This multi-use complex is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs (hockey) and the Toronto Raptors (basketball). Longtime fans were crushed when the Leafs moved here in 1999 from Maple Leaf Gardens—the arena that had housed the team since 1931—but the Scotiabank Arena (previously called the Air Canada Centre) has quickly become a fan favorite; the center was designed with comfort in mind (seats are wide and upholstered). Seating is on a steeper-than-usual grade so that even the “nosebleed” sections have decent sightlines. When the teams are off the field (or ice), it becomes a concert venue.