Amalie Arena (Tampa Bay Lightning Stadium)


Home of the three-time Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning, Amalie Arena, opened in 1996 and is located in downtown Tampa’s Channelside District. totaling $139 million to build, the city of Tampa paid $86 million and the Tampa Bay Lightning paid $53 million for the venue’s construction and infrastructure.  The …

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Gila River Arena (Arizona Coyotes Stadium)


Gila River Arena is part of a $1 billion development in Glendale, Arizona called the Westgate Entertainment District.  The arena anchors the area, which includes shopping, dining, and a multitude of different entertainment options.  The arena itself opened in December of 2006 and cost $220 million to build.  The arena …

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Honda Center (Anaheim Ducks Stadium)


The Honda Center, home to the 2006-07 Stanley Cup champions, the Anaheim Ducks, opened its doors on June 19th, 1993 after approximately two and a half years of construction at the cost of $123 million.  Honda took over the naming rights in 2006 and have since renewed through 2030. The …

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Ball Arena (Colorado Avalanche Stadium)


Ball Arena, which until 2020 was the Pepsi Center, is located in Denver, Colorado, and is the home of the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, members of the league’s Western Conference Central Division.  The arena opened in 1999 and cost $187 million to build. The Avalanche were originally founded in 1972 as …

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KeyBank Center (Buffalo Sabres Stadium)


KeyBank Center, home of the Buffalo Sabres, has had several names since its first opening in 1996, including Marine Midland Arena, HSBC Arena, and First Niagara Center.  At the cost of $127 million, the arena took just under two years to build and replaced Buffalo Memorial Auditorium as the Sabres …

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