Rinks & Arenas

Across the league, there are 30 rinks and arenas NHL teams call home.

Rink Team City
Honda Center Anaheim Ducks Anaheim, CA, USA
Gila River Arena Arizona Coyotes Glendale, AZ, USA
TD Garden Boston Bruins Boston, MA, USA
First Niagara Center Buffalo Sabres Buffalo, NY, USA
Scotiabank Sattledome Calgary Flames Calgary, AB, Canada
PNC Arena Carolina Hurricanes Raleigh, NC, USA
United Center Chicago Blackhawks Chicago, IL, USA
Pepsi Center Colorado Avalanche Denver, CO, USA
Nationwide Arena Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus, OH, USA
American Airlines Center Dallas Stars Dallas, TX, USA
Joe Louis Arena Detroit Red Wings Detroit, MI, USA
Rexall Place Edmonton Oilers Edmonton, AB, Canada
BB&T Center Florida Panthers Sunrise, FL, USA
Staples Center Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles, CA, USA
Xcel Energy Center Minnesota Wild St. Paul, MN, USA
Bell Centre Montreal Canadiens Montreal, QC, Canada
Bridgestone Arena Nashville Predators Nashville, TN, USA
Prudential Center New Jersey Devils Newark, NJ, USA
Barclays Center New York Islanders Brooklyn, NY, USA
Madison Square Garden New York Rangers New York, NY, USA
Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa Senators Ottawa, ON, Canada
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia, PA, USA
Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh, PA, USA
SAP Center San Jose Sharks San Jose, CA, USA
Scottrade Center St. Louis Blues St. Louis, MO, USA
Amalie Arena Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa, FL, USA
Air Canada Center Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto, ON, Canada
Rogers Arena Vancouver Canucks Vancouver, BC, Canada
Verizon Center Washington Capitals Washington DC, USA
MTS Centre Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg, MB, Canada

Inside the Bell Centre in Montreal, QC, Canada.