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Detroit Red Wings History
The Detroit Red Wings are known the entire world over. They have more Stanley Cup trophies than any other NHL team. On top of that, the team's home ice is the famous Joe Louis arena. When you think NHL hockey, you can't help but think Detroit Red Wings. It all started in 1926, when the NHL expanded. Detroit folded their old WHL team and began to play games across the border in Ontario. It would take only one year for the city of Detroit to prepare a permanent home for the Red Wings, and by 1929 the team was headed for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Since then, the team has won eleven cup championships, numerous division trophies, and six Presidents' trophies. The Detroit Red Wings are the epitome of NHL hockey.
Joe Louis Arena - Home of Detroit Hockey
Joe Louis Arena is the best place to see NHL hockey. The Redwings home venue has been around since the late 1970's, and is named after the famous boxer from Detroit. It is not one of the newest arenas, but fans don't mind. Red Wings fans sit on two levels, across a number of sections.
Red Wings Sections By the Numbers
- The sideline sections are 119-124 and 110-105
- The upper level sections are great for viewing, no matter where you sit.
- The Super Suites are located in the upper level, behind the net on both sides.
- Press box seating is directly behind the upper level, opposite the player's benches