Honda Center is an indoor arena situated in Anaheim, the state of California. Before taking its current name, it was formerly known as Arrowhead Pond. It is now home to the NHL team Anaheim Ducks. It used to be home to the NLL team Anaheim Storm before it ceased operation in 2005. The venue that was known as Anaheim Arena at the time it was constructed in 1993 with a cost of about 3 million.


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Before Arrowhead got the naming rights deal, the arena was called the Pond of Anaheim by Disney. And after Honda got a 15 years deal in 2005, the venue changed the name to Honda Center. The opening event of the arena was in June 19, 1993 with a concert of Barry Manilow. And since its opening, the venue has held several events including for instance Stanley Cup Finals in 2003 and 2007. A final game of the Stanley Cup championship was held between the Ottawa Senators and the Anaheim Ducks and the latter win 6–2.

From 1993 until 1999, the arena was home to the hockey team Anaheim Bullfrogs, and between 1994 and 1998, the Los Angeles Clippers took the venue as their 2nd home. It served also as home to the arena football team Anaheim Piranhas in 1996-97. Since 1994, the arena held the John R. Wooden Classic yearly. And starting from 1998, it held the PBR Bud Light Cup every year. The Big West Conference Basketball tournaments both women and men’s start being hosted in the arena starting from 2011.

The arena was always scene of concerts of big names. For instance, Tina Turner performed at the arena in 2000, and she came back again in 2008 as part of her Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour. The venue comes in third position of busiest venues in 2006 hosting World Badminton and over than 30 concerts. Several other big names have been performed in the venue such as Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Andre Rieu, Coldplay, Andrea Bocelli and a lot more.

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