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    Hockey's Best Barns

    hockey arena is such a special thing. We can all remember a special game that we saw, or have been involved in and Iím sure that we can all remember which arena this moment took place in. However, some barns are just a little more special than others. Letís take a look at some of the most memorable barns in hockey history.


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    I've always liked the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum (where I grew up watching the Roadrunners). It had a saddle shape and did not have a bad seat in the house. Really well designed (was an inspiration for Calgary), good parking and fairly easy in/out accessibility. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arizon...orial_Coliseum

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    Hands down!

    The CRUSHED CAN!!!! Moose Jaw Civic Centre... Past Home of the Warriors!



    It doesn't exist anymore, but to me it was the epic place to ever watch Hockey. From Theo Fleury, and Mike Keane. Kelly Buchberger to Ryan Smyth, and a few others. It was especially rowdy when the Pats came to town.

    I still remember at the start of one game when Babcock coached the Warriors. Good ole Mike walked across the ice with muddy shoes, and left his prints. The Warriors won 4-3 over the Pats, and that's all that mattered, but I think every fight that happened in that game was right where he left his footprints!

    Great memories there!
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    Valiant arena is really cool!
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