NHL 15 - Authentic Arenas - Atlantic Division

Posted September 6th at 11:00am.

There is no feeling like being there, and in NHL 15 we are giving you the best seats in the house. The power of the next-gen consoles finally allows the NHL franchise to capture every detail of an NHL arena. Unique arena elements such as 19,000+ seat capacities, dynamic lighting, player entrance tunnels and much more are all captured with a level of detail not possible on the previous generation. This summer, NHL 15 will make home games will truly feel like home.

Over the next few months we’ll continue to reveal Authentic Arenas from EA SPORTS NHL, showcasing the amazing detail put into each NHL arena.

First Niagara Center

  • Home Ice: Buffalo Sabres
  • Location: Buffalo, New York
  • Opened: September 21, 1996

Centre Bell 

  • Home Ice: Montreal Canadiens
  • Location: Montreal, Quebec
  • Opened: March 16,1996

BB&T Center

  • Home Ice: Florida Panthers
  • Location: Sunrise, Florida
  • Opened: October 3, 1998

Air Canada Centre

  • Home Ice: Toronto Maple Leafs
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario
  • Opened: February 19, 1999

Canadian Tire Centre

  • Home Ice: Ottawa Senators
  • Location: Kanata, Ottawa, Ontario  
  • Opened: January 15, 1996

Tampa Bay Time Forum

  • Home Ice: Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Location: Tampa, Florida
  • Opened: October 20, 1996

TD Garden

  • Home Ice: Boston Bruins
  • Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Opened: September 30, 1995

Joe Louis Arena

  • Home Ice: Detroit Red Wings
  • Location: Detroit, Michigan
  • Opened: December 12, 1979

NHL 15 launches on September 9 and is available for pre-order. Experience The Next-Gen Hockey PlayerTrue Hockey PhysicsAuthentic Arenas, and much more.

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