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05-11-2011, 05:46 PM
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How many rinks have you visited?

Saw this in another forum and thought it would get a pretty good response here. List and discuss all the rinks you have visited.

I have only named the larger capacity rinks I have visited, so here is my total list so far:
Canada - Total 130
British Columbia -91
Rogers Arena - Vancouver Canucks - Cap.18,860
Cranbrook Rec Plex - Kootenay Ice- WHL - 4,665
Interior Savings Centre - Kamploops Blazers - WHL - 5,658
Pacific Coliseum - Vancouver Giants - WHL - 16,281 (saw my first NHL game here!)
Penticton Memorial Arena - 2,212 (great memories in this rink)
Prospera Place - Kelowna Rockets - WHL - 6,886 (hot building to play in)
SOEC - Penticton Vees - BCHL - 5,200 - one of the best Jr.A rinks in Canada
Alberta - Total 7
Scotiabank Saddledome - Calgary Flames/Hitmen - NHL/WHL - 19,289 (got to tour dressing room with Theo Fleury after a game)
ENMAX Centrium - Red Deer Rebels - WHL - 6,706
Saskatchewan - Total 11
Credit Union Centre - Saskatoon Blades - WHL - 14,705 (love playing in this rink)
Brandt Centre - Regina Pats - WHL - 7,000
Credit Union iPlex - Swift Current Broncos - WHL - 3,239
Ontario - Total 10
Windsor Arena - Windsor Spitfires- OHL - 4,400 (Detroit Red Wings used to play here)
Peterborough Memorial Centre - Peterborough Petes - OHL - 4,329
Quebec - Total 7
Centre Bell - Montreal Canadiens - NHL - 21,273 (simply amazing, my favourite arena)
Nova Scotia - Total 6
Halifax Metro Centre - Halifax Mooseheads - QMJHL - 10,595
Halifax Forum - Saint Mary's University - CIS - 5,600 (such an old rink!)

USA - Total 63
Arizona - Total 2
Jobing.com Arena - Phoenix Coyotes - NHL - 17,125
Colorado - 1
World Arena - Colorado College - NCAA1 - 7,750
Connecticut - 3
Delaware - 1
Iowa -1
Indiana -1
Memorial Coliseum - Fort Wayne Komets - CHL - 10,500
Maine - total 6
Massachusetts - Total 8
Michigan -Total 8
Joe Louis Arena - Detroit Red Wings - NHL - 20,058
Yost Ice Arena - University of Michigan - NCAA1 - 6,637
Munn Ice Arena - Michigan State University - NCAA1 - 6,470
John McInnes Arena - Michigan Tech University - NCAA1 - 4,200
Minnesota - 1
Missouri - 2
St.Charles Family Arena - Missouri River Otters - UHL- 9,643
New Hampshire - total 6
Thompson Arena - Dartmouth College - NCAA1 - 4,500
New York - 3
Ohio - 1
Pennsylvania - 2
Washington - 4
Spokane Arena - Spokane Chiefs - WHL - 10,759
Wisconsin - 4
Vermont - total 10
Gutterson Field House - University of Vermont - NCAA1 - 4,035

Europe
Turkey - 2
Belpa Buz Pateni - Ankara
Zeytinburnu - Istanbul
Spain -1
FC Barcelona - Barcelona

TOTAL Hockey Rinks visited - 199 ... and still going

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I've, uh, been to The Joe, Windsor Arena, Lawson (Western Michigan University), Kalamazoo Wings Stadium, and the old Maple Leaf Gardens. Palace of Auburn Hills (when the Detroit Vipers played there) if that counts. So...5, maybe 6. I'm barely able to call myself a hockey fan.

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Really? I think I've only played in about nine rinks and three outdoor pads, most of which were owned and operated by the City of Toronto.

I once attended a public skate at the Air Canada Centre, and once hit the ice at Riccoh Collisieum after a Sunday Marlies game. Do those count?!

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I've, uh, been to The Joe, Windsor Arena, Lawson (Western Michigan University), Kalamazoo Wings Stadium, and the old Maple Leaf Gardens. Palace of Auburn Hills (when the Detroit Vipers played there) if that counts. So...5, maybe 6. I'm barely able to call myself a hockey fan.
How was the the Palace? I always wanted to check it out when I was living in Windsor, but never found the time (or a ride).

Joe Louis is a great rink to watch a game in.

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Really? I think I've only played in about nine rinks and three outdoor pads, most of which were owned and operated by the City of Toronto.

I once attended a public skate at the Air Canada Centre, and once hit the ice at Riccoh Collisieum after a Sunday Marlies game. Do those count?!
Any rink visited counts, even if it was just to walk in and take a look around.

I have had the opportunity to play in most of the rinks I have visited through my extensive hockey career. But I have always enjoyed checking out rinks and seeing the unique features they have.

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Too many to count.

Twice I played at the ol' Civic Arena, though

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I've played at the Bell Centre, beautiful rink. Jumbotron is so big you can barely see it standing at the blue line

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Toronto: Maple Leaf Gardens --- too many times to count
Toronto: Air Canada Centre (played there once) --- too many times to count
Toronto: Ricoh Coliseum
Montreal: Bell Centre --- 4 times
Buffalo: HSBC Arena --- 4 times

Do local arenas count?

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Too many to count.

Twice I played at the ol' Civic Arena, though
same here. Played in almost every rink in the Pittsburgh area, plus some in Ohio & Nebraska. Played at the Igloo a few times in high school & skated at Consol this past year.

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When I get a chance I'll sit down and try to get a list going. I've been in rinks in North America and Europe...should be a cool list.

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NHL

Montreal - (Forum and Bell Centre)
Toronto - (Maple Leaf Gardens and ACC)
Quebec - Le Colisee
Calgary - Saddledome
Vancouver - GM Place
LA - Staples Centre
Anaheim - Duck Pond
New York - MSG, Naussau Coliseum
NJ - Meadowlands

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How was the the Palace? I always wanted to check it out when I was living in Windsor, but never found the time (or a ride).

Joe Louis is a great rink to watch a game in.
I live about a mile away from the Palace and used to go to Vipers games all the time as a kid so I feel qualified to answer this question.















It's about the same as most arenas.

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I'll keep it to NHL rinks. My favorite are Xcel and ACC. Anaheim and Phoenix are probably the worst.

saw a game/practice:
- Xcel Energy Center (St Paul MN)
- United Center (Chicago IL)
- GM Place/Rogers (Vancouver BC)
- HP Pavilion (San Jose CA)
- Staples Center (Los Angeles CA)
- Honda Center (Anaheim CA)
- Jobing Arena (Glendale AZ)
- American Airlines Center (Dallas TX)
- Nationwide Arena (Columbus OH)
- Joe Louis Arena (Detroit MI)
- Air Canada Centre (Toronto ON)
- Consol Energy Center (Pittsburgh PA)
- Prudential Center (Newark NJ)
- Bell Centre (Montreal QC)
- Scotiabank Place (Kanata ON)
- Philips Arena (Atlanta GA)
- St Pete Times Forum (Tampa FL)
- BankAtlantic Center (Sunrise FL)
- RBC Center (Raleigh NC)
- Verizon Center (Washington DC)
- HSBC Arena (Buffalo NY)

visited only:
- Scottrade Center (St Louis MO)
- Maples Leafs Garden (Toronto ON)
- Montreal Forum (Montreal QC)
- Civic/Mellon Arena (Pittsburgh PA)
- TD Garden (Boston MA)

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Been to a rink in KL in Malaysia.... I remember there was one dude out there in the middle of everyone, desperately practicing his hockey stops with ankle busters.

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I'll keep it to NHL rinks. My favorite are Xcel and ACC. Anaheim and Phoenix are probably the worst.

saw a game/practice:
- Xcel Energy Center (St Paul MN)
- United Center (Chicago IL)
- GM Place/Rogers (Vancouver BC)
- HP Pavilion (San Jose CA)
- Staples Center (Los Angeles CA)
- Honda Center (Anaheim CA)
- Jobing Arena (Glendale AZ)
- American Airlines Center (Dallas TX)
- Nationwide Arena (Columbus OH)
- Joe Louis Arena (Detroit MI)
- Air Canada Centre (Toronto ON)
- Consol Energy Center (Pittsburgh PA)
- Prudential Center (Newark NJ)
- Bell Centre (Montreal QC)
- Scotiabank Place (Kanata ON)
- Philips Arena (Atlanta GA)
- St Pete Times Forum (Tampa FL)
- BankAtlantic Center (Sunrise FL)
- RBC Center (Raleigh NC)
- Verizon Center (Washington DC)
- HSBC Arena (Buffalo NY)

visited only:
- Scottrade Center (St Louis MO)
- Maples Leafs Garden (Toronto ON)
- Montreal Forum (Montreal QC)
- Civic/Mellon Arena (Pittsburgh PA)
- TD Garden (Boston MA)
That's an impressive NHL list!

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Pengrowth Saddledome - Calgary ab.
Crushed Can - Moose Jaw sk.
Yorkton Agriplex - Yorkton sk.
Weyburn Arena (Some Oil Company owns it) - Weyburn sk.
Brandt Centre - Regina sk.
Strasburg Community Centre - Strasbourgh sk. (Best rink Burgers I've ever had, had to list it)
Back when Vancouver's rink was 'GM Place' - Vancouver, bc
MTS Centre - Winnipeg, mb
And Numerous other small town rinks.

And my Uncle has a small piece of the outer walls of Maple Leaf Gardens (super cool btw.) So I've sorta been there.

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The only NHL rink I've ever seen in person is the ACC where I watched a Leaf game a couple of years ago. I'd like to see at least 2-3 more games in Toronto in my life, but its tough (go on a nice vacation somewhere or go to Toronto...yeah).

Other than that I've been to:
Mile One Centre - St. John's
Centre 200 - Sydney N.S. (once skated with there as a kid, lot of fun)

Since you started the thread with how many you have visited in total, I'm going to try and name all the one's I've been too even if they only have a capacity of 100 because this seems like fun haha.

Newfoundland:
Stephenville Dome - Stephenville, NL
Stephenville Gardens - Stephenville, NL (converted U.S.A.F. hangar on the airport tarmac)
Pepsi Centre - Corner Brook
Kinsmen Arena II - Corner Brook
Bruce II Arena - Port-aux-Basques
Dickie Bennett Memorial - St. George's (you have to play 4 on 4, ice is the size of my garage)
Hodder Memorial - Deer Lake
Gros Morne Arena - Rocky Harbour
Twin Towns Sports Complex - Port-aux-Choix
Straits Arena - St. Barbe (ironically, majority is owned by 2 neighbouring towns, or so I'm told)
Tommy Ricketts Arena - Baie Verte
Cape John Arena - La Scie
Joe Byrne Stadium - Grand Falls-Windsor
Lewisporte Stadium - Lewisporte
Gander Community Centre - Gander
Pat O'Reilly Memorial Stadium - Bishop's Falls
Twin Rinks - St. John's

Nova Scotia
Whitney Pier Rink - Sydney
County Arena - Coxheath
Centennial Arena - Sydney
Bayplex - Glace Bay
New Waterford Community Centre - New Waterford
North Sydney Community Forum - North Sydney
Canada Games Centre - Sydney

Grand Total of 27 rinks in my life.

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Only been to Pepsi Center.

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THere is a bar in ST. ALbert called the rink, does that count?

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Edmonton - Rexall Place
Calgary - Saddledome
Vancouver - GM Place
LA - Staples Centre

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Saw this in another forum and thought it would get a pretty good response here. List and discuss all the rinks you have visited.

I have only named the larger capacity rinks I have visited, so here is my total list so far:
Canada - Total 130
British Columbia -91
Rogers Arena - Vancouver Canucks - Cap.18,860
Cranbrook Rec Plex - Kootenay Ice- WHL - 4,665
Interior Savings Centre - Kamploops Blazers - WHL - 5,658
Pacific Coliseum - Vancouver Giants - WHL - 16,281 (saw my first NHL game here!)
Penticton Memorial Arena - 2,212 (great memories in this rink)
Prospera Place - Kelowna Rockets - WHL - 6,886 (hot building to play in)
SOEC - Penticton Vees - BCHL - 5,200 - one of the best Jr.A rinks in Canada
Alberta - Total 7
Scotiabank Saddledome - Calgary Flames/Hitmen - NHL/WHL - 19,289 (got to tour dressing room with Theo Fleury after a game)
ENMAX Centrium - Red Deer Rebels - WHL - 6,706
Saskatchewan - Total 11
Credit Union Centre - Saskatoon Blades - WHL - 14,705 (love playing in this rink)
Brandt Centre - Regina Pats - WHL - 7,000
Credit Union iPlex - Swift Current Broncos - WHL - 3,239
Ontario - Total 10
Windsor Arena - Windsor Spitfires- OHL - 4,400 (Detroit Red Wings used to play here)
Peterborough Memorial Centre - Peterborough Petes - OHL - 4,329
Quebec - Total 7
Centre Bell - Montreal Canadiens - NHL - 21,273 (simply amazing, my favourite arena)
Nova Scotia - Total 6
Halifax Metro Centre - Halifax Mooseheads - QMJHL - 10,595
Halifax Forum - Saint Mary's University - CIS - 5,600 (such an old rink!)

USA - Total 63
Arizona - Total 2
Jobing.com Arena - Phoenix Coyotes - NHL - 17,125
Colorado - 1
World Arena - Colorado College - NCAA1 - 7,750
Connecticut - 3
Delaware - 1
Iowa -1
Indiana -1
Memorial Coliseum - Fort Wayne Komets - CHL - 10,500
Maine - total 6
Massachusetts - Total 8
Michigan -Total 8
Joe Louis Arena - Detroit Red Wings - NHL - 20,058
Yost Ice Arena - University of Michigan - NCAA1 - 6,637
Munn Ice Arena - Michigan State University - NCAA1 - 6,470
John McInnes Arena - Michigan Tech University - NCAA1 - 4,200
Minnesota - 1
Missouri - 2
St.Charles Family Arena - Missouri River Otters - UHL- 9,643
New Hampshire - total 6
Thompson Arena - Dartmouth College - NCAA1 - 4,500
New York - 3
Ohio - 1
Pennsylvania - 2
Washington - 4
Spokane Arena - Spokane Chiefs - WHL - 10,759
Wisconsin - 4
Vermont - total 10
Gutterson Field House - University of Vermont - NCAA1 - 4,035

Europe
Turkey - 2
Belpa Buz Pateni - Ankara
Zeytinburnu - Istanbul
Spain -1
FC Barcelona - Barcelona

TOTAL Hockey Rinks visited - 199 ... and still going

I have been to two. 1) Pineville Ice House, Charlotte NC; 2) Time Warner Cable Arena for a Checkers game (capacity for hockey unknown)

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I've seen my fair share of arena's but of all of them. The nicest NHL or otherwise is The Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Truely the most beautiful arena made.
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I have been to the arenas of the following teams (easier to list teams instead of arena names )

NHL

Philadelphia Flyers
Pittsburgh Penguins (Igloo)
New York Rangers
New York Islanders
New Jersey Devils (old)
Columbus Blue Jackets
Montreal Canadiens
Washington Capitals
Phoenix Coyotes

AHL

Philadelphia Phantoms Spectrum
Hershey Bears (both Hersheypark Arena and Giant Center)
WB/S Penguins
Binghamton Senators
Rochester Americans
Adirondack Phantoms
Albany River Rats/Devils
Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Hartford Wolfpack/Whale
Springfield Falcons
Worcester Icecats/Sharks
Lowell Lock Monsters/Devils
Manchester Monarchs
Providence Bruins
Portland Pirates
Lake Erie Monsters/Cleveland Barons
Grand Rapids Griffins
Norfolk Admirals
Charlotte Checkers

ECHL

Elmira Jackals
Reading Royals
Trenton Devils/Titans
Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
Cincinnati Cyclones
Gwinnett Gladiators
South Carolina Stingrays

UHL

Danbury Trashers

IHL

Orlando Solar Bears

DEL

Adler Mannheim

OHL

Sarnia Sting

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Hmm...haven't seen that many I guess haha, here's a listing of what I remember...perhaps I missed a few...

Professional/Amateur
-Madison Square Garden (New York Rangers) - New York, NY
-Schneider Arena (Providence College) - Providence, RI
-Agganis Arena (Boston University) - Boston, MA
-Walter Brown Arena (Boston University) - Boston, MA
-Kelley Rink (Boston College) - Chestnut Hill, MA
-Tsongas Arena (Lowell Loch Ness Monsters/Devils/UMass Lowell) - Lowell, MA
-Mullins Center (UMass Amherst) - Amherst, MA
-Whittemore Center (University of New Hampshire) - Durham, NH
-Matthews Arena (Northeastern University) - Boston, MA
-J. Thom Lawler Arena (Merrimack College) - North Andover, MA
-Hart Center (Holy Cross College) - Worcester, MA
-Meehan Auditorium (Brown University) - Providence, RI

Public
-Chelsea Piers East and West Rinks (Public) - New York, NY
-Bank of America Skating Center (Public) - Providence, RI
-Westchester Skating Academy (Public) - Elmsford, NY
-Škoda "Slovakia on Ice" Rink (Public) - Bratislava, SVK

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I will break mine down into 2 lists, ones that I played on, and ones that I have visited. Keep in mind, this is all just off the top of my head:

Played:
ONTARIO (Windsor and area)
Windsor Arena
WFCU Centre
Riverside
Adie Knox
Adstoll
Ice Park
LaSalle (old)
Essex (old one)
Amherstburg (old one)
Kingsville
St. Clair Beach (torn down now)
Tecumseh
Belle River (known now as Lakeshore)
Leamington (Sherk Centre)

Ontario (outside of Windsor/Essex)
Jack Bionda Arena - Huntsville, ON (cool old time hockey place)

Michigan
Southfield Sports Arena
Ann Arbor Ice Cube -? - (for UofMich business school tourny)
Joe Louis Arena

Visited as a spectator:
Windsor Arena
WFCU Centre (Spitfires season ticket holder since mid 1980's)

Joe Louis Arena

Palace of Auburn Hills - saw quite a few Vipers (IHL) games

Compuware Arena (Plymouth, MI)
Oak Park Arena (home of Plymouth Whalers before above was open)

ACC - go Leafs! Leafs fan of course
Maple Leaf Gardens - many times (walked around the ice for closing ceremonies, as well as the entire building that day - volunteered to help)

HSBC (Buffalo - yep, for a Leafs game (a win in fact!))

Chicago Stadium (last year it was in service) - super awesome experience, plus Leafs won.

Bell Centre (Montreal)

RBC Arena (Carolina) - for game 5 of Conference Finals - Leafs win 1-0!

Sarnia Arena (old home of Sting)
London Gardens (old Knights arena)
John Labbatt Centre
Brampton Sports & Rec Centre (Now Powerade Centre)
Harry Lumley Bayshore Comm Centre (home of Owen Sound Attack)


Plus, pretty much every community arena from Windsor to the other size of Chatham for my daughter's hockey pursuits.

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