The Honda Center has been the home of the Anaheim Ducks since the team began, though it has gone through a few name changes.
The most famous and memorable moment does not revolve around Anaheim's winning the Stanley Cup, but rather around their first-ever appearance in the finals.
In Game 6, Paul Kariya received an absolutely vicious elbow from Scott Stevens that, in today's version of the game, might have earned Stevens an ejection from the game and should have been a penalty even then.
Kariya lay on the ice motionless and had to be helped off the ice by his teammates. At that point, everybody had to be thinking the same thing: that Kariya was done and the Ducks' season was finished.
A few minutes later, Kariya was back on the bench and then out on the ice. What resulted was one of the most famous moments in Stanley Cup playoff history when Kariya went streaking down the left wing and unleashed a huge slap shot for a goal past Martin Brodeur.
No, the Ducks did not win the Stanley Cup that season, but that series was one for the ages, and Paul Kariya's moment is one that will live on when anybody talks about the toughness of hockey players.