|National Hockey League|
|First played||January 25, 2014|
Los Angeles Kings
New York Rangers
The Stadium Series is an event held by the National Hockey League (NHL) in which a regular-season hockey game is played outdoors. This event is distinct from the NHL Winter Classic and NHL Heritage Classic outdoor games, played on New Year's Day and in Canada respectively. The first Stadium Series was held in 2014 and consisted of seven teams participating in four games held in three venues. In 2015, only one game in the Stadium Series was held, while in 2016, two games were held. In 2017, it consisted of only one game and currently, only one has been announced for 2018 and 2019.
List of games[edit | edit source]
- Bolded teams denote winners
References[edit | edit source]
- National Hockey League announces 2016 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic and two 2016 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series Games. National Hockey League (24 January 2015). Retrieved on 24 January 2015.
- Sharks, Kings to play in 2015 NHL Stadium Series. Sports Illustrated (August 6, 2014). Retrieved on August 6, 2014.
- "Fans Brave Dropping Temperatures For NHL Stadium Series Game", KDKA-TV, February 25, 2017. Retrieved on February 27, 2017.
- "Capitals expected to play in outdoor game at Naval Academy next season", The Washington Post, May 27, 2017. Retrieved on May 29, 2017.
- 2019 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series Announced. National Hockey League (November 19, 2017). Retrieved on November 20, 2017.
|National Hockey League|
|Structure||Playoffs (Streaks • Droughts • All-time playoff series) • Conference Finals • Finals|
|Players||List of players • Association • Retired jersey numbers • Captains|
|History||Lore • Organizational changes :: • Defunct teams • NHA • Original Six • 1967 Expansion • WHA Merger • Lockouts|
|Others||Outdoor games (Winter Classic • Heritage Classic • Stadium Series) • Potential expansion • Hall of Fame (Members) • Rivalries • Arenas • Rules • Fighting • Violence : International games • Kraft Hockeyville • Collective bargaining agreement • Television and radio coverage|
|Category • 2019–20 Season • 2020–21 Season • 2021–22 Season|
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