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'''The Palace of Auburn Hills''' is an indoor [[arena]] in [[Auburn Hills, Michigan]] (a suburb of [[Detroit]]). It is the home of the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association and was the home of the [[Detroit Vipers]] of the [[International Hockey League (1945–2001)|International Hockey League]] from 1994 to 2001. As well, it has served as the venue for various [[NCAA]] hockey games.
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'''The Palace of Auburn Hills''' is an indoor [[arena]] in [[Auburn Hills, Michigan]] (a suburb of [[Detroit]]). It was the home of the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association and was the home of the [[Detroit Vipers]] of the [[International Hockey League (1945–2001)|International Hockey League]] from 1994 to 2001. As well, it has served as the venue for various [[NCAA]] hockey games.
   
 
It was opened in 1988 and has a hockey capacity of over 20,800.
 
It was opened in 1988 and has a hockey capacity of over 20,800.
[[Category:Indoor ice hockey venues in the United States]]
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It was announced on August 24, 2017 that the arena would be closing indefinitely on September 23,2017.  Some of the facility will continue to be used as the Pistons will use the office and practice facilities until a new headquarters for the team is completed in Detroit. The facility may end up being redeveloped for either technology or research use.
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[[Category:Indoor ice hockey venues in Michigan]]

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The Palace of Auburn Hills

The Palace of Auburn Hills is an indoor arena in Auburn Hills, Michigan (a suburb of Detroit). It was the home of the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association and was the home of the Detroit Vipers of the International Hockey League from 1994 to 2001. As well, it has served as the venue for various NCAA hockey games.

It was opened in 1988 and has a hockey capacity of over 20,800.

It was announced on August 24, 2017 that the arena would be closing indefinitely on September 23,2017.  Some of the facility will continue to be used as the Pistons will use the office and practice facilities until a new headquarters for the team is completed in Detroit. The facility may end up being redeveloped for either technology or research use.

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