EDIT: Thanks to Mike Irr, who let me know that the background picture on www.theahl.com is likely not HersheyPark Arena. One clue that gives it away is the notation on the scoreclock, as you can see it says “Local” and “Visiteur”. Obviously that is the French spelling of Visitor, so it’s likely a building from Quebec. His guess is the Quebec Coliseum, which was home to the Aces for over a decade, and I agree. The only other teams to have played in the AHL from Quebec are the: Montreal Voyageurs (1969-1971), Sherbrooke Jets/Canadiens (1982-1990) and the Quebec Citadels (1999-2002)
Original Post: Last year, I went to a Division III college hockey game at one of the last remaining truly old hockey arenas left in the country, HersheyPark Arena. It was an awesome building that was seemingly untouched from when it opened in 1936 and I found it amazing that a top minor league team (Hershey Bears) were able to play here all the way up to 2002. Well I was on the AHL’s home page the other day and the background image is a terrific photo of a game at the old arena, likely near when it first opened. You can see this great photo by going over to www.theahl.com and then right-clicking “View Background Image”. My favorite part is that center scoreboard where the game clock is an actual clock! I wonder how and who actually did the starting and stopping.