The Flyers have been in the Wells Fargo Center since 1996 and it is still one of the loudest arenas in the NHL. Thanks to big hits by guys like Zac Rinaldo and beautiful plays by Claude Giroux the place can get loud. Really loud. And as everyone knows, Philadelphia fans have a reputation for getting really rowdy.
2. Montreal Canadians – Bell Centre
Hockey is a religion in Montreal, and the Bell Centre is their church. You can see the passion and hear the enthusiasm with every big save by Carey Price or a big shot from the point by Andrei Markov. The Bell Centre sells out every single night and is loud. The Ole-Ole chants are heard by all on television, a characteristic of the Canadian fans when things are going well or loud booming boo’s raining down on the refs when a “bad call” is made. The Bell Centre is very loud. But not the loudest, in my opinion.
After leaving Atlanta in 2011, the Winnipeg faithful finally got a team back. And it sounds like they’ve been holding in the enthusiasm and cheering for all these years because this is the loudest arena in the NHL. Despite the small size of only 15,004 capacity, this Winnipeg arena is noise on steroids.