Can You Match the NHL Team to Their Arena?

SPORTS

Becky Stigall

5 Min Quiz

Bell Centre

Bell Centre is home to the Montreal Canadiens. The stadium can accommodate more than 20,000 fans.

Advertisement

Air Canada Centre

Air Canada Centre is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs. The stadium can hold more than 19,000 fans.

Advertisement

Rogers Place

Rogers Place is home to the Edmonton Oilers. The stadium opened in 2016.

Advertisement

Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena is home to the Vancouver Canucks. The stadium holds nearly 19,000 fans.

Advertisement

United Center

United Center houses the Chicago Blackhawks. The stadium holds almost 24,000 fans.

Advertisement

PPG Paints Arena

PPG Paints Arena is home to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The movie "Grudge Match" filmed a scene there.

Advertisement

Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden houses the New York Rangers. The Garden opened in its current location in 1968.

Advertisement

T-Mobile Arena

T-Mobile Arena is home to the Vegas Golden Knights. Hey! How do they keep the ice from melting in Vegas?

Advertisement

TD Garden

TD Garden is home to the Boston Bruins. The stadium opened in 1995.

Advertisement

Little Caesars Arena

Little Caesars Arena is the home of the Detroit Red Wings. Obviously, you can get pizza there.

Advertisement

Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia

Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia houses the Philadelphia Flyers. The stadium has a capacity of 19,500.

Advertisement

Scotiabank Saddledome

Scotiabank Saddledome is home to the Calgary Flames. Its capacity is over 17,000.

Advertisement

KeyBank Center

KeyBank Center is home to the Buffalo Sabres. The stadium seats more than 19,000 fans.

Advertisement

Xcel Energy Center

Xcel Energy Center houses the Minnesota Wild. The stadium opened in 2000.

Advertisement

Canadian Tire Centre

Canadian Tire Centre is home to the Ottawa Senators. The venue opened in 1996 as the Corel Centre.

Advertisement

Prudential Center

Prudential Center is home to the New Jersey Devils. The stadium can accommodate almost 20,000 fans for concerts.

Advertisement

Bell MTS Iceplex

Bell MTS Iceplex is home to the Winnipeg Jets. The stadium also houses the AHL team the Manitoba Moose.

Advertisement

Scottrade Center

Scottrade Center houses the St. Louis Blues. The arena seats almost 20,000 fans.

Advertisement

Capital One Arena

Capital One Arena is home to the Washington Capitals. The arena is in Washington, D.C.

Advertisement

Barclays Center

Barclays Center is home to New York Islanders. The arena became home to the Islanders in 2015.

Advertisement

Bridgestone Arena

Bridgestone Arena hosts the Nashville Predators. The arena opened in 1996.

Advertisement

Amalie Arena

Amalie Arena is home to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Seriously, how do they keep the ice from melting in the South?

Advertisement

STAPLES Center

STAPLES Center hosts the Los Angeles Kings. The venue also hosts arena football, concerts, and basketball.

Advertisement

Pepsi Center

Pepsi Center hosts the Colorado Avalanche. The venue seats just over 18,000 fans.

Advertisement

SAP Center

SAP Center is home to the San Jose Sharks. The arena is nicknamed "The Shark Tank."

Advertisement

American Airlines Center

American Airlines Center is home to the Dallas Stars. The arena also hosts the Mavericks basketball team.

Advertisement

Nationwide Arena

Nationwide Arena is home to the Columbus Blue Jackets. The arena opened in 2000.

Advertisement

Honda Center

Honda Center is home to the Anaheim Ducks. The stadium cost $123 million.

Advertisement

Gila River Arena

Gila River Arena is home to the Arizona Coyotes. The arena cost $220 million.

Advertisement

PNC Arena

PNC Arena is home to the Carolina Hurricanes. The stadium opened in 1999.

Advertisement

BB&T Center

BB&T Center is home to the Florida Panthers. It opened in 1998.

Advertisement

Explore More Quizzes

Image: Wiki commons

About This Quiz

Every NHL team has an arena that they call home. Can you match each of these 31 NHL teams to their home base? We bet you can't get every one of them right!

About HowStuffWorks Play

How much do you know about dinosaurs? What is an octane rating? And how do you use a proper noun? Lucky for you, HowStuffWorks Play is here to help. Our award-winning website offers reliable, easy-to-understand explanations about how the world works. From fun quizzes that bring joy to your day, to compelling photography and fascinating lists, HowStuffWorks Play offers something for everyone. Sometimes we explain how stuff works, other times, we ask you, but we’re always exploring in the name of fun! Because learning is fun, so stick with us!