Honda Center

From SportsPaper Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Honda Center
Location Anaheim, California
Opened June 19, 1993
Other Names Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim (1993-2006)
Pond of Anaheim (1993)
Tenants Anaheim Ducks (1993-present)
UCLA Bruins (2011-12)
Los Angeles Clippers (1994-99)

The Honda Center is an indoor arena located in Anaheim, California. The arena is home to the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League. It also hosted the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers and the UCLA Bruins college basketball team for brief periods.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League March 1, 1995 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. Chicago Blackhawks Program
November 29, 1995 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. Washington Capitals Program
1996-97 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. Phoenix Coyotes Postseason Program
February 20, 2004 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. Nashville Predators Program
2005-06 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. Colorado Avalanche Postseason Program
October 9, 2006 Anaheim Ducks vs. St. Louis Blues Program
February 5, 2014 Anaheim Ducks vs. Chicago Blackhawks Program
February 11, 2018 Anaheim Ducks vs. San Jose Sharks Program

See also

Venue.png Venues Portal
National Hockey League (2020-21)
Eastern Conference Atlantic Metropolitan
Boston Bruins (TD Garden)
Buffalo Sabres (KeyBank Center)
Detroit Red Wings (Little Caesars Arena)
Florida Panthers (BB&T Center)
Montreal Canadiens (Bell Centre)
Ottawa Senators (Canadian Tire Centre)
Tampa Bay Lightning (Amalie Arena)
Toronto Maple Leafs (Scotiabank Arena)
Carolina Hurricanes (PNC Arena)
Columbus Blue Jackets (Nationwide Arena)
New Jersey Devils (Prudential Center)
New York Islanders (Nassau Coliseum)
New York Rangers (Madison Square Garden)
Philadelphia Flyers (Wells Fargo Center)
Pittsburgh Penguins (PPG Paints Arena)
Washington Capitals (Capital One Arena)
Western Conference Central Pacific
Chicago Blackhawks (United Center)
Colorado Avalanche (Ball Arena)
Dallas Stars (American Airlines Center)
Nashville Predators (Bridgestone Arena)
Minnesota Wild (Xcel Energy Center)
St. Louis Blues (Enterprise Center)
Winnipeg Jets (Bell MTS Place)
Anaheim Ducks (Honda Center)
Arizona Coyotes (Gila River Arena)
Calgary Flames (Scotiabank Saddledome)
Edmonton Oilers (Rogers Place)
Los Angeles Kings (Staples Center)
San Jose Sharks (SAP Center at San Jose)
Vancouver Canucks (Rogers Arena)
Vegas Golden Knights (T-Mobile Arena)
Defunct Franchises Cleveland Barons • Hamilton Tigers • Montreal Maroons • New York Americans • Ottawa Senators • Philadelphia Quakers
Related League publications • All-Star Games • Goal Magazine • Seasons • Venues