Joe Louis Arena Multimedia Files

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A view of the Joe Louis Arena ice before a game against the Chicago Blackhawks.
The interior of Joe Louis Arena prior to a Red Wings playoff game.
A view of the six retired number banners inside Joe Louis Arena.
The exterior of the Gordie Howe Entrance to Joe Louis Arena, as seen after a playoff game.
Detroit's playoff mascot, Al the Octopus, perched on a roof outside Joe Louis Arena.
A view of the number 19 on the Joe Louis Arena boards as part of the ceremony for Steve Yzerman's number retirement.
A view of the number 19 on the ice behind the goal at Joe Louis Arena as part of at the ceremony for Steve Yzerman's number retirement.  In goal, Dominik Hasek prepares for the start of the second period.
A view of the Joe Louis Arena ice and end boards before the ceremony for Steve Yzerman's number retirement, showing the #19 on the boards in the corner and on the ice behind the goal.
A view of the Joe Louis Arena ice, prepared for the ceremony for Steve Yzerman's number retirement.
A view of the banners recognizing the Red Wings' six retired numbers, as seen on the night that Steve Yzerman's #19 was raised.
A statue of Steve Yzerman made of Legos, inside the southeast enterance to Joe Louis Arena.
A view of the Miller Lite Party Deck at Joe Louis Arena.
The view of the banners for the first five numbers retired by the Red Wings, after the last game before they were replaced.
A view of several sets of banners hanging in the Joe Louis Arena rafters.
A view of the Joe Louis Arena scoreboard, showing the 3-2 final score of a Detroit double-overtime win over Edmonton.
Streamers descend from the Joe Louis Arena rafters as part of a playoff pregame celebration.
The lights are dimmed and the ice surface decorated at Joe Louis Arena in preparation for a playoff game.
A view of the banners at Joe Louis Arena commemorating the Red Wings' 2001-02, 2002-03, and 2003-04 accomplishments.
The image of Red Wings' playoff mascot Al the Octopus is projected into one of the facoff circles before the start of a playoff game.
A view of Detroit's ten Stanley Cup banners and much of the rest of Joe Louis Arena from the Executive Suites.

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