Barclays Center

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Barclays Center
Location Brooklyn, New York
Opened September 21, 2012
Other Names
Tenants Brooklyn Nets (2012-present)
New York Islanders (2015-20)

The Barclays Center is an indoor arena located in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. It opened in 2012 and is the current home of the NBA's Brooklyn Nets. It was the home of the NHL's New York Islanders between 2015 and 2020.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League April 20, 2016 New York Islanders vs. Florida Panthers Postseason Program
May 6, 2016 New York Islanders vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Postseason Program
October 16, 2016 New York Islanders vs. Anaheim Ducks Program
February 12, 2017 New York Islanders vs. Colorado Avalanche Program
National Basketball Association March 19, 2017 Brooklyn Nets vs. Dallas Mavericks Program
National Hockey League October 24, 2017 New York Islanders vs. Arizona Coyotes Program
National Hockey League November 1, 2018 New York Islanders vs. Pittsburgh Penguins Program
National Hockey League February 10, 2019 New York Islanders vs. Minnesota Wild Program

See also

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