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War Memorial at Oncenter
Location 800 S State St, Syracuse, New York, USA 13202
Opened 1951
Renovated 1994
Owner Onondaga County
Operator Onondaga County
Former names Onondaga War Memorial
Tenants Syracuse Warriors (AHL) (1951-1954)
Syracuse Nationals (National Basketball Association) (1951-1963)
Syracuse Eagles (AHL) (1974-1975)
Syracuse Firebirds (AHL) (1979-1980)
Syracuse Smash (National Lacrosse League) (1997-2000)
Syracuse Soldiers (American Indoor Football League) (2006)
Syracuse Raging Bullz (American Basketball Association (2000-)
Capacity 8,000 (floor events)
6,230 (hockey)

The War Memorial at Oncenter, originally the Onondaga War Memorial, is a 6,230-seat multi-purpose arena in Downtown Syracuse, New York. It is part of the Oncenter Complex. Built in 1951, it featured the first poured-in-place concrete roof in the U.S.

The War Memorial is home to the Syracuse Crunch Ice hockey team. Previous teams to call the War Memorial home included the NBA's Syracuse Nationals and several now-defunct American Hockey League teams. It hosted the NCAA Frozen Four in 1967 and 1971.

Preceded by
Williams Arena
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Host of the
Frozen Four

Succeeded by
Duluth Arena
Duluth, Minnesota
Preceded by
Olympic Center
Lake Placid, New York
Host of the
Frozen Four

Succeeded by
Boston Garden
Boston, Massachusetts