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{{Infobox Stadium | stadium_name = Paramount Fine Foods Centre
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{{Infobox Stadium | stadium_name = Hershey Centre
 
| image = [[Image:Hershey Center.jpg|200px|upright]]
 
| image = [[Image:Hershey Center.jpg|200px|upright]]
 
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| seating_capacity =Basketball 5,400 <br>[[ice hockey|Hockey]] 5,800 (5,420 seated)<br>Concerts 4,800
 
| seating_capacity =Basketball 5,400 <br>[[ice hockey|Hockey]] 5,800 (5,420 seated)<br>Concerts 4,800
 
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The '''Paramount Fine Foods Centre''' ''formerly the Hershey Centre'' is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment complex located in [[Mississauga]], [[Ontario]], across the street from Iceland Mississauga.
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The '''Hershey Centre''' is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment complex located in [[Mississauga]], [[Ontario]], across the street from Iceland Mississauga.
   
The Paramount Fine Foods Centre is the home arena of the [[Mississauga St. Michael's Majors]] of the [[Ontario Hockey League]]. It previously housed the [[Mississauga IceDogs]] from 1998-2007, and the Toronto ThunderHawks during the 2000-2001 National Professional Soccer League season. It has also been the venue for several notable musical acts.
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The Hershey Centre is the home arena of the [[Mississauga St. Michael's Majors]] of the [[Ontario Hockey League]]. It previously housed the [[Mississauga IceDogs]] from 1998-2007, and the Toronto ThunderHawks during the 2000-2001 National Professional Soccer League season. It has also been the venue for several notable musical acts.
   
First opened in 1998, the Paramount Fine Foods Centre is located on Rose Cherry Place, named after the late wife of [[Don Cherry (ice hockey)|Don Cherry]], founder and former owner of the IceDogs.
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First opened in 1998, the Hershey Centre is located on Rose Cherry Place, named after the late wife of [[Don Cherry (ice hockey)|Don Cherry]], founder and former owner of the IceDogs.
   
 
In 2007, a new multi-sport facility called Hershey SportZone opened just to the north of the main bowl. SportZone houses a full size indoor soccer field, a full size FIBA basketball court, a gymnastics facility, and two outdoor soccer fields.
 
In 2007, a new multi-sport facility called Hershey SportZone opened just to the north of the main bowl. SportZone houses a full size indoor soccer field, a full size FIBA basketball court, a gymnastics facility, and two outdoor soccer fields.

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