An arena in Denver, Colorado, is the perfect place to watch sports and relax.

But for fans of hockey, that’s not the only reason.

The arena, which opened in January, is home to the Kings, Avalanche and Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League (NHL).

It is also home to an arena that is often referred to as the ‘simmins bank arena,’ a name that refers to the ice that fills the arena’s roof.

But there are other reasons people flock to the arena, too.

The city’s largest employer is the state-owned Denver HealthCare, which has an office there.

Its headquarters also sits at the arena.

In fact, the Denver Nuggets play at the home of the arena in a downtown arena that seats 20,000.

“It’s the most beautiful place to be, the most exciting place to go to in the world,” said Michael Zimbalist, a former NHL goalie and current sports columnist for the Associated Press.

“The arena is a great place to play.”

That’s why it’s been named after a city, not an individual.

The name “simmens bank” refers to an ancient city in the ancient Greek city of Samos.

The building that now houses the arena has been in the city’s name for more than 100 years.

It was built in 1921 to house the Denver Healthcare Medical Center, a hospital that operated for nearly half a century before moving to a new facility in the 1990s.

The hospital’s old building has been converted into an office building, which is where the arena is now.

The original hospital was built to house about 30,000 people.

It is now the largest healthcare facility in Colorado.

The name was changed in 1978 to reflect the city and its population.

The current arena was named after the city in honour of a former mayor, Mike O’Reilly.

O’Brien became the first African American mayor in Denver in 1981.

In 2013, he was elected as mayor, and he said he felt the name change reflected the community’s identity.

“This arena is an acknowledgement of who we are and where we come from, and it is a reminder that we are a diverse city,” he said.

“It’s a reflection of our history, and I think that’s what’s important to us.”

There are also some people who say it’s a place to have fun.

“If you look at the history of the city, it’s not a very good place to hang out,” said Gary Suter, the president of the Denver Downtown Partnership.

“So the people who live there are people who like to party.”

The arena has also been known to host concerts.

In the summer, a performance by the legendary jazz duo John Coltrane and the Blackhearts was held at the building.

In 2017, the band’s drummer, Brian Miller, told the Denver Post he was planning to retire from the band.

“I’m a huge fan of the Nuggets, I really am,” Miller said.

“So I’m going to give it a go, I think.

If it works out, I’ll come back.”

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