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NHL “Three Stars” for December 2018: Lightning’s Kucherov, Flames’ Gaudreau, Oilers’ McDavid




NEW YORK – Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Nikita Kucherov, Calgary Flames left wing Johnny Gaudreau and Edmonton Oilerscenter Connor McDavid have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the month of December.



Kucherov topped the NHL with 21 assists and 30 points in 14 outings (9-21—30), averaging 2.14 points per game to power the League-leading Lightning (31-7-2, 64 points) to a 13-0-1 December – franchise records for wins and points in any calendar month. Kucherov, who also set Tampa Bay records for assists and points in a single month, became the first NHL player to register 30-plus points in any calendar month since Jaromir Jagr achieved the feat with the Pittsburgh Penguins in March 2001 (15-16—31 in 15 GP). Kucherov did so by finding the scoresheet in all but one of his 14 December appearances, including 11 straight to close the month (7-16—23). That was highlighted by 1-4—5 Dec. 22 at EDM, career highs for assists and points in a game as well as the 12th five-point performance in Lightning history. The 25-year-old Maykop, Russia, native paces the NHL with 46 assists and 65 points in 40 total games this season. He also sits second in the League with 23 power-play points (8-15—23), 10 of which came in December (4-6—10).



Gaudreau ranked second in the NHL with 11 goals and 26 points in 14 contests (11‑15—26) to propel the Pacific Division-leading Flames (24-12-4, 52 points) to a 9-3-2 December. Gaudreau collected points in 10 of his 14 appearances, including nine multi-point efforts. Among them were two four-point performances (Dec. 4 at CBJ: 2-2—4 and Dec. 31 vs. SJS: 2-2—4); four multi-goal outings, including his fourth career hat trick (Dec. 27 at WPG); and two additional three-point games (Dec. 12 vs. PHI: 1-2—3 and Dec. 16 at STL: 2-1—3). The 25-year-old Salem, N.J., native – who also shared third place in December with a +15 rating – places fifth in the NHL this season with 21-34—55 in 40 total appearances. He is the first member of the Flames with 55 or more points through the team’s opening 40 games of a season since 1992-93, when Gary Roberts achieved the feat (26-29—55 in 40 GP).



McDavid ranked third in the NHL with 8-16—24 in 13 outings to guide the Oilers (18-18-3, 39 points) to points in half of their December games (6-7-1). McDavid found the scoresheet in all but one of his 13 appearances, including four straight multi-point games to close the month (2-7—9) and his sixth career four-point performance Dec. 7 vs. MIN (1-3—4). He also hit a pair of career milestones, becoming the ninth player in League history to reach the 300-point mark (Dec. 13 at WPG) and the sixth player in NHL history to hit the 200-assist plateau (Dec. 22 vs. TBL) prior to his 22nd birthday. The 21-year-old Richmond Hill, Ont., native places fourth in the League with 21-37—58 in 38 total contests this season. McDavid, the No. 1 overall selection from the 2015 NHL Draft, also leads the League with 1.27 points per game since making his debut in 2015-16 (108-206—314 in 247 GP).


NHL announces Honda All-Star Game rosters and Names for 2019 All-Star Last Men




NEW YORK (Jan. 2, 2019) – The National Hockey League announced today the four divisional rosters for the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend as well as the launch of the 2019 NHL All-Star Last Men In presented by adidas, which will give fans the ability to vote for the final player on each All-Star roster.


Thirty-seven All-Star players were selected by the NHL’s Hockey Operations Department, joining three of the four division captains elected by fans via the 2019 NHL All-Star Fan Vote presented by adidas: Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews (Atlantic), Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon (Central) and Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid (Pacific). Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin, who was voted captain of the Metropolitan Division, announced today that he will not attend the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend.


Below are the current rosters for each All-Star team, which ultimately will consist of 11 total players (nine skaters and two goaltenders):


2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend Rosters


Atlantic Division (All-Star Appearance)

F    Jack Eichel, BUF (2nd)

F    Nikita Kucherov, TBL (3rd)

F    * Auston Matthews, TOR (3rd)

F    David Pastrnak, BOS (1st)

F    Steven Stamkos, TBL (6th)

F    John Tavares, TOR (6th)

D    Thomas Chabot, OTT (1st)

D    Keith Yandle, FLA (3rd)

G    Jimmy Howard, DET (2nd)

G    Carey Price, MTL (7th)


Central Division (All-Star Appearance)

F    Patrick Kane, CHI (8th)

F    * Nathan MacKinnon, COL (3rd)

F    Ryan O’Reilly, STL (2nd)

F    Mikko Rantanen, COL (1st)

F    Mark Scheifele, WPG (1st)

F    Blake Wheeler, WPG (2nd)

D    Miro Heiskanen, DAL (1st)

D    Roman Josi, NSH (2nd)

G    Devan Dubnyk, MIN (3rd)

G    Pekka Rinne, NSH (3rd)


Metropolitan Division (All-Star Appearance)

F    Sebastian Aho, CAR (1st)

F    Cam Atkinson, CBJ (2nd)

F    Mathew Barzal, NYI (1st)

F    Sidney Crosby, PIT (4th)

F    Claude Giroux, PHI (6th)

F    Taylor Hall, NJD (3rd)

D    John Carlson, WSH (1st)

D    Seth Jones, CBJ (2nd)

G    Braden Holtby, WSH (4th)

G    Henrik Lundqvist, NYR (5th)


Pacific Division (All-Star Appearance)

F    Johnny Gaudreau, CGY (5th)

F    Clayton Keller, ARI (1st)

F    * Connor McDavid, EDM (3rd)

F    Joe Pavelski, SJS (3rd)

F    Elias Pettersson, VAN (1st)

D    Brent Burns, SJS (6th)

D    Drew Doughty, LAK (5th)

D    Erik Karlsson, SJS (6th)

G    Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK (4th)

G    John Gibson, ANA (2nd)

Fan-elected captain


2019 NHL All-Star Last Men In presented by adidas

New this season, the 2019 NHL All-Star Last Men In presented by adidas will allow fans to select four players from a list of 31 All-Star caliber players – one from each NHL team (determined by the League’s Hockey Operations Department). The highest vote-getters by division then will be added to their respective All-Star rosters.


Voting for the Last Men In opens Thursday, Jan. 3, at 12 p.m. ET and closes Thursday, Jan. 10, at 11:59 p.m. ET.


Below are the players available, by division and NHL team, for the Last Men In:


Atlantic Division

Boston Bruins: Patrice Bergeron (F)

Buffalo Sabres: Jeff Skinner (F)

Detroit Red Wings: Dylan Larkin (F)

Florida Panthers: Aleksander Barkov (F)

Montreal Canadiens: Shea Weber (D)

Ottawa Senators: Mark Stone (F)

Tampa Bay Lightning: Brayden Point (F)

Toronto Maple Leafs: Morgan Rielly (D)


Central Division

Chicago Blackhawks: Jonathan Toews (F)

Colorado Avalanche: Gabriel Landeskog (F)

Dallas Stars: Tyler Seguin (F)

Minnesota Wild: Zach Parise (F)

Nashville Predators: Filip Forsberg (F)

St. Louis Blues: Vladimir Tarasenko (F)

Winnipeg Jets: Patrik Laine (F)


Metropolitan Division

Carolina Hurricanes: Teuvo Teravainen (F)

Columbus Blue Jackets: Nick Foligno (F)

New Jersey Devils: Kyle Palmieri (F)

New York Islanders: Anders Lee (F)

New York Rangers: Mats Zuccarello (F)

Philadelphia Flyers: Jakub Voracek (F)

Pittsburgh Penguins: Kris Letang (D)

Washington Capitals: Nicklas Backstrom (F)


Pacific Division

Anaheim Ducks: Ryan Getzlaf (F)

Arizona Coyotes: Oliver Ekman-Larsson (D)

Calgary Flames: Mark Giordano (D)

Edmonton Oilers: Leon Draisaitl (F)

Los Angeles Kings: Anze Kopitar (F)

San Jose Sharks: Logan Couture (F)

Vancouver Canucks: Brock Boeser (F)

Vegas Golden Knights: Jonathan Marchessault (F)


Fans will be permitted to select as few as one player and a maximum of four players per ballot. The maximum number of ballots cast per 24-hour period for each fan is 10.


How to vote:


  • features interactive ballots available in eight languages – English, French, Czech, Finnish, German, Russian, Slovak and Swedish – and accessible anywhere in the world.



2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend Information

The 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend will once again consist of a three-game tournament, played in a 3-on-3 format, featuring four teams – one for each NHL division.


The head coach of the NHL team with the highest points percentage (points earned divided by total possible points) in each of the four divisions at the halfway point of the regular season will guide the respective All-Star rosters.


The Sharks and city of San Jose will host the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, from Jan. 25‑26, including the 2019 SAP NHL All-Star Skills on Friday, Jan. 25 (6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET, NBCSN, CBC, SN, TVAS) and the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Game on Saturday, Jan. 26 (5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET, NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS). The 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend marks the second time NHL All-Star activities will take place in San Jose. The Sharks previously hosted the event in 1997.


Fans can join the conversation by using the official hashtag #NHLAllStar. For more information on the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, visit


Solid December 2018 nets Canucks’ Pettersson NHL Rookie of the Month



(courtesy NHL PR)


NEW YORK – Vancouver Canucks center Elias Pettersson, who led all rookies in goals (6), assists (11), points (17), game-winning goals (4) and plus/minus (tied, +8) in 14 outings, has been named the NHL’s “Rookie of the Month” for December.


Pettersson edged Tampa Bay Lightning center Anthony Cirelli (5-4—9 in 14 GP), Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Andreas Johnsson (3-6—9 in 13 GP) and Ottawa Senators center Colin White (3-6—9 in 14 GP) for the honor.


Pettersson, who also was named Rookie of the Month for October, registered at least one point in 10 of his 14 December appearances – including a seven-game streak from Dec. 4-16 (4-9—13) – to power Vancouver to an 8-5-1 month.


Pettersson notched four multi-point performances, highlighted by his second five-point effort of the season Dec. 9 at STL (1-4—5). In doing so, he became the sixth rookie in the NHL’s expansion era (since 1967‑68) to record multiple five-point games within a single season – and the second to achieve the feat before the end of December (also Bryan Trottier: 1975-76 w/ NYI).


The 20-year-old Sundsvall, Sweden, native – who was selected fifth overall in the 2017 NHL Draft – has played in 36 total games this season, topping rookies in goals (19), assists (20), points (39), power-play goals (tied, 5), power-play assists (7), power-play points (12), game-winning goals (6) and shooting percentage (26.0%)


Elias Pettersson in December


Date Opponent G A P Result
Dec. 1 DALLAS 0 0 0 2-1 L
Dec. 4 MINNESOTA 0 1 1 3-2 L
Dec. 6 NASHVILLE 1 1 2 5-3 W
Dec. 9 at St. Louis 1 4 5 6-1 W
Dec. 11 at Columbus 1 1 2 3-2 W
Dec. 13 at Nashville 0 1 1 4-3 OT L
Dec. 15 PHILADELPHIA 0 1 1 5-1 W
Dec. 16 EDMONTON 1 0 1 4-2 W
Dec. 18 TAMPA BAY 0 0 0 5-2 L
Dec. 20 ST. LOUIS 0 1 1 5-1 W
Dec. 22 WINNIPEG 0 0 0 1-0 L
Dec. 27 at Edmonton 1 1 2 4-2 W
Dec. 29 at Calgary 1 0 1 3-2 OT W
Dec. 31 at New Jersey 0 0 0 4-0 L
Totals 6 11 17 8-5-1 


Kraft Hockeyville USA returns with help from NHL, NHLPA trying to find Nationwide Most Spirited Hockey Communities

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; Caroline Krajewski, Kraft Heinz Company; Jessica Lutchen. Olson; COURTESY


Nominations are open to name one U.S. community Kraft Hockeyville™ USA 2019; Kraft Heinz will award winning community the opportunity to host an NHL Pre-Season Game and $150,000 in rink upgrades


PITTSBURGH & CHICAGO – Nominations are officially open for the fifth year of Kraft Hockeyville™ USA. Together with the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA) and National Hockey League (NHL), Kraft Heinz is on a mission to find America’s most spirited and enthusiastic hockey communities for their chance to compete for the opportunity to host an NHL® Pre-Season Game, receive up to $150,000 in rink upgrades from Kraft Heinz and $10,000 worth of hockey equipment through the NHLPA Goals & Dreams program, in addition to the coveted title of Kraft Hockeyville™ USA 2019.

“In recent years, the Kraft Hockeyville program has helped countless local communities ignite their spirit and passion for hockey,” said Magen Hanrahan, vice president of media and marketing services. “Now entering our fifth year, we’re eager to engage with even more communities and breathe new life into the next class of local rinks.”

Program ambassador Jeremy Roenick, NHL veteran and current NHL analyst for NBC Sports, returns as the spokesperson for Kraft Hockeyville™ USA. “I’m honored to be back supporting this incredible grassroots hockey program,” said Roenick. “Kraft shines a spotlight on local communities, and how important they are to youth hockey. I’m looking forward to another incredible year.”

Kraft Hockeyville™ USA is proud to partner with the NHLPA, the NHL and NBC Sports Group to support the search for hockey communities in the U.S. with the most inspirational stories and strongest voter participation. The 2019 program was announced live during today’s NBC broadcast of the 2019 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic® outdoor game featuring the Boston Bruins against the Chicago Blackhawks at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind.


How Kraft HockeyvilleTM USA 2019 Works

The nomination application is the first step for communities across the country to share unique stories about their local rink, teams, hockey spirit and passion. Throughout the submission process, hockey communities will be asked to bring their stories to life online through the mobile-friendly platform at, to earn Rally Points by adding notes, uploading photos and videos, tweeting from the community page and interacting with the community online. Complete contest rules and how to enter are available on the website. Finalists will be selected based on the best stories and their community’s total Rally Points through three periods, like a hockey game:


*Period 1 (January 1–March 2, 2019) – Local communities submit a story on why they deserve to win Kraft HockeyvilleTM USA on Once posted, users should activate their community online to rally behind the local rink by boosting their digital Rally Points. Communities are judged based on a combination of total Rally Points and best story.
*Period 2 (March 24–30, 2019) – After the judges read through each rink’s story and calculate the total Rally Points of each submission, the top four finalists will be announced on March 24, 2019. The four finalists will then have one week to rally their community and hockey fans nationwide in preparation for the live voting event.

*Period 3 (March 30–31, 2019) –The four finalist communities will compete to receive as many votes as possible within the 28-hour voting phase. New for 2019, Kraft Heinz is giving away a trip for two to a Stanley Cup® Final game. Each vote cast equals one entry into the sweepstakes, so consumers from across the country can vote for their favorite community multiple times, up to 40 total entries1. The winner of Kraft Hockeyville™ USA 2019 will be announced on March 31, 2019 during an intermission of an NHL game on NBCSN and will be awarded the grand prize of an opportunity to host an NHL Pre-Season Game and receive $150,000 in rink upgrades from Kraft Heinz. The runner-up will receive $30,000 in rink upgrades, and each second-place rink will receive $10,000 in rink upgrades. Each of the four finalists will also receive $10,000 worth of new hockey equipment from the NHLPA Goals & Dreams program.


Since launching in Canada in 2006, Kraft Hockeyville™ has positively impacted more than 100 communities with more than $4.4 million in rink upgrades across Canada and the U.S. During the program, Kraft Heinz will feature its diverse portfolio of products to unite hockey fans in their celebrations of the sport and their communities, including Planters, Kraft Natural Cheese, Maxwell House, Oscar Mayer and Kraft Macaroni & Cheese.

For complete contest rules and nomination applications, visit Kraft HockeyvilleTM USA can also be found on Facebook(KraftHockeyvilleUSA), Twitter (@HockeyvilleUSA) and Instagram (@KraftHockeyvilleUSA). Fans can join the conversation using #HockeyvilleUSA.


NHLPA, National Hockey League Players’ Association and the NHLPA logo are trademarks of the NHLPA. © 2019. All rights reserved.


NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup, the Stanley Cup Final logo and the word mark NHL Winter Classic are registered trademarks and the NHL Winter Classic logo, and HOCKEYVILLE are trademarks of the National Hockey League. All NHL logos and marks (including HOCKEYVILLE) and NHL team logos and marks are the property of the NHL and the respective NHL teams and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent of NHL Enterprises, L.P. © NHL 2018. All rights reserved.


About The Kraft Heinz Company

The Kraft Heinz Company (NASDAQ: KHC) is the fifth-largest food and beverage company in the world. A globally trusted producer of delicious foods, The Kraft Heinz Company provides high quality, great taste and nutrition for all eating occasions whether at home, in restaurants or on the go. The Company’s iconic brands include KraftHeinzABCCapri SunClassicoJell-OKool-AidLunchablesMaxwell HouseOre-IdaOscar MayerPhiladelphiaPlantersPlasmonQuero, Smart Ones and Velveeta. The Kraft Heinz Company is dedicated to the sustainable health of our people, our planet and our Company. For more information, visit


About the NHL

The National Hockey League (NHL®), founded in 1917, consists of 31 Member Clubs, each reflecting the League’s international makeup with players from more than 20 countries represented on team rosters, vying for the most cherished and historic trophy in professional sports – the Stanley Cup®. Every year, the NHL entertains more than 670 million fans in-arena and through its partners on national television and radio; more than 151 million followers - league, team and player accounts combined – across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube; and more than 100 million fans online at  The League broadcasts games in more than 160 countries and territories through its rightsholders including NBC/NBCSN and the NHL Network in the U.S., Sportsnet and TVA in Canada, Viasat in the Nordic Region and CCTV and Tencent in China. The NHL reaches fans worldwide with games available online in every country including via its live and on-demand streaming service NHL.TV™. Fans are engaged across the League’s digital assets on mobile devices via the free NHL® App; across nine social media platforms; on SiriusXM NHL Network Radio; and on, available in eight languages and featuring unprecedented access to player and team statistics as well as every regular-season and playoff game box score dating back to the League’s inception, powered by SAP. The NHL is committed to building healthy and vibrant communities through the sport of hockey by increasing youth participation and engagement; fostering positive family experiences; promoting inclusion, positive culture and leadership; and supporting sustainable community impact.


About The NHLPA

The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA), established in 1967, is a labor organization whose members are the players in the National Hockey League (NHL). The NHLPA works on behalf of the players in varied disciplines such as labor relations, product licensing, marketing, international hockey and community relations, all in furtherance of its efforts to promote its members and the game of hockey. In 1999, the NHLPA launched the Goals & Dreams fund as a way for the players to give something back to the game they love. Over the past 18 years, more than 70,000 deserving children in 34 countries have benefited from the players’ donations of hockey equipment. NHLPA Goals & Dreams has donated more than $24 million to grassroots hockey programs, making it the largest program of its kind. For more information on the NHLPA, please visit



2019 NHL Winter Classic: Bruins wins game at Notre Dame Stadium, 4-2 over Chicago; Dublin, Ohio native Sean Kuraly stars



Notre Dame Stadium aerial view 2009 photo by Tysto in Public Domain via wikipedia commons

2019 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic Postgame Notes

Boston Bruins 4 at Chicago Blackhawks 2, Notre Dame Stadium, South Bend, Ind.



Dublin, Ohio, native Sean Kuraly scored the tiebreaking goal with 9:40 remaining in regulation to help the Bruins rally from a pair of one-goal deficits and defeat the Blackhawks in front of a sell-out crowd of 76,126 in the 2019 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind.


Kuraly, who scored the overtime winner in Boston’s final outing of 2018 (Dec. 29 at BUF), became the first Bruins player to register a tiebreaking, winning goal in consecutive team games since Brad Marchand did so in three straight contests from March 3-8, 2018.


Kuraly now has three game-winning goals in the regular season (122 GP) as well as one in the playoffs (16 GP) – that was scored in double-overtime of Game 5 in the 2017 First Round at OTT (2-0—2).


Kuraly has recorded three goals in his past five outings after totaling one through his first 34 games of 2018-19.


With the victory, the Bruins (22-14-4, 48 points) – who started the day on the outside of the playoff picture – leapfrogged the idle Sabres (21-13-6, 48 points) and Canadiens (21-14-5, 47 points) to move into third place in the Atlantic Division.



The Bruins staged the 12th comeback victory in the NHL’s 26 regular-season outdoor games (46.2%). They also overcame a deficit in their other outdoor win, rallying from a 1-0 hole to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in overtime in the 2010 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Fenway Park.


Overall, 275 of the 612 games contested thus far in the 2018-19 season (44.9%) have seen a team overcome a deficit of at least one goal to win.



* Playing in his 469th NHL game (all w/ BOS), Tuukka Rask made 36 saves to earn his first outdoor win (1-1-0) and surpass Tiny Thompson (468) for the most regular-season appearances by a goaltender in Bruins history. Rask’s 248 career wins rank second in franchise history behind Thompson (252).


David Pastrnak posted 1-1—2 in his outdoor game debut, raising his season totals to 24-26—50 in 40 outings. He became the first Boston player to reach the 50-point milestone within the team’s first 40 games of a season since 2006‑07, when Marc Savard hit the number in the Bruins’ 39th contest (14-38—52). Pastrnak’s 24 goals are tied for fourth in the NHL this season, behind only Alex Ovechkin (29), John Tavares (26) and Jeff Skinner (26).


* The Bruins improved to 267-239-83 (617 points) in their 589 regular-season meetings with the Blackhawks, who fell to 243-265-81 (567 points) in the head-to-head series. The teams face off one more time in 2018-19, on Feb. 12 at TD Garden.


* Blackhawks teammates Patrick KaneDuncan KeithBrent Seabrook and Jonathan Toews each appeared in their sixth regular-season outdoor NHL game (all w/ CHI), the most in League history.


* Twelve Blackhawks players appeared in their first outdoor NHL game, including goaltender Cam Ward (32 SV), who was playing in his 686th regular-season contest. Eleven Bruins players made their outdoor game debuts. (Numbers do not include backup goaltenders Collin Delia and Jaroslav Halak, who dressed but did not play).


* With an assist on Dominik Kahun’s second-period goal, Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews (2-5—7 in 6 GP) tied Henrik Zetterberg (0-7—7 in 4 GP) for the most points in outdoor NHL game history. Toews’ five assists in outdoor games rank second only to Zetterberg’s seven.

* The Bruins improved to 2-1-0 in their three outdoor game appearances; Patrice Bergeron (1-1—2) and Zdeno Chara have played in all three games with Boston. The Blackhawks fell to 1-5-0 in their six outdoor contests.



The sellout crowd of 76,126 for the 2019 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic marked the second-largest crowd for an NHL game, behind only the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich. (105,491).


The League’s 26 regular-season outdoor games have drawn total attendance of 1,389,739 – an average of 53,452 per game.



* The NHL staged its 26th regular-season outdoor game and 11th Winter Classic. There also have been nine Stadium Series, four Heritage Classics, one Centennial Classic and one NHL100 Classic.


* This marked the 15th outdoor game at a football stadium. There also have been 10 hosted by baseball parks and one staged in a soccer stadium.


* Road teams improved to 16-8-2 in the League’s 26 regular-season outdoor games. Home clubs fell to 10-13-3.


* Teams that score first dropped to 15-8-3 in the NHL’s 26 regular-season outdoor games.



The NHL returned to Indiana for its sixth regular-season game in the state – and first since 1992. The Blackhawks have played in all six such contests, including a 3-2 loss to the Bruins on Jan. 21, 1954, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum in Indianapolis.


The NHL announced the locations and dates for its 2019-20 outdoor games and All-Star Game:


2019 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic

Calgary Flames vs. Winnipeg Jets

Oct. 26, 2019

Mosaic Stadium

Regina, Sask.


2020 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic

Dallas Stars vs. TBD

Jan. 1, 2020

Cotton Bowl Stadium

Dallas, Texas


2020 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend

Jan. 24-26, 2020

Enterprise Center

St. Louis, Mo.


2020 NHL Stadium Series

Colorado Avalanche vs. TBD

Feb. 15, 2020

U.S. Air Force Academy’s Falcon Stadium

Colorado Springs, Colo.









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