Air Canada Centre - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Air Canada Centre is built on the site of the Canada Post Delivery Building and is a 665,000 square foot facility. The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors both call the Air Canada Centre home. This relatively new building had its first hockey game played on Feb. 20, 1999, when the Maple Leafs defeated the Canadiens 3-2 in overtime. The first basketball game was played on Feb. 21, 1999, when the Raptors defeated the Grizzlies 112-87. Canada's own Tragically Hip performed the first concert at the Air Canada Centre on Feb. 22, 1999. And SummerSlam in 2004 also made its way to the Air Canada Centre, highlighted by Randy Orton's victory over Chris Benoit. The win made Orton the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history.