List of Ice Hockey Arenas By Capacity - Arenas By Capacity

Arenas By Capacity

Rank Arena Capacity City Country Home Team(s) (League, Dates)
defunct Thunderdome >28,183 St. Petersburg United States Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL) (1993–1996)
01 United Center 21,500 Chicago United States Chicago Blackhawks
02 Bell Centre 21,273 Montreal Canada Montreal Canadiens
defunct Greensboro Coliseum Complex 21,273 Greensboro United States Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) (1997–1999), Carolina Monarchs (AHL) (1995–1997), Greensboro Monarchs (ECHL) (1989–1995), Greensboro Generals (EHL/SHL) (1959–1973)
defunct The Palace 20,804 Auburn Hills United States Detroit Vipers (IHL) (1994–2001)
03 Joe Louis Arena 20,066 Detroit United States Detroit Red Wings
04 Wells Fargo Center 19,537 Philadelphia United States Philadelphia Flyers
05 Scotiabank Saddledome 19,289 Calgary Canada Calgary Flames, Calgary Hitmen
06 BankAtlantic Center 19,250 Sunrise United States Florida Panthers
07 Tampa Bay Times Forum 19,204 Tampa United States Tampa Bay Lightning
08 Scotiabank Place 19,153 Ottawa Canada Ottawa Senators
09 Scottrade Center 19,150 St. Louis United States St. Louis Blues
10 First Niagara Center 19,070 Buffalo United States Buffalo Sabres
defunct Izod Center 19,040 East Rutherford United States New Jersey Devils (NHL) (1982–2007)
11 Rogers Arena 18,890 Vancouver Canada Vancouver Canucks
12 Air Canada Centre 18,819 Toronto Canada Toronto Maple Leafs
13 PNC Arena 18,680 Raleigh United States Carolina Hurricanes
14 American Airlines Center 18,532 Dallas United States Dallas Stars
15 Lanxess Arena 18,500 Cologne Germany Cologne Sharks
16 Verizon Center 18,398 Washington United States Washington Capitals
17 Consol Energy Center 18,387 Pittsburgh United States Pittsburgh Penguins
18 Rose Garden 18,280 Portland United States Portland Winterhawks
19 Madison Square Garden (IV) 18,200 New York City United States New York Rangers
20 Nationwide Arena 18,144 Columbus United States Columbus Blue Jackets
defunct Capital Centre 18,130 Landover United States Washington Capitals (NHL) (1974–97)
21 Staples Center 18,118 Los Angeles United States Los Angeles Kings
22 Xcel Energy Center 18,064 St. Paul United States Minnesota Wild
defunct Chesapeake Energy Arena 18,036 Oklahoma City United States Oklahoma City Blazers (CHL) (2002–2009)
23 Pepsi Center 18,007 Denver United States Colorado Avalanche
24 Bradley Center 17,845 Milwaukee United States Milwaukee Admirals
25 Toyota Center 17,800 Houston United States Houston Aeros
defunct Kemper Arena 17,647 Kansas City United States Kansas City Scouts (NHL) (1974–1976), Kansas City Blues (CHL) (1976–1977), Kansas City Blades (IHL) (1990–2001), Kansas City Outlaws (UHL) (2004–2005)
26 Prudential Center 17,625 Newark United States New Jersey Devils
defunct Philips Arena 17,624 Atlanta United States Atlanta Thrashers (NHL, 1999–2011)
26 TD Garden 17,565 Boston United States Boston Bruins
27 HP Pavilion at San Jose 17,562 San Jose United States San Jose Sharks
28 Times Union Center 17,500 Albany United States Albany Devils (AHL) (2010–), Albany River Rats (AHL) (1993–2010), Albany Choppers (IHL) (1990–1991)
defunct Manchester Arena 17,500 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Storm 1995–2002
29 Copps Coliseum 17,383 Hamilton Canada Hamilton Bulldogs
defunct Wachovia Spectrum 17,380 Philadelphia United States Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) (1967–1996), Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL) (1996–2009)
30 O2 Arena 17,360 Prague Czech Republic HC Slavia Praha
defunct Chicago Stadium 17,317 Chicago United States Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) (1929–1994)
31 Honda Center 17,174 Anaheim United States Anaheim Ducks
32 Arena 17,125 Glendale United States Phoenix Coyotes
33 Bridgestone Arena 17,113 Nashville United States Nashville Predators
34 BOK Center 17,096 Tulsa United States Tulsa Oilers
35 Value City Arena 17,200 Columbus United States Ohio State Buckeyes
defunct Reunion Arena 17,001 Dallas United States Dallas Stars (NHL) (1993–2001)
defunct Verizon Arena 17,00 North Little Rock United States Arkansas RiverBlades (ECHL) (1999–2003)
defunct Civic Arena 16,958 Pittsburgh United States Pittsburgh Hornets (AHL) (1961–1967); Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) (1967–2010)
37 Rexall Place 16,839 Edmonton Canada Edmonton Oilers, Edmonton Oil Kings, Edmonton Road Runners (AHL) (2004-2005)
38 PostFinance-Arena 17,131 Bern Switzerland SC Bern
39 Allstate Arena 16,692 Rosemont United States Chicago Wolves
40 CenturyLink Center Omaha 16,680 Omaha United States UNO Mavericks
defunct Buffalo Memorial Auditorium 16,433 Buffalo United States Buffalo Bisons (AHL) (1940–1970), Buffalo Sabres (NHL) (1970–1996)
defunct Montreal Forum 16,400 Montreal Canada Montreal Maroons (NHL) (1924–1938), Montreal Canadiens (NHL) (1926–1996), Montreal Junior Canadiens (QJHL, OHA) (1933–1972), Montreal Voyageurs (AHL) (1969–1971), Montreal Bleu Blanc Rouge (QMJHL) (1972–1975), Montreal Juniors (QMJHL) (1975–1982)
defunct Maple Leaf Gardens 16,307 (circa 1968) Toronto Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) (1931–1999), Toronto Marlboros (OHL) (1931–1989), Toronto Toros (WHA) (1974–1976)
41 Pacific Coliseum 16,281 Vancouver Canada

Vancouver Canucks (WHL) (1968–1970), Vancouver Canucks (NHL) (1970–1995), Vancouver Nats (WHL) (1971–1973), Vancouver Blazers (WHA) (1973–1975), Vancouver Voodoo (RHI) (1994–1995), Vancouver Giants (WHL) (2001–Present)

42 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 16,234 Uniondale United States New York Islanders
defunct US Airways Center 16,210 Phoenix United States Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) (1996–2003), Phoenix RoadRunners (ECHL) (2005–2009)
defunct McNichols Sports Arena 16,061 Denver United States Colorado Rockies (NHL) (1976–1982), Colorado Flames (CHL) (1982–1984), Denver Grizzlies (IHL) (1994–1995), Colorado Avalanche (NHL) (1995–1999)
defunct The Forum 16,005 Inglewood United States Los Angeles Kings (NHL) (1967–1999)
defunct Amway Arena 15,948 Orlando United States Orlando Solar Bears (IHL) (1995–2001),

Orlando Seals (ACHL/WHA2) (2002–2004)

defunct Madison Square Garden (III) 15,925 New York City United States New York Rangers (NHL) (1926–1968), New York Americans (1925–1942)
defunct Omni Coliseum 15,278 Atlanta United States Atlanta Flames (NHL) (1972–1980), Atlanta Knights (IHL) (1992–1996)
43 XL Center 15,635 Hartford United States New England Whalers (WHA) (1975–1978), Hartford Whalers (NHL) (1980–1997), Connecticut Whale (AHL) (1997-present)
44 Wells Fargo Arena 15,581 Des Moines United States Iowa Chops(2005-2009), Iowa Wild (2013-present)
defunct Winnipeg Arena 15,565 (1979–1996) Winnipeg Canada Winnipeg Warriors (WHL) (1955–1961), Winnipeg Jets/Clubs/Monarchs (WCHL) (1967–1977), Winnipeg Jets (WHA, NHL) (1972–1996), Winnipeg Warriors (WHL) (1980–1984), Manitoba Moose (IHL, AHL) (1996–2004)
45 Colisée Pepsi 15,399 Quebec City Canada Quebec Nordiques (WHA, NHL) (1972–1995), Quebec Remparts
46 Kohl Center 15,237 Madison United States Wisconsin Badgers men and women (NCAA, 1998–present)
47 Credit Union Centre 15,159 Saskatoon Canada Saskatoon Blades (WHL) (1988-present)
48 Minsk-Arena 15,086 Minsk Belarus HC Dinamo Minsk
49 Arena Zagreb 15,024 Zagreb Croatia KHL Medveščak (EBEL) (2011-present)
50 MTS Centre 15,004 Winnipeg Canada Winnipeg Jets (NHL) (2011-present), Manitoba Moose (AHL) (2004–2011)
defunct London Arena 15,000 London United Kingdom London Knights
defunct Detroit Olympia 15,000 Detroit United States Detroit Cougars/Falcons/Red Wings (NHL) (1927–1979)
defunct Met Center 15,000 Bloomington United States Minnesota North Stars (NHL) (1967–1993)

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