Complete List Of NHL Hockey Arenas (New For 2021)

This article contains a list of all NHL Hockey arenas with the location, date built, and attendance capacity.

List of NHL teams with arena information

1. Anaheim Ducks

Name: Honda Center

Location: Anaheim, California

Year opened: 1993

Seating capacity: 17,174

2. Arizona Coyotes

Name: Gila River Arena

Location: Glendale, Arizona

Year opened: 2003

Seating capacity: 17,125

3. Boston Bruins

Name: TD Garden

Location: Boston, MA

Year opened: 1995

Seating capacity: 17,850

4. Buffalo Sabres

Name: Keybank Center

Location: Buffalo, NY

Year opened: 1996

Seating capacity: 19,070

5. Calgary Flames

Name: Scotiabank Saddledome

Location: Calgary, Alberta

Year opened: 1983

Seating capacity: 19,289

6. Carolina Hurricanes

Name: PNC Arena

Location: Raleigh, NC

Year opened: 1999

Seating capacity: 18,176

7. Chicago Blackhawks

Name: United Center

Location: Chicago, IL

Year opened: 1994

Seating capacity: 19,717

8. Colorado Avalanche

Name: Ball Arena

Location: Denver, CO

Year opened: 1999

Seating capacity: 17,809

9. Columbus Blue Jackets

Name: Nationwide Arena

Location: Columbus, OH

Year opened: 2000

Seating capacity: 18,500

10. Dallas Stars

Name: American Airlines Center

Location: Dallas, TX

Year opened: 2001

Seating capacity: 18,532

11. Detroit Red Wings

Name: Little Caesar’s Arena

Location: Detroit, MI

Year opened: 2017

Seating capacity: 19,915

12. Edmonton Oilers

Name: Rogers Place

Location: Edmonton, AB

Year opened: 2016

Seating capacity: 18,347

13. Florida Panthers

Name: BB&T Center

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Year opened: 1998

Seating capacity: 19,250

14. Los Angeles Kings

Name: Stapes Center

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Year opened: 1999

Seating capacity: 18,230

15. Minnesota Wild

Name: Xcel Energy Center

Location: St.Paul, MN

Year opened: 2000

Seating capacity: 20,554

16. Montreal Canadiens

Name: Bell Center

Location: Montreal, QC

Year opened: 1996

Seating capacity: 21,302

17. Nashville Predators

Name: Bridgestone Arena

Location: Nashville, TN

Year opened: 1996

Seating capacity: 17,113

18. New Jersey Devils

Name: Prudential Center

Location: Newark, NJ

Year opened: 2007

Seating capacity: 16,514

19. New York Islanders

Name: Barclays Center – New UBS Arena opening late 2021

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Year opened: 2012

Seating capacity: 15,795

20. New York Rangers

Name: Madison Square Garden

Location: New York, NY

Year opened: 1968

Seating capacity: 18,006

21. Ottawa Senators

Name: Canadian Tire Center

Location: Ottawa, ON

Year opened: 1996

Seating capacity: 17,373

22. Philadelphia Flyers

Name: Wells Fargo Center

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Year opened: 1996

Seating capacity: 19,543

23. Pittsburgh Penguins

Name: PPG Paints Arena

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Year opened: 2010

Seating capacity: 18,387

24. San Jose Sharks

Name: SAP Center

Location: San Jose, CA

Year opened: 1993

Seating capacity: 17,562

25. St. Louis Blues

Name: Enterprise Center

Location: St. Louis, MS

Year opened: 1994

Seating capacity: 18,724

26. Tampa Bay Lightning

Name: Amalie Arena

Location: Tampa, FL

Year opened: 1996

Seating capacity: 19,092

27. Toronto Maple Leafs

Name: Scotiabank Arena

Location: Toronto, ON

Year opened: 1999

Seating capacity: 18,819

28. Vancouver Canucks

Name: Rogers Arena

Location: Vancouver, BC

Year opened: 1995

Seating capacity: 18,910

29. Vegas Golden Knights

Name: T-Mobile Arena

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Year opened: 2016

Seating capacity: 17,368

30. Washington Capitals

Name: Capital One Arena

Location: Washington, DC

Year opened: 1997

Seating capacity: 18,506

31. Winnipeg Jets

Name: Bell MTS Place

Location: Winnipeg, MB

Year opened: 2004

Seating capacity: 15,321

Table of NHL arenas – complete list

TeamNameLocationYear openedSeating
Anaheim DucksHonda CenterAnaheim, CA199317,174
Arizona CoyotesGila River ArenaGlendale, AZ200317,125
Boston BruinsTD GardenBoston, MA199517,850
Buffalo SabresKeybank CenterBuffalo, NY199619,070
Calgary FlamesScotiabank SaddledomeCalgary, AB198319,289
Carolina HurricanesPNC ArenaRaleigh, NC199918,176
Chicago BlackhawksUnited CenterChicago, IL199419,717
Colorado AvalancheBall ArenaDenver, CO199917,809
Columbus Blue JacketsNationwide ArenaColumbus, OH200018,500
Dallas StarsAmerican Airlines CenterDallas, TX200118,532
Detroit Red WingsLittle Ceasar’s ArenaDetroit, MI201719,915
Florida PanthersBB&T CenterLauderdale, FL199819,250
Los Angeles KingsStaples CenterLos Angeles, CA199918,230
Minnesota WildXcel Energy CenterSt.Paul, MN200020,554
Montreal CanadiensBell CenterMontreal, QC199621,302
Nashville PredatorsBridgestone ArenaNashville, TN199617,113
New Jersey DevilsPrudential CenterNewark, NJ200716,514
New York IslandersBarclays CenterBrooklyn NY201215,795
New York RangersMadison Square GardenNew York, NY196818,006
Ottawa SenatorsCanadian Tire CenterOttawa, ON199617,373
Philadelphia FlyersWells Fargo CenterPhiladelphia, PA199619,543
Pittsburgh PenguinsPPG Paints ArenaPittsburgh, PA200018,387
San Jose SharksSAP CenterSan Jose, CA199317,562
St. Louis BluesEnterprise CenterSt. Louis, MS199418,724
Tampa Bay LightningAmalie ArenaTampa, FL199619,092
Toronto Maple LeafsScotiabank ArenaToronto, ON199918,819
Vancouver, CanucksRogers ArenaVancouver, BC199518,910
Vegas Golden KnightsT-Mobile ArenaLas, Vegas, NV201617,368
Washington CapitalsCapital One ArenaWashington, DC199718,506
Winnipeg JetsBell MTS PlaceWinnipeg, MB200415,321

What is the oldest arena in the NHL?

The oldest NHL arena currently in use is Madison Square Garden in New York. Home of the New York Rangers, MSG opened in 1968 and is one of the most famous arenas in the world.

Which NHL arena has the largest seating capacity?

Not including standing room attendance, the arena with the most seats for an NHL arena is the Bell Center in Montreal, Quebec. The Montreal Canadiens home can hold 21,302 people when full. The only other NHL arena that can hold over 20,000 people is the Xcel Energy Center in St.Paul which is home to the Minnesota Wild.

What is the Seattle Kraken’s new arena name?

There is a new NHL franchise that will join the league for the 2021-22 season. The Seattle Kraken will play in Seattle, Washington. Their home arena will be a brand new facility called the Climate Pledge Arena.