An ice hockey arena (or ice hockey venue, or ice hockey stadium) is a sport venue in which an ice hockey competition is held. Alternatively it is used for other sports such as broomball, ringette and rink bandy
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The City of Chicago owes its thanks for the existence of the Chicago Stadium to a man named Paddy Harmon, a local sports promoter who wanted to bring big-time hockey to the "Windy City."
Capital One Arena: 18,573: Washington United States: Washington Capitals (1997–present) 15: American Airlines Center: 18,532: Dallas United States: Dallas Stars (2001–present) 16: Lanxess Arena: 18,500: Cologne Germany: Kölner Haie (1998–present) 17: PPG Paints Arena: 18,387: Pittsburgh United States
The American Hockey League has awarded its 32nd Franchise to the Coachella Valley, which will take the ice in 2022 at the Greater Palm Springs Arena. This new Franchise will be the official affiliate of the NHL’s Seattle Kraken. Place a deposit to reserve your season tickets.
A rendering of the interior of Arizona State’s new hockey arena The cost expects to run $115 million with a completion date of Dec, 2022. The location of the new facility is near the Desert Financial Arena and Sun Devil Stadium with bus stops and light rail already within walking distance.
On March 23, 2006, Atlantic Hockey, an NCAA Division I Men's ice hockey league, announced that its league tournaments in 2007, 2008, and 2009 would be held at the Blue Cross Arena. 2007 was the first time the tournament was held at a neutral site.
A Legend from the Deep Awakens. Naming the Seattle Kraken demanded steep effort, sweat, research, dreaming, analyzing, listening to fans, respecting the region's natural beauty and sifting through ...
Bolshoi Ice Palacet, the venue for the ice hockey events, including the finals, for the 2014 Winter Olympics, under construction. For the Summer and Winter Olympics , there are 46 venues that have been or will be used for ice hockey .
Hockey rinks in the rest of the world follow the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) specifications, which are 60.0 by 30.0 metres (196.9 ft × 98.4 ft) with a corner radius of 8.5 metres (27.9 ft). The two goal lines are 4.0 metres (13.1 ft) from the end boards, and the blue lines are 22.86 metres (75.0 ft) from the end boards.