Home of the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues, the Scottrade Center is an sporting arena in the Missouri city. When it first opened in December, 1992, the indoor stadium quickly became a profitable cornerstone to the city of St. Louis. Yet professional hockey is not the only sport played in the arena. It has hosted the NCAA Division 1 Hockey Championship as well as a plethora of other sporting events. The stadium also held NCAA Division 1 men’s and women’s basketball games and even the NCAA National Wrestling Championship. Moreover, the stadium also hosts a variety of entertainment events in the performing arts. Some of the world’s most famous musicians have come to play in the indoor stadium, along with shows and skating events (as the stadium was designed specifically for hockey). Since the arena’s conception, it has become an entertainment staple in St. Louis, and this trend will only continue into the future, as the Blues have remained one of the more popular NHL teams.