Delaware North, the company that owns and operates the TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, revealed its plans to renovate and expand the facility. These changes, which will take place over the next two years, will cost $100 million and will add 50,000 square feet to the arena.
To wrap up their first season of the Stadium Journey Podcast, the team tackles the concept of Club 123. Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie as they welcome special guest, Andrew Kulyk as he shares his experiences with the Ultimate Sports Road Trip and Club 123.
The 2026 Winter Olympics bid by the City of Calgary might be dead in the water.
The idea of ice hockey in Florida has always been one that drew looks of confusion among skeptics. How could an NHL franchise succeed in Florida, let alone become more than just a short-term fad? While some have argued the Panthers fit the latter, the Tampa Bay Lightning have become one of the league’s must-see franchises. Consistently competing for playoff spots and winning a Stanley Cup in 2003 have catapulted the Tampa Bay franchise to greatness. Without a doubt, the Lightning are one of the best experiences in sports, and a visit to Amalie Arena makes it easy to see why.
This week’s podcast looks at the differences between field and box lacrosse and Calgary’s bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games.
At almost a half billion dollars, the new downtown arena has spared no expense in making sure every trip to the building is an event, over and above whatever sport or concert you’ve come to watch. A detailed consultation process was conducted with the fans during the design phase and, as a result, the facility has many design features that reflect the experience the fans wanted to have. Its modern design matches well with the new generation of exciting hockey players now coming through the Oilers system and should be a treat to visit for years to come.