Where is the new ASU hockey arena?

A: The multipurpose arena will open in fall 2022. Construction began in December 2020 on the arena, which is on the east side of Packard Drive, near the former ASU baseball stadium. The arena should be completed by October.

Is ASU building a new hockey arena?

ASU’s new 5,000-seat multipurpose arena will open in fall 2022 as the home for Sun Devil hockey, gymnastics and wrestling, and other events on its Tempe campus. The arena already includes two NHL regulation-size ice sheets.

How big is the new ASU hockey arena?

On track for completion this fall, the $113-million, 185,000-sq-ft facility will feature a 5,000-seat multipurpose venue equipped with a regulation National Hockey League ice sheet, with the arena floor adaptable to host ASU’s wrestling and women’s gymnastics programs as well as concerts and other events.

Where is the Coyotes new arena?

The Coyotes have agreed to make their home for the next two or three seasons at a new 5,000-seat arena on the Arizona State University campus. The arena, built for the ASU’s NCAA hockey team, has less than one-third the seating capacity of most NHL venues.

Are Coyotes moving to Tempe?

2016 – the Arizona Coyotes announce plans to move to the Arizona State University campus in Tempe, a 25-minute drive from Glendale, and build a new arena there.

Where will the Arizona Coyotes play next year?

The Arizona Coyotes will play at a new arena on the campus of Arizona State University beginning next NHL season. The agreement, which was approved by the Arizona Board of Regents on Thursday, will have the Coyotes play home games there through the 2024-25 season, with an option for 2025-26.

Why are Coyotes moving to Tempe?

The Coyotes are moving to Tempe, after officials with the City of Glendale announced in August 2021 that they will not renew its agreement with the hockey team beyond the 2021-2022 season, citing “an increased focus on larger, more impactful events” for the arena after the upcoming season ends.

What is the largest NHL Stadium?

Bell Centre
1. Bell Centre – 21,302. The last and largest arena on our list is the Bell Centre with a maximum capacity of 21,302 spectators for NHL games.