PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh Penguins

PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh Penguins

The Penguins have a checkered past, with two serious relocation threats in their history. Those days appear to be well in the past now, as the Penguins are firmly entrenched in the Steel City, competing with the Steelers for the unofficial title of Most Popular Team in Pittsburgh. With a cast of superstars, the Penguins look to remain near the top of the NHL standings for the foreseeable future. In PPG Paints Arena, the Penguins have a worthy home for one of the more popular teams in the league.

Scotiabank Arena – Toronto Maple Leafs

Scotiabank Arena – Toronto Maple Leafs

It is undeniable that the Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the most significant franchises in all of sport. For hockey fans everywhere, a pilgrimage to Scotiabank Arena is necessary for the fulfilling of the bucket list. The Leafs will provide a great experience and fans will not be disappointed. However, it is important for fans to save up as it is an expensive affair.

Prudential Center – New Jersey Devils

Prudential Center – New Jersey Devils

The symbol of downtown Newark’s revitalization is the Prudential Center. The home of the New Jersey Devils is situated in a safe and sound pocket of the city near the vibrant Ironbound District and blocks away from Newark Penn Station. The design and feel of the facility is a tribute to the Garden State.

Ice World – Towson Tigers

Ice World – Towson Tigers

The Tigers men’s play in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) in the highest division; Men’s Division 1. The Tigers also compete in the Eastern Collegiate Hockey Association (ECHA) for league play against, Drexel, Lehigh, Navy, Penn State Berks, Temple, and Villanova. Current head coach, Ed Slusher, is also the Hockey Director at Ice World.