|Fate||Merged with Storer Broadcasting|
Walter A. Brown, President and General Manager|
Weston Adams, Chairman
Weston Adams, Jr., President
The Boston Garden-Arena Corporation was an American corporation that oversaw the operations of the Boston Garden from 1934 to 1973. It was formed when the Boston Arena Corporation gained control of the Boston Garden from the Madison Square Garden Corporation in 1934. From 1946 to 1950 it owned the Boston Celtics. In 1951 it purchased controlling interest in the Boston Bruins from Weston Adams. In 1953 it sold the Boston Arena to Samuel M. Pinsly for $398,000. In 1973, the Boston Garden-Arena Corporation merged with Storer Broadcasting.
| Boston Celtics principal owner
Walter A. Brown
| Boston Bruins principal owner
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