Dubbed "The Madhouse on Madison," the Chicago Bulls called Chicago Stadium home from 1967-1994. Boasting a capacity of 17,339 at its height, the Bulls shared the arena with the Chicago Blackhawks until the '94 season. The arena was demolished in 1995, and both the Hawks and the Bulls moved into their current home, the United Center, much to the delight of players and fans alike. If it weren't for a successful franchise the Bulls still might be playing in the Madhouse.
The Bulls would still be playing in Chicago Stadium.