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Its population is over 100,000 and the metropolitan population is just over 1,000,000.
Salt Lake City hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics
- Salt Lake Golden Eagles
- (Western Hockey League (minor pro), 1969-1974) join CHL
- (Central Hockey League, 1974-1984), join IHL
- (Intenational Hockey League, 1984-1994) become Detroit Vipers
- Salt Lake Jr. Grizzlies (Western States Hockey League, 2002-2004)
- Salt Lake Maple Leafs (Western States Hockey League, 2001-2002) renamed Jr. Grizzlies
- Salt Lake City Moose (Western States Hockey League, 2012-Present)
- Utah Grizzlies
- (IHL, 1995-2001) join AHL when league folds
- (AHL, 2001-2005) go dormant, return as Lake Erie Monsters in 2007
- Utah Jr. Grizzlies, (Western States Hockey League, 1996-2001) renamed Salt Lake Maple Leafs
- Utah Lightning (Western States Hockey League, 1994-1996) renamed Junior Grizzlies
- EnergySolutions Arena (1991-Present) originally Delta Center until 2006
- Salt Palace (1969-1994) this was the 2nd building and first arena with ice to bear this name
- Salt Lake Sports Complex
- Gallivan Center Ice Rink
- Cottonwood Heights Ice Arena
- Salt Lake City on Wikipedia