Enterprise Center

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Enterprise Center
Location St. Louis, Missouri
Opened October 8, 1994
Other Names Scottrade Center (2006-18)
Savvis Center (2000-06)
Kiel Center (1994-2000)
Tenants St. Louis Blues (1995-present)
Saint Louis Billikens (1994-2008)

The Enterprise Center is an 18,096-seat arena located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Its primary tenant is the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League, but it is also used for other functions, such as NCAA basketball, NCAA hockey, concerts, and professional wrestling.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League 1999-2000 St. Louis Blues Program
2018-19 Stanley Cup Finals (Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues) Program
January 25, 2020 Atlantic / Central / Metropolitan / Pacific Divisions NHL All-Star Game Program

See also

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