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The Detroit Red Wings will soon play at Little Caesars Arena.

By SI Wire
April 28, 2016

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The Detroit Red Wings will soon call their new home the Little Caesars Arena, the team announced.

The pizza chain signed on for the stadium's naming rights for the next 20 years in a deal that will pay about $6.25 million per year. The team will feature the world's largest Little Caesars image on the roof of the new arena.

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Little Caesars and the Red Wings are owned by Mike Ilitch and his family. They also own the Detroit Tigers.

The Red Wings will soon move out of Joe Louis Arena, which opened in 1979. The new arena will feature shops and entertainment and is scheduled to open ahead of the 2017–18 season.

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