TD Garden – Boston Bruins

TD Garden – Boston Bruins

Overshadowed by the history of its predecessor on Causeway Street and the flash of new venues across the league, TD Garden has a reputation as a middle of the pack facility. Luckily for fans, Bruins ownership continues to make upgrades both inside and outside of the arena. With a combination of a fantastic location, exciting team on the ice, fantastic fan support and ever-improving gameday experience, the TD Garden is certainly an underrated rink.

Campus Field – Sacred Heart Pioneers

Campus Field – Sacred Heart Pioneers

For the most part, college football in New England is just not the big deal that it is in other parts of the country. Sacred Heart is typical of the many small football stadiums in the area. It’s a laid-back, relaxed place at which to take in a game, enjoy a fall afternoon, and cheer on the home team without spending a whole lot of your hard-earned cash.

George V. Meehan Auditorium – Brown Bears

George V. Meehan Auditorium – Brown Bears

Brown University struggles to carve out its own identity in hockey-mad Rhode Island. Meehan Auditorium, in use for well over fifty years, gives you exactly what you would expect from an Ivy League hockey rink. It’s uniquely designed, it’s historic and the game day presentation is reserved and almost scholarly in nature. You won’t get modern amenities and a lively game day atmosphere here on Providence’s East Side, but Meehan Auditorium is one of those old barns that make hockey journeys special.