T-Mobile Arena (Vegas Golden Knights Stadium)

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Opened in April of 2006 after two years of construction costing $375 million, T-Mobile Arena, located in Paradise, Nevada, is home to the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights. The Golden Knights are the NHL’s latest expansion team, beginning play in the 2017-18 season.  The Knights are the only professional team to …

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Rogers Arena (Vancouver Canucks Stadium)

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Rogers Arena has been the home ice of the Vancouver Canucks since 1995.  Located in downtown Vancouver, the arena also hosts lacrosse and other sporting events as well as concerts. The arena was originally known as General Motors Place until 2010 when Rogers Communications took over the naming rights.   The …

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SAP Center (San Jose Sharks Stadium)

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The SAP Center at San Jose has been nicknamed “The Shark Tank,” due to it being the home ice of the San Jose Sharks.  Construction of the arena began in June of 1990 and was completed in September of 1993 for the 1993-94 NHL season.  The Sharks are a member …

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Staples Center (Los Angeles Kings Stadium)

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The Staples Center, located in downtown Los Angeles, California, opened on October 17th, 1999 and is the home ice of the L.A. Kings. The arena took approximately two and a half years to construct at the cost of $375 million.  The Staples Center has been home to many other sports …

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Rogers Place (Edmonton Oilers Stadium)

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Taking approximately two and a half years to build and costing $480 million Canadian, Rogers Place is home to the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL’s Pacific Division in the Western Conference.  The Oilers took up residence in their new venue at the start of the 2016-17 season.  The Oilers had …

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Gila River Arena (Arizona Coyotes Stadium)

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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)

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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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