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- Joe Louis Arena is owned by the city of Detroit and operated by Olympia Entertainment, an Ilitch Holdings, Inc.
- The Wings opened the 2006 Stanley Cup playoffs against the Edmonton Oilers with a 3–2 overtime victory at Joe Louis Arena.
- But on Saturday, Fischer, the former Red Wings defenseman, played hockey for the first time since he collapsed and left Joe Louis Arena on a stretcher.
- On April 10, 2007, Howe was honored with the unveiling of a new bronze statue in Joe Louis Arena.
- He has a sports complex named after him in Detroit, the Joe Louis Arena, where the Detroit Red Wings play their NHL games.
- Henrik Zetterberg scored twice and added an assist to help the Detroit Red Wings take a 3-1 decision over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Joe Louis Arena.
- On Oct. 8, the Trashers are set to welcome the Washington Capitals, while the Detroit Red Wings take the ice at Joe Louis Arena to host the Anaheim Ducks.
- PITTSBURGH -- The first time Jiri Fischer won the Stanley Cup, he hoisted it high above his head and skated a lap around Joe Louis Arena.
- For a child with dreams of being a professional ice hockey player, a recent day at Joe Louis Arena was exceptionally inspiring.
- April 27, 1984, the Pistons played Game 5 of their playoff series against New York in Joe Louis Arena due to a scheduling conflict.
- Gordie Howe stands in front of a bronze and glass statue of himself inside the Gordie Howe entrance of Joe Louis Arena today.
- Detroit has been the host city for five previous Frozen Fours, but none since 1990 when it was held in the Joe Louis Arena.
- Completed in 1979 at a cost of $57 million, Joe Louis Arena is named after boxer and former heavyweight champion, Joe Louis, who grew up in Detroit.
- Game one of the series at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit saw a goaltending battle between Ed Belfour of Chicago and Mike Vernon of Detroit.
- Yzerman's #19 banner hanging in Joe Louis Arena On January 2, 2007, the Red Wings retired Yzerman's jersey #19, before a game against the Anaheim Ducks.
- Interior of the Joe Louis Arena, where the Red Wings have played at home since 1979, when they left the Detroit Olympia.
- Olympia was closed in 1979 when the Red Wings left for Joe Louis Arena, and demolished in September 1986.
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- He erased the memories of a 5-0 loss in Game 5 at Joe Louis Arena that put the Penguins on the brink of elimination.
- There are three active major sports venues in the city: Comerica Park for baseball, Ford Field for football, and Joe Louis Arena for ice hockey.
- During the playoffs, Joe Louis Arena is generally adorned with a giant octopus with red eyes, nicknamed "Al" after Joe Louis Arena employee Al Sobotka.
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