The iconic sloped roof of KeyArena is seen from above on Monday. The Seattle City Council on Monday approved a memorandum of understanding with Los Angeles-based Oak View Group in a $600 million privately financed project to renovate the facility, which could become home to an NHL team in 2020.
The iconic sloped roof of KeyArena is seen from above on Monday. The Seattle City Council on Monday approved a memorandum of understanding with Los Angeles-based Oak View Group in a $600 million privately financed project to renovate the facility, which could become home to an NHL team in 2020. Elaine Thompson AP
The iconic sloped roof of KeyArena is seen from above on Monday. The Seattle City Council on Monday approved a memorandum of understanding with Los Angeles-based Oak View Group in a $600 million privately financed project to renovate the facility, which could become home to an NHL team in 2020. Elaine Thompson AP

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