Edmonton Gardens

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Edmonton Gardens
Location Edmonton, Alberta
Opened December 13, 1913
Other Names Edmonton Stock Pavilion
Tenants Edmonton Oilers (1972-74)

Edmonton Gardens was the first indoor hockey arena built in Edmonton, Alberta. It was originally built as Edmonton Stock Pavilion in 1913, and held 5,200 spectators after its 1966 renovations.

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League Date/Season Team(s) Type
World Hockey Association 1972-73 Program Alberta Oilers
1973-74 Postseason Program Edmonton Oilers
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