The Arena was not well-maintained after the 1940s, and its roof was damaged by a February 1959 tornado. Louis Stars hosted the 1971 NASL Professional Hoc-Soc Tournament here, which was the first indoor soccer tournament sanctioned by a Division One professional league in U. Spirits owners Ozzie and Daniel Silna pulled off a coup in their dissolution agreement when the ABA–NBA merger was finalized.
After repairs, it was re-opened as the home of the Central Hockey League's St. The renovations included the removal of the fencing that enforced segregation, dating back to the time of the St. The Silnas negotiated to receive a portion of TV monies in perpetuity, a deal that netted them over 0 million By the time the NHL's St.
Ice hockey: 14,200 (1929–1968) 14,500 (1968–1969) 15,500 (1969–1970) 17,776 (1970–1971) 17,821 (1971–1972) 18,005 (1972–1974) 18,008 (1974–1975) 18,006 (1975–1978) 17,968 (1978–1985) 17,640 (1985–1988) 17,188 (1988–1994)St. Louis Eagles (NHL) (1934–1935) Chicago Black Hawks (NHL) (occasional use; 1951–1959) St. A 13-story building could have been erected inside of it. In the 1973 NCAA Basketball Final, the UCLA Bruins and legendary coach John Wooden defeated Memphis State 87–66, behind 44 points from Bill Walton who went 21 of 22 from the floor. The Spirits and the Kentucky Colonels were disbanded.
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Louis Arena was a concert by Christian artist Carman Licciardello.
As a condition for the private financing of the demolition of city-owned Kiel Auditorium and the construction of privately owned Kiel Center (now the Scottrade Center) on the same Downtown site, local business group Civic Progress, Inc.
Louis Vipers (RHI) (1993–1994) Saint Louis Billikens men's basketball (NCAA) (1968–19–1994) Saint Louis Billikens ice hockey (1970–1979) St. The Arena was the site of conventions, concerts, political rallies, horse shows, circuses, boxing matches, Roller Derby competitions, indoor soccer matches, the 19 NCAA men's basketball Final Four, the NCAA Men's Midwest Regional finals in 1982, 1984, and 1993, the 1992–94 Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball tournament, and the 1975 NCAA Frozen Four ice hockey finals. Louis ended its long tradition of annually hosting large indoor agriculture and horse shows. In 1928 the National Dairy Show offered the city the opportunity to become the permanent location for its annual two-week meeting of dairymen and their prize animals.
The Arena was located directly across I-64 from Forest Park's Aviation Field. Louis Coliseum which was aimed at individual events such as boxing matches.
Kiewit's design called for a lamella roof supported by 20 cantilever steel trusses, eliminating the need for view-obscuring internal support pillars. Louis when the Carolina Cougars franchise relocated to St. The Spirits played in the Arena for the final two seasons of the American Basketball Association (ABA), 1974––76.
Kiewitt as architect and the Boaz-Kiel Construction Company as general contractor.
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