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New Red Wings arena plans unveiled

Red Wings arena plans

Olympia Development of Michigan unveiled new Detroit Red Wings arena plans that would also feature the development of a Sports and Entertainment District along Woodward Avenue. Read More »

AHL realignment announced for 2014-2015

The American Hockey League announced a divisional realignment for the 2014-2015 season that reflects the move of the Abbotsford Heat to Glens Falls. Read More »

Public cost of proposed Virginia Beach arena: At least $52 million

Proposed Virginia Beach arena

The public cost of a proposed Virginia Beach arena could be at least $52 million, as city officials look at the hard costs of infrastructure improvements for the privately financed project. Read More »

Wild upgrading Xcel Energy Center technology, signage

Xcel Energy Center technology upgrade

Minnesota Wild (NHL) fans should be wowed by changes this offseason, as the team is working with Daktronics on Xcel Energy Center technology, signage upgrades, including a new custom HD LED center-hung video board. Read More »

Gretzky part of group seeking Seattle NHL team: report

New Seattle Arena

Wayne Gretzky is now part of an investment team seeking an NHL team for a new Seattle arena, per a report in the New York Post. Read More »

Want to own Glens Falls Civic Center? Here’s your chance

Glens Falls Civic Center

Glens Falls (N.Y.) is moving ahead with a public auction of Glens Falls Civic Center, home of the AHL’s Adirondack Flames, with a minimum bid price of $1.5 million. Read More »

New for 2014: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

Milwaukee’s U.S. Cellular Arena is no more, with the main tenant of the facility buying naming rights to what will be known as UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. Read More »

Cincinnati faces tough decisions about U.S. Bank Arena future

U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati

Cincinnati is a classic tweener city, and without the ability to lure a major tenant, the future of U.S. Bank Arena may remain with the status quo: an arena that likely will go without upgrades for many years. Read More »

Sterling fighting to keep Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers

Donald Sterling has backed off a deal to sell the Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) to Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer and says he’ll sue to keep the team. Read More »

Burke: Flames have second-worst arena in the NHL

Scotiabank Saddledome

Calgary Flames president of hockey operations Brian Burke was pretty blunt when asked about the Scotiabank Saddledome: it’s clearly the second-worst arena in the NHL, just behind the Nassau County Coliseum. Read More »

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