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Toronto’s $40 Million Facelift Includes HD Scoreboard

From Mark Zwolinski at the Toronto Star,

Toronto’s Air Canada Centre will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year by unveiling a year-long $40-million renovation. The home of the Maple Leafs, Raptors and Rock, today unveiled an expansion to the west side of the building including a new multi-level concourse, retail space and more concessions.

The centrepiece of the ACC reno is an $8-million high-definition scoreboard and display system.

More on the snazzy new system can be seen on video at the Star website. The caption on the video probably says it all: “No one claims it will improve the Leafs—but it is a spectacular addition over centre ice.”

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