American Airline Center (Dallas Stars Stadium)

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American Airlines Center, home of the NHL’s Dallas Stars, opened on July 1st, 2001 and cost $20 million to build.  The arena replaced Reunion Arena which opened in 1980.  The Stars share American Airlines Center with the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, as they did with Reunion Arena. The arena has held …

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Capital One Arena (Washington Capitals Stadium)

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Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. is home to the NHL’s Washington Capitals. After approximately two years of construction at the cost of $260 million, Capital One Arena opened on December 2nd, 1997 and is regarded as one of the driving catalysts of the revitalization of Washington, D.C.’s Chinatown neighborhood.  …

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Prudential Center (New Jersey Devils Stadium)

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In the central business district of Newark, New Jersey, you will find the Prudential Center, home of the New Jersey Devils.  The Prudential Center opened in October of 2007 after exactly two years of construction which cost $450 million.  The arena brought major league sports to Newark’s downtown area, and …

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Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia Flyers Stadium)

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The Wells Fargo Center is a multifunction arena located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is home to the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers.  The arena opened in 1996 and received several upgrades 10 years later, including a new center-hung scoreboard similar to other scoreboards in new NBA and NHL arenas. An additional linear …

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Amalie Arena (Tampa Bay Lightning Stadium)

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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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