14 Facts About Madison Square Garden

1. Madison Square Garden is home to some of the most passionate sports fans in the world, and they bring the energy to The Garden each and every night.

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2. Madison Square Garden is an indoor arena in the New York City borough of Manhattan.

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3. Madison Square Garden has new features after the construction such as climate-controlled space, retail, interactive kiosks, new seating, larger concourses, and many more.

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4. Madison Square Garden has four beer rooms that serve 521 beer lines, each labeled with a stand and tap number.

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5. Madison Square Garden celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Rangers' 1994 Stanley Cup triumph Friday night before the current team took on the Carolina Hurricanes, and everything came off perfectly.

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6. Katie Taylor to make Madison Square Garden debut on Canelo card next month.

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7. Katie Taylor set to make Madison Square Garden debut next month.

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8. Madison Square Garden sits directly atop a major transportation hub in Pennsylvania Station, featuring access to commuter rail service from the Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit, as well as Amtrak.

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9. Madison Square Garden hosted the Stanley Cup Finals and NBA Finals simultaneously on two occasions: in 1972 and 1994.

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10. Madison Square Garden hosts more high-profile concert events than any other venue in New York City.

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11. Madison Square Garden rejected the notion that it would be relocated, and called the plans "pie-in-the-sky".

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12. Madison Square Garden is seen as an obstacle in the renovation and future expansion of Penn Station, which is already expanding through the James Farley Post Office, and some have proposed moving MSG to other sites in western Manhattan.

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13. Madison Square Garden is the last of the NBA and NHL arenas to not be named after a corporate sponsor.

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14. Madison Square Garden opened on February 11, 1968, and is the oldest major sporting facility in the New York metropolitan area.

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