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Greater Phoenix adds 2006 NHL all-star game to resume as a leading sports destination

Sports fans will have another reason to escape to Greater Phoenix in 2006, when the NHL All-Star game will be played at…

Sports fans will have another reason to escape to Greater Phoenix in 2006, when the NHL All-Star game will be played at the new Glendale Arena. The arena, which opened in December of 2003 and is the home of the NHL`s Phoenix Coyotes, is the newest addition to an already thriving sports scene in Greater Phoenix.



The NHL officially awarded the game to Greater Phoenix, one of only 10 metropolitan areas in the U.S. to boast teams in all four major professional sports.



With average highs near 70 degrees throughout the winter months, Greater Phoenix is a haven that offers visitors a choice of more than 200 golf courses, unique Native American museums and cultural sites, as well as unbeatable outdoor adventures such as hiking, biking, hot-air balloon rides and desert Jeep tours.



Visitors to Greater Phoenix enjoy more than three dozen resorts, numerous full-service spas, and world-class restaurants and cuisine. Phoenix is also the future home of the 2008 Super Bowl, which will be played at a new stadium facility currently being constructed next door to the Glendale Arena. The stadium debuts in 200

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