A montage of Miami.
Miami is the largest city in Florida, United States. It has a population of about 425,000 and a metro area of over 5,000,000.
Coral Gables Seminoles ( Tropical Hockey League, 1938-1939) fold with league
Florida Breakers (WHA, circa 1976-1978) working name of several possible relocated franchises including the Minnesota Fighting Saints, Cleveland Crusaders, and San Diego Mariners, all of which were proposed for the Hollywood Sportatorium.
Florida Panthers ( NHL, 1993-present) Havana Tropicales ( Tropical Hockey League, 1938-1939) fold with league
Miami Beach Pirates ( Tropical Hockey League, 1938-1939) fold with league
Miami Clippers ( Tropical Hockey League, 1938-1939) fold with league
Miami Manatees ( World Hockey Association 2, 2003-04)
Miami Matadors ( ECHL, 1998-99) granted voluntary suspension, return as Cincinnati Cyclones in 2001
Miami Screaming Eagles ( WHA, 1972) moved to Philadelphia before play, renamed Blazers
Miami Toros ( Southeast Junior Hockey League, 2006-2008) withdrew, continued to play junior hockey
Metropolitan Ice Palace, used for all Tropical Hockey League teams
Miami Arena (1988-2008)
Hollywood Sportatorium "home of the phantom sports franchise" and "the indoor rain delay" located in suburban Pembroke Pines
BB&T Center (previously known as BankAtlantic Center, Broward County Civic Arena, National Car Rental Center, and Office Depot Center) (1998-Present) actually located in Sunrise
American Airlines Arena
Kendall Ice Arena
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