Copps Coliseum has the hottest shows in Hamilton, Ontario. Click on the "Buy Copps Coliseum tickets" or link picture for schedule and seating chart.
The arena is named for the popular mayor Victor K. Copps.
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The arena was built to attract a NHL team but the NASHVILLE PREDATORS turned down $220 Million US.
The AHL's Calder Cup champion Hamilton Bulldogs call the stadium their home. Over 2 million fans have watched their Bulldogs play at Copps. The Bulldogs are the top affiliate of he Montreal Canadiens and are the longest Southern Ontario resident professional hockey team other than the Maple Leafs.
See the hottest shows at the 117,000 square foot Coliseum. The stadium is climate controlled year round for your comfort and seats up to 19,000.
The arena was finished in in 1985 and cost over $30 million. They acquired the scoreboard clock from Winnipeg Arena for over $200 thousand.
This facility hosted the 1987 and 1991 Canada Cup. Mario Mario Lemieux scored Ute winning goal here for the USA win over the USSR.
The 1990 Memorial Cup set an attendance record of over 17,000.
In 2007 the men's Curling Championship, Tim Hortons Brier, was held at the stadium.
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