The original Québec Colisée was built in 1930. The hockey rink was installed 12 years later in 1942. On March 15, 1949, a fire broke out destroying the Colisée Afterwards, the City of Québec built a new 10,000-seat arena. April 26, 1951 was a memorable day in the Colisée's history. A record crowd of 16,806 fans jammed into the Colisée to watch the Memorial Cup Final between the Québec Citadelles and the Barrie Flyers. This record attendance has yet to be broken. The Colisée became the home of the Québec Nordiques in 1972. A crowd of 15,250 spectators opened the newly renovated Colisée on January 28, 1981, in the middle of the Nordiques second season in the NHL. The Québec Colisée was renamed Colisée Pepsi in November of 1999. Seating capacity: 15,399
The 10,595-seat Halifax Metro Centre opened its doors in 1978 and is a first-class multi-entertainment, sports facility and exhibition centre connected to the World Trade and Convention Centre. The Halifax Metro Centre was designed and geared for versatility and can accomodate the biggest and most spectacular shows and sporting events.
Teams will also hold some practices at the Halifax Forum, located in the heart of the Halifax Regional Municipality, less than a five minute drive from the Metro Centre.