10 Venues That Should Host The NHL All-Star Game

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9. United Center (Chicago, IL)

Opened: 1994

Capacity: 19,717 (Hockey) Standing Room – 22,428

ASGs Hosted: 0

Special Features: Outside the United Center you will see statues of Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita of Blackhawks fame as well as a statue of NBA legend Michael Jordan. It’s also one of the most famous arenas in the NHL.

The United Center, home to the Chicago Blackhawks, has hosted NBA Finals Games, Stanley Cup Final Games, and will play host to the 2020 NBA All-Star Game but never the NHL All-Star Game.

While Chicago has hosted four All-Star Games in the past at old Chicago Stadium in 1948, 1961, 1974, and 1991, the current home of the Blackhawks has yet to host.

Being one of the bigger hockey cities the United Center should definitely be at the top of the list.

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