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With the Flames announcing arena plans, a look at the other Canadian NHL rinks @NHL

CALGARY - The Calgary Flames have announced plans for a new hockey rink ? part of a complex that would also include a new stadium for the CFL Calgary Stampeders and an indoor training facility. Here is a look at the other NHL rinks in Canada:

Air Canada Centre (Toronto):

Opened: Feb. 20, 1999

Ownership: Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., which also owns the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Capacity for hockey: 18,800 seats

Construction cost: $265 million


Bell Centre (Montreal):

Opened: March 16, 1996

Ownership: Molson family ownership group, which also owns the Montreal Canadiens.

Capacity for hockey: 21,273 seats

Construction cost: $270 million


Canadian Tire Centre (Ottawa):

Opened: Jan. 15, 1996

Ownership: Capital Sports Properties, which is owned by Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk.

Capacity for hockey: 19,153 seats

Construction cost: $170 million


MTS Centre (Winnipeg):

Opened: Nov. 16, 2004

Ownership: True North Sports and Entertainment, which also owns the Winnipeg Jets.

Capacity for hockey: 15,294 seats

Construction cost: $133.5 million


Rogers Place (Edmonton, under construction):

Opening: Planned for the start of the 2016-17 NHL season

Ownership: The City of Edmonton

Capacity for hockey: 18,641 seats

Construction cost: $606.5 million


Rogers Arena (Vancouver):

Opened: Sept. 21, 1995

Ownership: Canucks Sports and Entertainment, which also owns the Vancouver Canucks.

Capacity for hockey: 18,910 seats.

Construction cost: $160 million


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