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Saturday, November 25, 2006


A quick rundown of the team's arena's and capcity.

Anaheim Ducks- Arrowhead Pond, 17,174
Atlanta Thrashers- Phillips Arena, 18,750
Boston Bruins- TD Banknorth Garden, 17, 565
Buffalo Sabres- HSBC Arena, 18,595
Calgary Flames- Saddledome, 20,000
Carolina Hurricanes- RBC Center, 19,000
Chicago Blackhawks- United Center, 20,500
Colorado Avalanche- Pepsi Center, 19,099
Columbus Blue Jackets- Nationwide Arena, 18,500
Dallas Stars- American Airlines Center, 16, 924
Detroit Red Wings- Joe Louis Arena, 19,983
Edmonton Oilers- Rexall Place, 17,099
Florida Panthers- BankAtlantic Center, 19,250
Los Angeles Kings- Staples Center, 18,118
Minnesota Wild- XCel Energy Center, 18,064
Montreal Canadiens- Bell Centre, 21,273
Nashville Predators- Gaylord Entertainment Center, 18,000
New Jersey Devils- Continental Airlines Arena, 19,040
New York Islanders- Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 16,297
New York Rangers- Madison Square Garden, 18,200
Ottawa Senators- Corel Centre, 18,500
Philadelphia Flyers- Wachovia Center, 19,511
Phoenix Coyotes- Glendale Arena, 18,000
Pittsburgh Penguins- Mellon Arena, 17,181
San Jose Sharks- HP Pavilion, 17,190
St. Louis Blues- Savvis Center, 19,260
Tampa Bay Lightning- St. Petersburg Times Forum, 19,500
Toronto Maple Leafs- Air Canada Centre, 18,800
Vancouver Canucks- General Motors Place, 18,422
Washington Capitals- Verizon Center, 19,740

Largest arena- Montreal Canadiens, 21,273
Smallest arena- New York Islanders, 16,297

Boston Bruins have 7th smallest arena in NHL.


Blogger Walshie said...

It's sad that it's the 7th smallest and they still can't sell it out

11:59 AM  

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