Ice hockey arena

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.

Multi-purpose arenas

A number of ice hockey arenas were also designed for use by multiple types of sport, such as basketball. In many of these multi-purpose arenas, such as the United Center in Chicago and the Staples Center in Los Angeles, an insulated plywood floor is placed, piece-by-piece, on top of the ice surface, and then the basketball court boards are placed over that.[1][2]

Notable examples

This list is incomplete. See the link above for a more complete list.

Arena names with an asterisk (*) after their city name means that it has either been demolished or is no longer used by any ice hockey teams.

Canada

United States

Finland

Germany

Czech Republic

Russia

Sweden

Switzerland

Italy

United Kingdom

See also

References

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