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Review by: Scott Bultman -- Apr 24, 2014

Milwaukee's Miller Park has something for everyone, including the major's best tailgating experience. Review by Regional Correspondent Scott Bultman.

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2014 OHL Arena Experience Rankings

by Dave Cottenie - Apr 23, 2014 11:28 AM EDT

The OHL experience is one of the greatest in all of sports. Intimate arenas without the controversy of major U.S. college basketball or football. The opportunity to really see the stars of tomorrow mixed with players who just love to play the game. The energy level on the ice is unparalleled by any other hockey league in the world.

This year’s rankings are a bit of an anomaly. A temporary move has made a team go from first to worst with the Ottawa 67's temporary home in the Canadian Tire Centre. Next year's rankings have the chance to look a bit different. The 67's will move back home to their newly named TD Place Arena, and the Niagara Ice Dogs will move into their new home in St. Catharines, the Meridian Centre. The lowest score for any arena was just shy of 3, with the top score reaching just over 4. All of the experiences can be great and all are worth checking out regardless of where they feel in our ranking.

The rankings are comprised of scores from official rankings taking into consideration the rankings from members of the Stadium Journey website. Not all arenas have been reviewed by the same person. Scores are based on the Stadium Journey FANFARE rating scale. Enjoy!


Warriors Adjust Sights South to Mission Bay

Warriors Adjust Sights South to Mission Bay

by Ryan Norris - Apr 22, 2014 10:12 PM EDT

Whether it was ownership admitting to or wising up to the fact that construction at Piers 30/32 would never happen, the Warriors have decided to abandon plans for building on an aging public pier in favor of building on private land. The new Warriors arena will be built on 12 acres of land in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood.

The Mission Bay neighborhood is not a historical portion of the city, rather a neighborhood established in the late 1990's as a development project. Out moved lower income people and in moved biotech companies, luxury housing and high-end restaurants. While still growing, the neighborhood already offers more pre or postgame options than their current home at Oracle Arena.


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