Another high praise for the Red Wings

It certainly is one of the best places to take in a game.



Whether fans call it Little Caesars Arena, "LCA", the "Dough Joe", or any other myriad of nicknames that it has earned since opening in 2017, the home of the Detroit Red Wings has been consistently ranked one of the top venues in the National Hockey League (and the NBA, as it is also home to the Detroit Pistons). 

With just as many perfect sight lines as the beloved former home of the Red Wings in Joe Louis Arena but with a hundred times the amenities, Little Caesars Arena has just about everything that everyone from the die hard to the casual fan could want. And unsurprisingly, it has been ranked the 2nd overall venue in the NHL according to a composite list that ranks everything from  prices of concessions and beer, close proximity for public transit and food, and dedicated parking on-site.

The top-ten list from CanadaSportsBetting: 

  1. Ball Arena - Colorado Avalanche: 35.57 out of 40
  2. Little Caesars Arena - Detroit Red Wings: 34.86 out of 40
  3. Nationwide Arena - Columbus Blue Jackets: 34.02 out of 40
  4. Capital One Arena - Washington Capitals: 33.12 out of 40
  5. TD Garden - Boston Bruins: 29.11 out of 40
  6. PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh Penguins: 29.04 out of 40
  7. SAP Center - San Jose Sharks: 28.73 out of 40
  8. Bell Centre - Montreal Canadians: 27.74 out of 40
  9. Scotiabank Arena - Toronto Maple Leafs: 26.56 out of 40
  10. Xcel Energy Center - Minnesota Wild: 25.98 out of 40

For those of you who live in Michigan, how many games a season do you traditionally attend, and what were your impressions? 

Source: WWMT