Rexall Place

Rexall Place – Source of Entertainment for Edmonton

An indoor arena in Edmonton and home to the infamous Edmonton Oilers.

Rexall Place (formerly known as the Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton Coliseum and Skyreach Centre), is home to the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League (NHL) and Edmonton Rush of the National Lacrosse League (NLL).

The arena was completed in 1974 as the Northlands Coliseum. Then it became the Edmonton Coliseum in 1990 and Skyreach Centre in 1998, before it changed to its current name during the 2003-04 NHL season.

The official capacity for hockey is 16,839. It includes 39 luxury suites and 16 skyboxes. The arena is currently named for Rexall products, a subsidiary of Katz Group Canada which purchased the naming rights in December 2003. The ice at Rexall Place is regarded by many players as the best in the National Hockey League.

A large bronze statue of Canadian hockey icon and former Oilers Captain Wayne Gretzky is situated outside of Rexall Place.

Rexall Place

Edmonton Oilers