Hockey is considered as one of the greatest sports in Canada. Different hockey teams in the country have built their arenas in the cities where they are located. Canada contains some of the most iconic hockey arenas in the world. You can view pictures of some of these arenas in mobile friendly browsers.
The Greatest Hockey Arenas in Canada
10. Colisee Peps
The arena is currently the home to Quebec Remparts. The Quebec International Peewee Hockey Tournament is held annually at this arena. It has a capacity of about 15,176 people.
9. MTS Centre
It is the home ground to Winnipeg Jets. It is situated at Winnipeg, MB. The arena contains a peanut restricted area for people who are allergic to peanuts. It has the capability to hold about 16,000 people.
8. Recall Place
Rexall Place is situated at Edmonton, AB. It is the home to Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings. The arena contains a statue of Wayne Gretzky who is a hockey icon. It has a capacity of about 16,500 spectators.
7. Pacific Coliseum
It is situated in Vancouver. It is home to Vancouver Giants. The event was used to host some of the events in the 2010 Olympics Winter Games. It is a landmark in Vancouver and can hold a total of 17,150 spectators.
6. Copps Coliseum
It is located in Hamilton, ON. It is the home ground to Hamilton Bulldogs. The arena is named after Victor K. Copps who is a former Hamilton mayor. It has a capacity of about 19,000 spectators.
5. Scotiabank Saddledome
It is situated in Calgary, AB. It is the home to the Calgary Hitmen and Calgary Flames. The arena was used in the 1988 Olympics to host some of the events taking place at that time. It can hold a capacity of up to 19,289 people.
4. Rogers Arena
It is the home ground to Vancouver Canucks. The arena is known to have hosted the ice hockey games in the 2010 Winter Olympics. The arena boasts of a capacity of 19,700 spectators.
3. Air Canada Center
It is situated in Toronto. It is home to Toronto Maple Leafs. It has a great design which makes the luxury suites to be accessible on the ground floor. It also has a pedestrian path which is underground. The arena accommodates a capacity of about 19,800 spectators.
2. Scotiabank Place
It is the home ground to Ottawa Senators. It is situated in Ottawa, ON. It plays host to Juno Awards which are held annually. The arena boasts of an ability to host 20,500 fans.
1. Ball Centre
It is located in Montreal, QB. The arena is owned by a 3-member partner group. It often holds one of the highest numbers of fan attendance in Canada. It holds a capacity of up to 21,273.