Biggest Stadiums in NHL

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Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_National_Hockey_League_arenas
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Rank
Stadium
Capacity
City
1
Bell Centre
21,302
Montreal
2
United Center
19,717
Chicago
3
Wells Fargo Center
19,543
Philadelphia
4
Little Caesars Arena
19,515
Detroit
5
Scotiabank Saddledome
19,289
Calgary
6
BB&T Center
19,250
Sunrise, Florida
7
Amalie Arena
19,092
Tampa
8
KeyBank Center
19,070
Buffalo
9
Rogers Arena
18,910
Vancouver
10
Air Canada Centre
18,819
Toronto
11
Scottrade Center
18,724
St. Louis
12
PNC Arena
18,680
Raleigh
13
American Airlines Center
18,532
Dallas
14
Captial One Arena
18,506
Washington DC
15
PPG Points Arena
18,387
Pittsburgh
16
Rogers Place
18,347
Edmonton
Rank
Stadium
Capacity
City
17
Staples Center
18,230
Los Angeles
18
Nationwide Arena
18,144
Columbus, Ohio
19
Madison Square Garden
18,006
New York City
20
Xcel Energy Center
17,954
Saint. Paul, Minnesota
21
Pepsi Center
17,809
Denver
22
TD Garden
17,565
Boston
23
SAP Center
17,562
San Jose
24
Canadian Tire Center
17,373
Ottawa
25
T-Mobile Arena
17,368
Las Vegas
26
Honda Center
17,174
Anaheim
27
Gila River Arena
17,125
Glendale
28
Bridgestone Arena
17,113
Nashville
29
Prudential Center
16,514
Newark
30
Barclays Center
15,795
Brooklyn
31
Bell MTS Place
15,321
Winnipeg
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