NHL Premiere

NHL Premiere Series in Europe and Japan

Sporadically from 1997 to 2011, the NHL opened the season with games in Japan and Europe.

Globe Arena (Stockholm, 2008-2011)
Hartwall Areena (Helsinki, 2009-2011)
O2 Arena (London, 2007)
O2 Arena (Prague, 2008, 2010)
O2 World Arena (Berlin, 2011)
Saitama Super Arena (Saitama, 2000)
Yoyogi National Gymnasium (Tokyo, 1997-1998)

Globe Arena

Stockholm, Sweden; October 4, 5, 2008; October 2, 3, 2009; October 8, 9, 2010; October 7, 8, 2011

Globe Arena hosted "NHL Premiere" games from 2008-2011.

Player Goals Notes
Dany Heatley3All with Ottawa Senators.
Kristian Huselius2All with Columbus Blue Jackets.
Paul Kariya2All with St. Louis Blues.
Tyler Kennedy2All with Pittsburgh Penguins.
Joe Thornton2All with San Jose Sharks.
Keith Tkachuk2All with St. Louis Blues.
Patrik Berglund1With St. Louis Blues.
Brad Boyes1With St. Louis Blues.
Ryan Callahan1With New York Rangers.
Dan Cleary1With Detroit Red Wings.
Andrew Cogliano1With Anaheim Ducks.
Logan Couture1With San Jose Sharks.
B.J. Crombeen1With St. Louis Blues.
Shean Donovan1With Ottawa Senators.
Jonathan Ericsson1With Detroit Red Wings.
Marian Gaborik1With New York Rangers.
Alex Goligoski1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Tomas Holmstrom1With Detroit Red Wings.
Jack Johnson1With New York Rangers.
Anze Kopitar1With Los Angeles Kings.
Niklas Kronwall1With Detroit Red Wings.
Ville Leino1With Detroit Red Wings.
Evgeni Malkin1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Kirk Matlby1With Detroit Red Wings.
Jay McClement1With St. Louis Blues.
Andy McDonald1With St. Louis Blues.
Torey Mitchell1With San Jose Sharks.
Ethan Moreau1Columbus Blue Jackets.
Rick Nash1Columbus Blue Jackets.
Brad Richards1With New York Rangers.
Mike Richards1With Los Angeles Kings.
Rob Scuderi1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Devon Setoguchi1With San Jose Sharks.
Jason Spezza1With Ottawa Senators.
R.J. Umberger1Columbus Blue Jackets.
Antoine Vermette1With Ottawa Senators.

Hartwall Areena

Helsinki, Finland; October 2, 3, 2009; October 7, 8, 2010; October 7, 2011

Hartwall Areena has hosted "NHL Premiere" games since 2009.

Player Goals Notes
Dustin Byfuglien2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Patrick Kane2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Patrick Sharp2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Brandon Sutter2All with Carolina Hurricanes.
Thomas Vanek2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Anton Babchuk1With Chicago Blackhawks.
David Booth1With Florida Panthers.
Andrew Brunette1With Minnesota Wild.
Brent Burns1With Minnesota Wild.
Brian Campbell1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Matt Cullen1With Minnesota Wild.
Michael Frolik1With Florida Panthers.
Nate Guenin1With Anaheim Ducks.
Jussi Jokinen1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Ville Koistinen1With Florida Panthers.
Guillaume Latendresse1With Minnesota Wild.
Ville Leino1With Buffalo Sabres.
Jasom Pominville1With Buffalo Sabres.
Tuomu Ruutu1With Carolina Hurricanes.

O2 Arena

London, United Kingdom; September 29, 30, 2007

The O2 Arena in London hosted "NHL Premiere" games in 2007.

Player Goals Notes
Mike Cammalleri3All with Los Angeles Kings.
Corey Perry2All with Anaheim Ducks.
Rob Blake1With Los Angeles Kings.
Michal Handzus1With Los Angeles Kings.
Chris Kunitz1With Anaheim Ducks.
Travis Moen1With Anaheim Ducks.
Bobby Ryan1With Anaheim Ducks.

O2 Arena

Prague, Czech Republic; October 4, 5, 2008; October 9, 10, 2010

The O2 Arena in Prague hosted "NHL Premiere" games in 2008 and 2010.

Player Goals Notes
Nathan Horton3All with Boston Bruins.
Radim Vrbata2All with Phoenix Coyotes.
Eric Belanger1With Phoenix Coyotes.
Brandon Dubinsky1With New York Rangers.
Scott Gomez1With New York Rangers.
Adam Hall1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Milan Lucuc1With Boston Bruins.
Markus Naslund1With New York Rangers.
Taylor Pratt1With Phoenix Coyotes.
Wade Redden1With New York Rangers.
Tyler Seguin1With Boston Bruins.
Martin St. Louis1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Scottie Upshall1With Phoenix Coyotes.

O2 World Arena

Berlin, Germany; October 8, 2011

The O2 World Arena in Berlin hosted an "NHL Premiere" game in 2011.

Player Goals Notes
Luke Adam2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Anze Kopitar2With Los Angeles Kings.
Paul Gaustad1With Buffalo Sabres.
Drew Stafford1With Buffalo Sabres.

Saitama Super Arena

Saitama, Japan; October 7, 8, 2000

Saitama Super Arena hosted the opening games of the 2000/01 season.

Player Goals Notes
Jan Hrdina2With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Robert Lang1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
David Legwand1With Nashville Predators.
Cliff Ronning1With Nashville Predators.
Martin Straka1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Scott Walker1With Nashville Predators.
Vitali Yachmenev1With Nashville Predators.

Yoyogi National Gymnasium

Tokyo, Japan; October 3, 4, 1997; October 9, 10, 1998

Yoyogi National Gymnasium hosted the opening games of the 1998/99 season.

Player Goals Notes
Theoren Fleury3All with Calgary Flames.
Pavel Bure2All with Vancouver Canucks.
Shawn Antoski1With Anaheim Ducks.
Valeri Bure1With Calgary Flames.
Andrew Cassels1With Calgary Flames.
J.J. Daigneault1With Anaheim Ducks.
Tony Granato1With San Jose Sharks.
Bill Houlder1With San Jose Sharks.
Trevor Linden1With Vancouver Canucks.
Patrick Marleau1With San Jose Sharks.
Mark Messier1With Vancouver Canucks.
Derek Morris1With Calgary Flames.
Joe Murphy1With San Jose Sharks.
Mike Rathie1With San Jose Sharks.
Mike Ricci1With San Jose Sharks.
Dave Roche1With Calgary Flames.
Tomas Sandstrom1With Anaheim Ducks.
Teemu Selanne1With Anaheim Ducks.
Scott Walker1With Vancouver Canucks.
Jason Wiemer1With Calgary Flames.
Scott Young1With Anaheim Ducks.

Stadium Series

NHL Stadium Series

Distinct from the Winter Classic and Heritage Classic, the NHL Stadium Series was played at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and Yankee Stadium in New York in January 2014, and at Soldier Field in Chicago in March 2014.

Dodger Stadium

Los Angeles, California; January 25, 2014

Dodger Stadium, home of the MLB Los Angeles Dodgers, hosted an NHL Stadium Series game on January 25, 2014, between the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings.

Player Goals Notes
Matt Beleskey1With Anaheim Ducks.
Andrew Cogliano1With Anaheim Ducks.
Corey Perry1With Anaheim Ducks.

Soldier Field

Chicago, Illinois; March 1, 2014

Soldier Field, home of the NFL Chicago Bears, held an NHL Stadium Series game on March 1, 2014, between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks.

Player Goals Notes
Jonathan Toews2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Bryan Bickell1With Chicago Blackhawks.
James Neal1With Pittsburgh Penguins
Patrick Sharp1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Kris Versteeg1With Chicago Blackhawks.

Yankee Stadium

New York, New York; January 26 and 29, 2014

Yankee Stadium, home of the MLB New York Yankees, hosted two NHL Stadium Series games between the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils (January 26, 2014) and the Rangers and the New York Islanders (January 29, 2014).

Player Goals Notes
Patrik Elias2All with New Jersey Devils.
Mats Zuccarello2All with New York Rangers.
Daniel Carcillo1With New York Rangers.
Carl Hagelin1With New York Rangers.
Dominic Moore1With New York Rangers.
Rick Nash1With New York Rangers.
Brock Nelson1With New York Islanders.
Benoit Pouliot1With New York Rangers.
Derek Stepan1With New York Rangers.
Eric Staal1With New York Rangers.
Travis Zajac1With New Jersey Devils.

Chicago Stadium, 1929-1994

Chicago Stadium

Location: Chicago, Illinois
Dates: December 15, 1929-April 14, 1994
Total games:
Total goals:

Chicago Stadium was the longtime home of the Chicago Blackhawks until they moved to the United Center in 1995. They Blackhawks played several games at Chicago Coliseum at the beginning of the 1932/33 season, and a number of games at various arenas in the Midwest throughout the 1950s (see Chicago's 1950s Midwest tour).

Player Goals Notes
Bobby Hull342All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Stan Mikita297All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Steve Larmer222221 with Chicago Blackhawks, 1 with New York Rangers.
Denis Savard197All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Dennis Hull153All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Ken Wharram150All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Pit Martin144138 with Chicago Blackhawks, 3 with Vancouver Canucks, 2 with Boston Bruins, 1 with Detroit Red Wings.
Bill Mosienko141All with Chicago Blackhawks, not counting 2 in St. Louis, November 23, 1954 and March 16, 1955.
Jim Pappin125123 with Chicago Blackhawks, 1 with Toronto Maple Leafs, 1 with California Golden Seals.
Cliff Koroll122All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Jeremy Roenick120All with Chicago Blackhawks, not counting 1 in Minneapolis, December 1, 1992.
Doug Wilson119All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Al Secord118117 with Chicago Blackhawks, 1 with Toronto Maple Leafs.
Doug Bentley114All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Troy Murray114113 with Chicago Blackhawks, 1 with Winnipeg Jets.
Eric Nesterenko110104 with Chicago Blackhawks, 6 with Toronto Maple Leafs, not counting 1 with Toronto in St. Louis, December 15, 1954.
Gordie Howe7673 with Detroit Red Wings, 3 with Hartford Whalers.

Winter Classic/Heritage Classic

Winter Classics and Heritage Classics



BC Place (Vancouver, 2014)
Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, 2012)
Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton, 2003)
Fenway Park (Boston, 2010)
Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, 2011)
McMahon Stadium (Calgary, 2011)
Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, 2014)
Ralph Wilson Stadium (Orchard Park, 2008)
Wrigley Field (Chicago, 2009)


BC Place

Vancouver, British Columbia; March 2, 2014

BC Place, home of the CFL BC Lions, is scheduled to host the NHL Heritage Classic on March 2, 2014, between the Ottawa Senators and Vancouver Canucks.

Player Goals Notes
Cody Ceci1With Ottawa Senators.
Jason Garrison1With Vancouver Canucks.
Colin Greening1With Ottawa Senators.
Erik Karlsson1With Ottawa Senators.
Zach Kassian1With Vancouver Canucks.
Clarke MacArthur1With Ottawa Senators.

Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; January 1, 2012

Citizens Bank Park, home of the MLB Philadelphia Phillies, hosted the 2012 Winter Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Michael Rupp2All with New York Rangers.
Claude Giroux1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Brad Richards1With New York Rangers.
Brayden Schenn1With Philadelphia Flyers.

Commonwealth Stadium

Edmonton, Alberta; November 22, 2003

Commonwealth Stadium, home of the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL, hosted the 2003 Winter Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Yanic Perreault2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Richard Zednik2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Eric Brewer1With Edmonton Oilers.
Steve Staios1With Edmonton Oilers.
Jarret Stoll1With Edmonton Oilers.

Fenway Park

Boston, Massachusetts; January 1, 2010

Fenway Park, home of the MLB Boston Red Sox, hosted the 2010 Winter Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Mark Recchi1With Boston Bruins.
Marco Sturm1With Boston Bruins.
Danny Syvret1With Philadelphia Flyers.

Heinz Field

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; January 1, 2011

Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL, hosted the 2011 Winter Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Eric Fehr2All with Washington Capitals.
Mike Knuble1With Washington Capitals.
Evgeni Malkin1With Pittsburgh Penguins.

McMahon Stadium

Calgary, Alberta; February 20, 2011

McMahon Stadium, home of the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL, hosted the 2011 Heritage Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Rene Bourque2All with Calgary Flames.
Anton Babchuk1With Calgary Flames.
Alex Tanguay1With Calgary Flames.

Michigan Stadium

Ann Arbor, Michigan; January 1, 2014

Michigan Stadium, home of the University of Michigan Wolverines, is scheduled to host the 2014 Winter Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs.

Player Goals Notes
Justin Abdelkader1With Detroit Red Wings.
Daniel Alfredsson1With Detroit Red Wings.
Tyler Bozak1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
James van Riemsdyk1With Toronto Maple Leafs.

Ralph Wilson Stadium

Orchard Park, New York; January 1, 2008

Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills of the NFL, hosted the 2008 Winter Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Colby Armstrong1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Brian Campbell1With Buffalo Sabres.

Wrigley Field

Chicago, Illinois; January 1, 2009

Wrigley Field, home of the MLB Chicago Cubs, hosted the 2009 Winter Classic.

Player Goals Notes
Jiri Hudler2All with Detroit Red Wings.
Pavel Datsyuk1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Ben Eager1With Detroit Red Wings.
Martin Havlat1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Duncan Keith1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Brett Lebda1With Detroit Red Wings.
Brian Rafalski1With Detroit Red Wings.
Mikael Samuelsson1With Detroit Red Wings.
Kris Versteeg1With Chicago Blackhawks.

Neutral site games

Here are lists of all the scorers at "neutral site" games. The NHL had an official series of "neutral site" games from 1992-1994, often to test out new areas where there would later be expansion teams. There were also a few games played at neutral sites in the 1930s. For games at "neutral" sites that were home games for the Chicago Blackhawks in the 1950s, see Chicago's Midwest Tour sites. For "NHL Premiere" series games in Europe and Japan, see NHL Premiere Series See also Winter Classics and Heritage Classics and the NHL Stadium Series.

America West Arena (Phoenix, 1993-1994)
ARCO Arena (Sacramento, 1993-1994)
Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Phoenix, 1992)
Blue Cross Arena (Rochester, 2003, 2005)
Boardwalk Hall (Atlantic City, 1929-1930)
Bradley Center (Milwaukee, 1992-1993)
Carver Arena (Peoria, 1993)
Copps Coliseum (Hamilton, 1992-1994)
Halifax Metro Centre (Halifax, 1993-1994)
Market Square Arena (Indianapolis, 1992)
Miami Arena (Miami, 1992)
Myriad Convention Center (Oklahoma City, 1992)
Omni Coliseum (Atlanta, 1993)
Orlando Arena (Orlando, 1993-1994)
Peace Bridge Arena (Fort Erie, 1929-1930)
Providence Civic Center (Providence, 1993)
Reunion Arena (Dallas, 1992)
Riverfront Coliseum (Cincinnati, 1993)
Saskatchewan Place (Saskatoon, 1992-1994)
Target Center (Minneapolis, 1993-1994)

America West Arena

Phoenix, Arizona; November 9, 1993; January 5, 1994; January 24, 1994; March 8, 1994

America West Arena hosted several neutral site games in the 1993/94 season. It later became the first arena of the Phoenix Coyotes following their move from Winnipeg in 1996.

Player Goals Notes
Joe Murphy2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Lyle Odelein2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Benoit Brunet1With Montreal Canadiens.
Bob Corkum1With Anaheim Ducks.
Russ Courtnall1With Dallas Stars.
Vincent Damphousse1With Montreal Canadiens.
Todd Ewen1With Anaheim Ducks.
Theoren Fleury1With Calgary Flames.
Michel Goulet1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Wayne Gretzky1With Los Angeles Kings.
Jari Kurri1With Los Angeles Kings.
Troy Loney1With Anaheim Ducks.
Mike Modano1With Dallas Stars.
Robert Reichel1With Calgary Flames.
Luc Robitaille1With Los Angeles Kings.
Ron Stern1With Calgary Flames.
Garry Valk1With Anaheim Ducks.

ARCO Arena

Sacramento, California; January 4, February 22, October 21, November 3, 1993; February 8, April 3, 1994

ARCO was used for a number of "neutral site" games in 1993 and 1994.

Player Goals Notes
Kevin Miller3With St. Louis Blues.
Bob Errey2With San Jose Sharks.
Adam Graves2With New York Rangers.
Jaromir Jagr2With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Neil Wilkinson21 with Chicago Blackhawks, 1 with San Jose Sharks.
Jamie Baker1With San Jose Sharks.
Rob Blake1With Los Angeles Kings.
Doug Brown1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Pat Conacher1With Los Angeles Kings.
Vincent Damphousse1With Montreal Canadiens.
Todd Elik1With San Jose Sharks.
Ron Francis1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Brett Hull1With St. Louis Blues.
Craig Janney1With St. Louis Blues.
Jari Kurri1With Los Angeles Kings.
Stephan Lebeau1With Montreal Canadiens.
Kip Miller1With San Jose Sharks.
Alexander Mogilny1With Buffalo Sabres.
Joe Mullen1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Kirk Muller1With Montreal Canadiens.
Sergei Nemchinov1With New York Rangers.
Frederick Olausson1With Edmonton Oilers.
Ed Olczyk1With New York Rangers.
Sandis Ozolinsh1With San Jose Sharks.
Patrick Poulin1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Luc Robitaille1With Los Angeles Kings.
Mathieu Schneider1With Montreal Canadiens.
Craig Simpson1With Buffalo Sabres.
Darryl Sydor1With Los Angeles Kings.
Rick Tocchet1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Eric Weinrich1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Alexei Zhitnik1With Los Angeles Kings.

Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Phoenix, Arizona; December 8, 1992

The Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum hosted a neutral site game between the Montreal Canadiens and the "home" team Los Angeles Kings.

Player Goals Notes
Vincent Damphousse3All with Montreal Canadiens.
Luc Robitaille2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Paul Coffey1With Los Angeles Kings.
Mike Donnelly1With Los Angeles Kings.
Mike Keane1With Montreal Canadiens.
Jari Kurri1With Los Angeles Kings.
Mathieu Schneider1With Montreal Canadiens.

Blue Cross Arena

Rochester, New York; November 12, 2003; October 26, 2005

Blue Cross Arena has hosted two "home" games for the Buffalo Sabres.

Player Goals Notes
Jeff Friesen21 with New Jersey Devils, 1 with Washington Capitals.
Maxim Afinogenov1With Buffalo Sabres.
Jochen Hecht1With Buffalo Sabres.
Jamie Howard1With Washington Capitals.
Alex Kotalik1With Buffalo Sabres.
Jamie Langenbrunner1With New Jersey Devils.
Petr Sykora1With Washington Capitals.
Chris Taylor1With Buffalo Sabres.

Boardwalk Hall

Atlantic City, New Jersey; December 28, 1929, January 25, 1930, March 15, 1930

Boardwalk Hall was the site of several "home" games for the Ottawa Senators and Pittsburgh Pirates in 1929/30.

Player Goals Notes
Normie Himes3All with New York Americans.
Johnny Gottselig2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Hec Kilrea2All with Ottawa Senators.
Joe Lamb2All with Ottawa Senators.
Jack Adams1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Frank Boucher1New York Rangers.
King Clancy1With Ottawa Senators.
Duke Dutkowski1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Art Gagne1With Ottawa Senators.
Leroy Goldsworthy1New York Rangers.
Syd Howe1With Ottawa Senators.
Jim Jarvis1With Pittsburgh Pirates.
Eddie Lowrey1With Pittsburgh Pirates.
Charlie McVeigh1With New York Americans.
George Patterson1With New York Americans.
Johnny Sheppard1With New York Americans.
Al Shields1With Ottawa Senators.
Joe Simpson1With New York Americans.
Art Somers1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Harold Starr1With Ottawa Senators.
Paul Thompson1New York Rangers.

Bradley Center

Milwaukee, Wiscosin; December 1, 1992; March 16, 1993

Bradley Center hosted two neutral site games in 1992/93.

Player Goals Notes
Tony Granato2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Dale Hunter2All with Washington Capitals.
Corey Millen2All with Washington Capitals.
Dave Christian1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Pat Conacher1With Los Angeles Kings.
Sergei Fedorov1With Detroit Red Wings.
Gerard Gallant1With Detroit Red Wings.
Kevin Hatcher1With Washington Capitals.
Todd Kryger1With Washington Capitals.
Luc Robitaille1With Los Angeles Kings.
Jeremy Roenick1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Christian Ruuttu1With Chicago Blackhawks.

Carver Arena

Peoria, Illinois; February 8, 1993

Carver Arena hosted a neutral site game between the St. Louis Blues and the "home" team Hartford Whalers. The game was originally scheduled to be played in Birmingham, Alabama.

Player Goals Notes
Brendan Shanahan2All with St. Louis Blues.
Kelly Chase1With St. Louis Blues.
Pat Verbeek1With Hartford Whalers.

Copps Coliseum

Hamilton, Ontario; October 20, November 17, November 18, 1992; March 1, November 18, 1993; January 4, February 22, March 23, 1994

Copps Coliseum hosted numerous neutral site games from 1992-1994.

Player Goals Notes
Stu Barnes2All with Florida Panthers.
Pavel Bure2All with Vancouver Canucks.
Doug Gilmour2All with Toronto Maple Leafs.
Pat Lafontaine2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Dmitri Mironov2All with Toronto Maple Leafs.
Pierre Turgeon2All with New York Islanders.
Keith Acton1With New York Islanders.
Nikolai Borchevsky1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Neil Brady1With Ottawa Senators.
Tom Chorske1With New Jersey Devils.
Wendel Clark1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Steve Duschesne1With Quebec Nordiques.
Pat Elynuik1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Dale Hawerchuk1With Buffalo Sabres.
Benoit Hogue1With New York Islanders.
Mike Hough1With Florida Panthers.
Mike Krushelnyski1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
John Leblanc1With Winnipeg Jets.
Gary Leeman1With Montreal Canadiens.
Trevor Linden1With Vancouver Canucks.
Norm MacIver1With Ottawa Senators.
Scott Mellanby1With Florida Panthers.
Rob Ray1With Buffalo Sabres.
Russell Romaniuk1With Winnipeg Jets.
Cliff Ronning1With Vancouver Canucks.
Joe Sakic1With Quebec Nordiques.
Alexander Semark1With New Jersey Devils.
Mats Sundin1With Quebec Nordiques.
Steve Thomas1With New York Islanders.
Sylvain Turgeon1With Ottawa Senators.
Dixon Ward1With Vancouver Canucks
Valeri Zelepukin1With New Jersey Devils.

Halifax Metro Centre

Halifax, Nova Scotia; February 20, October 31, 1993; March 9, 1994

Halifax Metro Centre hosted several neutral site games in 1993/94.

Player Goals Notes
Sergei Nemchinov4All with New York Rangers.
Mike Gartner3All with New York Rangers.
Mike Ricci2All with Quebec Nordiques.
Brian Bradley1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Kevin Hatcher1With Washington Capitals.
Mike Hough1With Quebec Nordiques.
Mike Hudson1With New York Rangers.
Dale Hunter1With Washington Capitals.
Steve Konowalchuk1With Washington Capitals.
Alex Kovalev1With New York Rangers.
Nick Kypreos1With New York Rangers.
Brian Leetch1With New York Rangers.
Bernie Nicholls1With New Jersey Devils.
Michal Pivonka1With Washington Capitals.
Mike Ridley1With Washington Capitals.
Martin Rucinsky1With Quebec Nordiques.
Joe Sakic1With Quebec Nordiques.
Rob Zamuner1With Tampa Bay Lightning.

Market Square Arena

Indianapolis, Indiana; November 3, 1992

Market Square Arena hosted a neutral site game between the Chicago Blackhawks and the "home" team Washington Capitals in 1992.

Player Goals Notes
Peter Bondra1With Washington Capitals.
Sylvain Cote1With Washington Capitals.
Keith Jones1With Washington Capitals.
Paul MacDermid1With Washington Capitals.
Stephane Matteau1With Chicago Blackhawks.

Myriad Convention Center

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; December 13, 1992

Myriad Convention Center hosted a neutral site game between the Edmonton Oilers and the "home" team New York Islanders in 1992.

Player Goals Notes
Tom Fitzgerald2All with New York Islanders.
Steve Thomas2All with New York Islanders.
Brian Glynn1With Edmonton Oilers.

Omni Coliseum

Atlanta, Georgia; February 8, 1993

Omni Coliseum was the home of the Atlanta Flames until they moved to Calgary in 1980. It hosted a neutral site game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins in 1993.

Player Goals Notes
Kevin Stevens2All with Pittsburgh Penguins.
Shawn McEachern1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Rick Tocchet1With Pittsburgh Penguins.

Orlando Arena

Orlando, Florida; December 14, 26, 1993; January 2, 24, March 20, 1994

Orlando Arena was the site of a number of "home" games for the Tampa Bay Lightning in 1993/94.

Player Goals Notes
Danton Cole2All with Tampa Bay Lightning.
Mikael Andersson1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Shawn Chambers1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Rob DiMaio1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Peter Douris1With Anaheim Ducks.
Jody Hull1With Florida Panthers.
Calle Johansson1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Keith Jones1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Chris Joseph1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Andrei Lomakin1With Florida Panthers.
Kelly Miller1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Kirk Muller1With Montreal Canadiens.
Brian Skrudland1With Florida Panthers.
Garry Valk1With Anaheim Ducks.
David Williams1With Anaheim Ducks.
Terry Yake1With Anaheim Ducks.
Rob Zamuner1With Tampa Bay Lightning.

Peace Bridge Arena

Fort Erie, Ontario; February 10, 14, 17, March 7, 10 1929; February 12, March 8, 18, 1930

The Peace Bridge Arena hosted a number of Chicago Blackhawks "home" games in 1929 while they were unable to use the Chicago Coliseum. It was also the site of a number of Pittsburgh Pirates "home" games in 1930.

Player Goals Notes
Herb Drury2All with Pittsburgh Pirates.
Gord Fraser2All with Pittsburgh Pirates.
Stan McCabe2All with Detroit Cougars
Vic Ripley2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Taffy Abel1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Larry Aurie1With Detroit Cougars.
Marty Barry1With Boston Bruins.
Cliff Barton1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Dit Clapper1With Boston Bruins.
Tommy Cook1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Rosario Couture1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Harold Darragh1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Art Gagne1With Montreal Canadiens.
Dutch Gainor1With Boston Bruins.
Johnny Gottselig1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Herbie Lewis1With Detroit Cougars.
Mickey MacKay1With Boston Bruins.
Charlie McVeigh1With New York Americans.
Hib Milks1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Harry Oliver1With Boston Bruins.
George Owen1With Boston Bruins.
Eric Pettinger1With Toronto St. Patricks.
Eddie Shore1With Boston Bruins.
Jessie Spring1With Pittsburgh Penguins.

Providence Civic Center

Providence, Rhode Island; March 16, 1993

Providence Civic Center hosted a neutral site game between the New Jersey Devils and the "home" team Boston Bruins in 1993.

Player Goals Notes
Claude Lemieux1With New Jersey Devils.
Cam Neely1With Boston Bruins.
Adam Oates1With Boston Bruins.
Dave Reid1With Boston Bruins.

Riverfront Coliseum

Cincinnati, Ohio; February 16, 1993

Riverfront Coliseum hosted a neutral site game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the "home" team Calgary Flames in 1993.

Player Goals Notes
Rob Brind'amour1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Pelle Eklund1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Brent Fedyk1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Theoren Fleury1With Calgary Flames.
Eric Lindros1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Joe Nieuwendyk1With Calgary Flames.
Gary Roberts1With Calgary Flames.
Rob Stern1With Calgary Flames.

Saskatchewan Place

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; October 13, 1992; January 18, February 23, March 11, December 23, 1993; January 24, 1994

Saskatchewan Place hosted a number of neutral site games from 1992-1994.

Player Goals Notes
Pavel Bure5All with Vancouver Canucks.
Evgeny Davydov3All with Winnipeg Jets.
Thomas Steen3All with Winnipeg Jets.
Jason Arnott2All with Edmonton Oilers.
John Druce2All with Winnipeg Jets.
Dave Gagner2All with Minnesota North Stars.
Trevor Linden2All with Vancouver Canucks.
Joe Nieuwendyk2All with Calgary Flames.
Teppo Numminen2All with Winnipeg Jets.
Teemu Selanne2All with Winnipeg Jets.
Keith Tkachuk2All with Winnipeg Jets.
Bob Beers1With Edmonton Oilers.
Andrew Cassels1With Hartford Whalers.
Zdeno Ciger1With Edmonton Oilers.
Russ Courtnall1With Minnesota North Stars.
Mike Craig1With Minnesota North Stars.
Murray Craven1With Hartford Whalers.
Theoren Fleury1With Calgary Flames.
Martin Gelinas1With Vancouver Canucks.
Jody Hull1With Ottawa Senators.
Dane Jackson1With Vancouver Canucks.
Mark Janssens1With Hartford Whalers.
Kris King1With Winnipeg Jets.
Robert Kron1With Vancouver Canucks.
Bob Kudelski1With Ottawa Senators.
Nick Kypreos1With Hartford Whalers.
Mike McPhee1With Minnesota North Stars.
Mike Modano1With Minnesota North Stars.
Michael Nylander1With Hartford Whalers.
Joel Otto1With Calgary Flames.
Brian Propp1With Minnesota North Stars.
Paul Ranheim1With Calgary Flames.
Gary Roberts1With Calgary Flames.
Cliff Ronning1With Vancouver Canucks.
Geoff Sanderson1With Hartford Whalers.
Darrin Shannon1With Winnipeg Jets.
Jiri Slegr1With Vancouver Canucks.
Ron Stern1With Calgary Flames.
Zarley Zalapski1With Hartford Whalers.

Target Center

Minneapolis, Minnesota; December 9, 31, 1993; January 17, March 4, 18, 27, 1994

Target Center hosted a number of neutral site games from 1993-1994.

Player Goals Notes
Dave Gagner2With Dallas Stars.
Mike Modano2With Dallas Stars.
Ray Sheppard2With Detroit Red Wings.
Dave Barr1With Dallas Stars.
Rob Brind'amour1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Paul Cavallini1With Dallas Stars.
Paul Coffey1With Detroit Red Wings.
Nelson Emerson1With Winnipeg Jets.
Ray Ferraro1With New York Islanders.
Travis Green1With New York Islanders.
Bill Guerin1With New Jersey Devils.
Roman Hamrlik1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Valeri Kamensky1With Quebec Nordiques.
Petr Klima1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Vladimir Konstantinov1With Detroit Red Wings.
Claude Lapointe1With Quebec Nordiques.
Claude Lemieux1With New Jersey Devils.
Eric Lindros1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Dave McLlwain1With Ottawa Sabres.
Corey Millen1With New Jersey Devils.
Boris Mironov1With Winnipeg Jets.
Cam Neely1With Boston Bruins.
Mike Peluso1With New Jersey Devils.
Keith Primeau1With Detroit Red Wings.
Mark Recchi1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Mikael Renberg1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Stephane Richer1With New Jersey Devils.
Gordie Roberts1With Boston Bruins.
Darrin Shannon1With Winnipeg Jets.
Richard Smehlik1With Buffalo Sabres.
Bryan Smolinski1With Boston Bruins.
Thomas Steen1With Winnipeg Jets.
Keith Tkachuk1With Winnipeg Jets.
Randy Wood1With Buffalo Sabres.
Alexei Yashin1With Ottawa Sabres.
Steve Yzerman1With Detroit Red Wings.
Rob Zamuner1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Alex Zhamnov1With Winnipeg Jets.