–1999||16,061||1975||Denver, Colorado|||
|Quebec Coliseum / Colisée de Québec
Colisée Pepsi (1999–present)
|1972–1995||15,399||1950||Quebec City, Quebec|||
(Minnesota North Stars)
|Reunion Arena||1993–2001||17,001||1980||Dallas, Texas|
|Met Center||1967–1993||15,000||1967||Bloomington, Minnesota|
|St. Louis Blues|
|St. Louis Arena
The Checkerdome (1977–1983)
|1967–1994||17,188||1929||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Philips Arena||1999–2011||18,545||1999||Atlanta, Georgia|||
(Mighty Ducks of Anaheim)
(Winnipeg Jets (1972–96))
|America West Arena
US Airways Center (2006–2015)
Talking Stick Resort Arena (2015–present)
|Winnipeg Arena||1972–1996||15,567||1955||Winnipeg, Manitoba|||
|Stampede Corral||1980–1983||7,424||1950||Calgary, Alberta|
|Omni Coliseum||1972–1980||15,278||1972||Atlanta, Georgia|
Northlands Coliseum (1974–1995, 2016–present)
Edmonton Coliseum (1995–1998)
Skyreach Centre (1998–2003)
Rexall Place (2003–2016)
|Los Angeles Kings|
|Great Western Forum
The Forum (1967–1988, 2003–present)
|San Jose Sharks|
|Cow Palace||1991–1993||11,089||1941||Daly City, California|
|Pacific Coliseum||1970–1995||16,150||1967||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Defunct Teams Arenas|
|Team (years in NHL)||Arena||Years used||Capacity||Opened||Location||Reference|
(New York Americans)
|Madison Square Garden (III)||1925–1942||15,928||1925||New York City, New York|
(California Golden Seals)
|Coliseum at Richfield||1976–1978||18,544||1974||Richfield, Ohio|
|Oakland Coliseum Arena
Oracle Arena (2006–present)
Oakland Arena (2004–2006)
The Arena in Oakland (1997–2004)
(Quebec Athletic Club)
|Barton Street Arena||1920–1925||4,500||1910||Hamilton, Ontario|
|Quebec Arena||1919–1920||6,000||1913||Quebec City, Quebec|
|Philadelphia Arena||1930–1931||4,000||1920||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Duquesne Gardens||1925–1930||6,500||1890||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|Montreal Forum||1924–1938||17,959||1924||Montreal, Quebec|||
|Montreal Arena||1917–1918||6,000||1898||Montreal, Quebec|
|St. Louis Eagles
|St. Louis Arena||1934–1935||20,000||1929||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Ottawa Auditorium||1923–1934||10,000||1923||Ottawa, Ontario|||
The following are outdoor venues that have hosted either the Heritage Classic, Winter Classic or the Stadium Series (including confirmed hosts of future events in those series), plus the confirmed host of the upcoming one-off Centennial Classic:
The following are neutral venues that have hosted regular season games:
|Arena||Event participated||Years used||Location||Reference|
|Yoyogi Arena||Regular season Japanese games||1997–1998||Tokyo, Japan|
|Saitama Super Arena||Regular season Japanese games||2000||Saitama City, Japan|
|The O2 Arena (London)||NHL Premiere||2007||London, United Kingdom|
|Ericsson Globe||NHL Premiere||2008–2011||Stockholm, Sweden|
|O2 Arena (Prague)
Sazka Arena (2004–2008)
|NHL Premiere||2008, 2010||Prague, Czech Republic|
|Hartwall Areena||NHL Premiere||2009–2011||Helsinki, Finland|
|O2 World (Berlin)
Mercedes-Benz Arena (2015–present)
|NHL Premiere||2011||Berlin, Germany|
- Eastern Conference
TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins, was built next to the old (and since demolished) Boston Garden
The KeyBank Center is the home of the Buffalo Sabres
The Detroit Red Wings call the Joe Louis Arena home
The Bell Centre, home of the Montreal Canadiens, is the largest arena in the NHL by seating capacity
Amalie Arena, the home arena of the Tampa Bay Lightning
The Toronto Maple Leafs play out of the Air Canada Centre
The Columbus Blue Jackets play at the Nationwide Arena
The Prudential Center in Newark, is the home of the New Jersey Devils
Barclays Center, home of the New York Islanders, is located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn
Madison Square Garden in the New York City borough of Manhattan is the NHL's oldest active arena, home of the New York Rangers
Wells Fargo Center, home of the Philadelphia Flyers, is located in the city's multi-sports complex
PPG Paints Arena is the home of the Pittsburgh Penguins
The Washington Capitals play at the Verizon Center
- Western Conference
The American Airlines Center is the home of the Dallas Stars
The Bridgestone Arena is the home of the Nashville Predators
The Anaheim Ducks play at the Honda Center
- List of U.S. stadiums by capacity
- List of European ice hockey arenas
- List of current National Football League stadiums
- List of Major League Baseball stadiums
- List of Major League Soccer stadiums
- List of Major League Lacrosse stadiums
- List of National Basketball Association arenas
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