Rogers Place

Rogers Place

Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Dates: October 12, 2016-present
Total games: 41
Total goals: 215 by 107 players

Rogers Place replaced Rexall Place as the home arena of the Edmonton Oilers in 2016.

Player Goals Notes
Patrick Maroon16All with Edmonton Oilers.
Connor McDavid14All with Edmonton Oilers.
Leon Draisaitl13All with Edmonton Oilers.
Milan Lucic10All with Edmonton Oilers.
Jordan Eberle8All with Edmonton Oilers.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins7All with Edmonton Oilers.
Oscar Klefbom6All with Edmonton Oilers.
Benoit Pouliot6All with Edmonton Oilers.
Drake Caggiula5All with Edmonton Oilers.
Mark Letestu5All with Edmonton Oilers.
Tyler Pitlick5All with Edmonton Oilers.
Andrej Sekera4All with Edmonton Oilers.
Mikkel Boedker3All with San Jose Sharks.
Matt Hendricks3All with Edmonton Oilers.
Zack Kassian3All with Edmonton Oilers.
Anton Slepyshev3All with Edmonton Oilers.
Paul Byron2All with Montreal Canadiens.
David Desharnais2All with Edmonton Oilers.
Patrick Eaves2All with Dallas Stars.
Patrick Eaves2All with Anaheim Ducks.
Brian Gionta2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Michael Grabner2All with New York Rangers.
Tyler Graovac2All with Minnesota Wild.
Eric Gryba2All with Edmonton Oilers.
Adam Larsson2All with Edmonton Oilers.
Anders Lee2All with New York Islanders.
Ryan O'Reilly2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Max Pacioretty2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Richard Panik2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Lee Stempniak2All with Carolina Hurricanes.
Radim Vrbata2All with Arizona Coyotes.
Sven Andrighetto1With Colorado Avalanche.
Artem Anisimov1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Viktor Arvidsson1With Nashville Predators.
Cam Atkinson1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Sven Baertschi1With Vancouver Canucks.
Matt Benning1With Edmonton Oilers.
Nick Bonino1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Troy Brouwer1With Calgary Flames.
Brent Burns1With San Jose Sharks.
Alexandre Burrows1With Vancouver Canucks.
Matt Calvert1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Alex Chiasson1With Calgary Flames.
Logan Couture1With San Jose Sharks.
Charlie Coyle1With Minnesota Wild.
Jonathan Drouin1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Ryan Ellis1With Nashville Predators.
Michael Frolik1With Calgary Flames.
Sam Gagner1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Ryan Getzlaf1With Anaheim Ducks.
Dan Girardi1With New York Rangers.
Nikolay Goldobin1With Vancouver Canucks.
Radko Gudas1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Jannik Hansen1With San Jose Sharks.
Martin Hanzal1With Arizona Coyotes.
Darren Helm1With Detroit Red Wings.
Josh Ho-Sang1With New York Islanders.
Mike Hoffman1With Ottawa Senators.
Zach Hyman1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jarome Iginla1With Los Angeles Kings.
Tyler Johnson1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Josh Jooris1With Arizona Coyotes.
Nazem Kadri1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Patrick Kane1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Ryan Kesler1With Anaheim Ducks.
Jujhar Khaira1With Edmonton Oilers.
Mikko Koivu1With Minnesota Wild.
Lauri Korpikoski1With Dallas Stars.
David Krejci1With Boston Bruins.
Andrew Ladd1With New York Islanders.
Dylan Larkin1With Detroit Red Wings.
Evgeni Malkin1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Anthony Mantha1With Detroit Red Wings.
Brad Marchand1With Boston Bruins.
Auston Matthews1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jamie McGinn1With Arizona Coyotes.
Greg McKegg1With Florida Panthers.
Sean Monahan1With Calgary Flames.
Dominic Moore1With Boston Bruins.
Matt Moulson1With Buffalo Sabres.
Darnell Nurse1With Edmonton Oilers.
Kyle Okposo1With Buffalo Sabres.
Alex Ovechkin1With Washington Capitals.
Zach Parise1With Minnesota Wild.
David Pastrnak1With Boston Bruins.
Joe Pavelski1With San Jose Sharks.
Mathieu Perreault1With Winnipeg Jets.
Jesse Puljujarvi1With Edmonton Oilers.
Rickard Rakell1With Anaheim Ducks.
Brett Ritchie1With Dallas Stars.
Antoine Roussel1With Dallas Stars.
Bobby Ryan1With Ottawa Senators.
Steven Santini1With New Jersey Devils.
Brayden Schenn1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Michael Sgarbossa1With Florida Panthers.
Nick Shore1With Los Angeles Kings.
Wayne Simmonds1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Chris Stewart1With Minnesota Wild.
Chris Thorburn1With Winnipeg Jets.
Vincent Trocheck1With Florida Panthers.
Nikita Tryamkin1With Vancouver Canucks.
James van Riemsdyk1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Trevor van Riemsdyk1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Dennis Wideman1With Calgary Flames.
Nail Yakupov1With St. Louis Blues.
Travis Zajac1With New Jersey Devils.
Jason Zucker1With Minnesota Wild.

Gordie Howe goals

Gordie Howe's Goals per Arena

It goes without saying that Gordie Howe was one of the greatest players in the history of the NHL. Over 26 seasons, from 1946-47 to 1970-71 with the Detroit Red Wings and 1979-80 with the Hartford Whalers, he scored 801 regular-season goals. He second only to Wayne Gretzky in number of goals scored.

Where did he score all those goals? Here is a breakdown of the goals he scored at each NHL arena. He scored in 21 different arenas, playing for Detroit and Hartford, and against 14 opponents. The list does not include goals scored while playing for the Houston Aeros or New England Whalers of the World Hockey Association.

Arena Goals Notes
Olympia Stadium440All with Detroit Red Wings.
Chicago Stadium7673 with Detroit Red Wings, 3 with Hartford Whalers.
Boston Garden65All with Detroit Red Wings.
Montreal Forum59All with Detroit Red Wings.
Madison Square Garden (original)56All with Detroit Red Wings.
Maple Leaf Gardens5453 with Detroit Red Wings, 1 with Hartford Whalers.
Pittsburgh Civic Arena65 with Detroit Red Wings, 1 with Hartford Whalers.
Great Western Forum6All with Detroit Red Wings.
St. Louis Arena6All with Detroit Red Wings.
Madison Square Garden (new)5All with Detroit Red Wings.
Met Center5All with Detroit Red Wings.
Philadelphia Spectrum5All with Detroit Red Wings.
Hartford Civic Center4All with Hartford Whalers.
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum4All with Detroit Red Wings.
Springfield Civic Center4All with Hartford Whalers.
Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum1With Detroit Red Wings.
Buffalo Memorial Auditorium1With Detroit Red Wings.
Capital Centre1With Hartford Whalers.
Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum1With Detroit Red Wings.
Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena1With Detroit Red Wings.
McNichols Sports Arena1With Hartford Whalers.

Howe was by far the highest scoring player at Olympia Stadium, the home arena of the Detroit Red Wings from 1927 to 1979. The next highest scorer at Olympia was Alex Delvecchio, who scored an impressive but far fewer 245 goals.

Howe scored at Olympia in his first game as a Red Wing, against Toronto, on October 16, 1946. All of his goals in Detroit were scored while playing with the Red Wings - by the time the Whalers made their first trip to Detroit, the Red Wings had moved into Joe Louis Arena, and Howe never scored there. His last goal, number 801, came against Detroit in his final game, in Hartford on April 6, 1980.

Most of his away goals were against the other Original Six teams, the only other teams in the league for the first 21 seasons of his career. He was most successful at Chicago Stadium, where he scored 73 goals with Detroit, and another 3 with Hartford. He scored 65 at Boston Garden, 59 at the Montreal Forum, 56 at the original Madison Square Garden, and 54 at Maple Leaf Gardens, the site of his first away goal in 1947.

He also scored 4 goals against the Chicago Blackhawks at Chicago's home games elsewhere in the Midwest in the early 1950s. He scored 2 at St. Louis Arena, 1 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, and 1 at Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum in Omaha, Nebraska.

In the expansion era, he scored 6 times at Los Angeles' Great Western Forum. The Kings also played home games at Long Beach Arena and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena early in the 1967 season. Howe scored one goal at the Memorial Sports Arena. He scored 5 at Pittsburgh's Civic Arena, and another 4 at St. Louis Arena against the Blues. Five of his goals came at the current Madison Square Garden, and another 5 each at Minnesota's Met Center and the Spectrum in Philadelphia.

During Hartford’s first NHL season in 1979-80, the Whalers played some of their home games at the Springfield Civic Center. The roof of the Hartford Civic Center had collapsed during the 1977-78 WHA season, and the arena was under repair until January, 1980. Of his 15 goals with Hartford, Howe scored 4 goals at each arena. Another 4 came against the Seals at Oakland Coliseum.

He scored one goal each at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, Capital Centre (his final NHL goal on the road, in 1979), and McNichols Sports Arena against the Colorado Rockies.

Howe never scored 50 goals in a season, although he came close with 49 in 1952-53. He led the league in goals only five times: 1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1956-57, and 1962-63. However, he did led the Red Wings in goals 15 times: 11 seasons in a row from 1949-50 to 1959-60, another 3 seasons from 1961-62 to 1963-64, and 1967-68.


Arena Goals Notes
Olympia Stadium39All with Detroit Red Wings.
Chicago Stadium10All with Detroit Red Wings.
Montreal Forum98 with Detroit Red Wings, 1 with Hartford Whalers.
Maple Leaf Gardens8All with Detroit Red Wings.
Boston Garden1With Detroit Red Wings.
Madison Square Garden (old)1With Detroit Red Wings.

Howe only ever scored in the Original Six arenas during the playoffs, and only one of his 68 playoff goals was scored with the Whalers.

Barclays Center

Barclays Center

Location: New York City, New York
Dates: October 9, 2015-present
Total games: 82
Total goals: 471 by 203 players

Barclays Centre, home of the NBA Brooklyn Nets, replaced Nassau Coliseum as the home arena of the New York Islanders in 2015.

Player Goals Notes
John Tavares32All with New York Islanders.
Brock Nelson27All with New York Islanders.
Anders Lee25All with New York Islanders.
Josh Bailey15All with New York Islanders.
Ryan Strome14All with New York Islanders.
Andrew Ladd13All with New York Islanders.
Kyle Okposo12All with New York Islanders.
Casey Cizikas11All with New York Islanders.
Johnny Boychuk10All with New York Islanders.
Nikolay Kulemin10All with New York Islanders.
Jason Chimera98 with New York Islanders, 1 with Washington Capitals.
Cal Clutterbuck9All with New York Islanders.
Frans Nielsen8All with New York Islanders.
Mikhail Grabovski6All with New York Islanders.
Matt Martin6All with New York Islanders.
Anthony Beauvillier5All with New York Islanders.
Calvin de Haan5With New York Islanders.
Travis Hamonic5All with New York Islanders.
Nick Leddy5All with New York Islanders.
Alex Ovechkin5All with Washington Capitals.
Thomas Hickey4All with New York Islanders.
Alan Quine4All with New York Islanders.
Dennis Seidenberg4All with New York Islanders.
Jaccob Slavin4All with New York Islanders.
Marek Zidlicky4All with New York Islanders.
Claude Giroux3All with Philadelphia Flyers.
Ron Hainsey3All with Carolina Hurricanes.
Nikita Kucherov3All with Tampa Bay Lightning.
Justin Williams3All with Washington Capitals.
Artem Anisimov2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Cam Atkinson2All with Columbus Blue Jackets.
Aleksander Barkov2All with Florida Panthers.
J.T. Brown2All with Tampa Bay Lightning.
Brett Connolly21 with Boston Bruins, 1 with Washington Capitals.
Danny Dekeyser2All with Detroit Red Wings.
Justin Faulk2All with Carolina Hurricanes.
Brian Gionta2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Mike Green2All with Detroit Red Wings.
Nick Holden21 with Colorado Avalanche, 1 with New York Rangers.
Patrick Kane2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Kris Letang2Allwith Pittsburgh Penguins.
Scott Mayfield2All with New York Islanders.
Matt Moulson2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Riley Nash2All with Boston Bruins.
Valeri Nichushkin2All with Dallas Stars.
Nino Niederreiter2All with Minnesota Wild.
Matt Niskanen2All with Washington Capitals.
Artemi Panarin2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Zach Parise2All with Minnesota Wild.
Joe Pavelski2All with San Jose Sharks.
Jeff Petry2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Shane Prince2All with New York Islanders.
Bobby Ryan2All with Ottawa Senators.
Jeff Skinner2All with Carolina Hurricanes.
Zack Smith2All with Ottawa Senators.
Ryan Spooner2All with Boston Bruins.
Marc Staal2All with New York Rangers.
Mark Stone2All with Ottawa Senators.
Jimmy Vesey2All with New York Rangers.
Shea Weber2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Justin Abdelkader1With Detroit Red Wings.
Josh Anderson1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Viktor Arvidsson1With Nashville Predators.
Nicklas Backstrom1With Washington Capitals.
Nathan Beaulieu1With Montreal Canadiens.
Patrice Bergeron1With Boston Bruins.
Steve Bernier1With New York Islanders.
Oliver Bjorkstrand1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Nick Bjugstad1With Florida Panthers.
Joseph Blandisi1With New Jersey Devils.
Mikkel Boedker1With Arizona Coyotes.
Brian Boyle1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tyler Bozak1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Derick Brassard1With Ottawa Senators.
Kyle Brodziak1With St. Louis Blues.
Andre Burakovsky1With Washington Capitals.
Dustin Byfuglien1With Winnipeg Jets.
Paul Byron1With Montreal Canadiens.
Ryan Callahan1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Jeff Carter1With Los Angeles Kings.
Kyle Clifford1With Los Angeles Kings.
Joe Colborne1With Colorado Avalanche.
Blake Comeau1With Colorado Avalanche.
Nick Cousins1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Charlie Coyle1With Minnesota Wild.
Sidney Crosby1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Matt Cullen1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Trevor Daley1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Phillip Danault1With Montreal Canadiens.
Pavel Datsyuk1With Detroit Red Wings.
Calvin deHaan1With New York Islanders.
Jason Demers1With Florida Panthers.
Drew Doughty1With Los Angeles Kings.
Leon Draisaitl1With Edmonton Oilers.
Brandon Dubinsky1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Aaron Ekblad1With Florida Panthers.
Robby Fabbri1With St. Louis Blues.
Kevin Fiala1With Nashville Predators.
Vernon Fiddler1With Dallas Stars.
Valtteri Filppula1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tomas Fleischmann1With Montreal Canadiens.
Nick Foligno1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Filip Forsberg1With Nashville Predators.
Cam Fowler1With Anaheim Ducks.
Sam Gagner1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Brendan Gallagher1With Montreal Canadiens.
Jake Gardiner1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Ryan Getzlaf1With Anaheim Ducks.
Stephen Gionta1With New York Islanders.
Zemgus Girgensons1With Buffalo Sabres.
Luke Glendening1With Detroit Red Wings.
Nikolay Goldobin1With San Jose Sharks.
Shayne Gostisbehere1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Michael Grabner1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Markus Granlund1With Vancouver Canucks.
Carl Hagelin1With Anaheim Ducks.
Taylor Hall1With New Jersey Devils.
Martin Hanzal1With Arizona Coyotes.
Victor Hedman1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Adam Henrique1With New Jersey Devils.
Tomas Hertl1With San Jose Sharks.
Josh Ho-Sang1With New York Islanders.
Patric Hornqvist1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Marian Hossa1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Jonathan Huberdeau1With Florida Panthers.
Ben Hutton1With Vancouver Canucks.
Zach Hyman1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jarome Iginla1With Colorado Avalanche.
Boone Jenner1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Ryan Johansen1With Nashville Predators.
Melker Karlsson1With San Jose Sharks.
William Karlsson1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Joonas Kemppainen1With Boston Bruins.
Phil Kessel1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Alex Killorn1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Travis Konecny1With Philadelphia Flyers.
David Krejci1With Boston Bruins.
Tom Kuhnhackl1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Evgeny Kuznetsov1With Washington Capitals.
Scott Laughton1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Adam Lowry1With Winnipeg Jets.
Evgeni Malkin1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Brandon Manning1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Josh Manson1With Anaheim Ducks.
Mitchell Marner1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Patrick Maroon1With Edmonton Oilers.
Auston Matthews1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Connor McDavid1With Edmonton Oilers.
Brock McGinn1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Evgeny Medvedev1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Sean Monahan1With Calgary Flames.
Vladislav Namestnikov1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
James Neal1With Nashville Predators.
Joakim Nordstrom1With Carolina Hurricanes.
William Nylander1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jean-Gabriel Pageau1With Ottawa Senators.
Kyle Palmieri1With New Jersey Devils.
Richard Panik1With Chicago Blackhawks.
David Pastrnak1With Boston Bruins.
Adam Pelech1With New York Islanders.
Mathieu Perreault1With Winnipeg Jets.
Jason Pominville1With Minnesota Wild.
Ivan Provorov1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Ryan Pulock1With New York Islanders.
Tom Pyatt1With Ottawa Senators.
Michael Raffl1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Matt Read1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Sam Reinhart1With Buffalo Sabres.
Brad Richards1With Detroit Red Wings.
Brad Richardson1With Arizona Coyotes.
Evan Rodrigues1With Buffalo Sabres.
Derek Ryan1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Brandon Saad1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
David Savard1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Mark Scheifele1With Winnipeg Jets.
Nate Schmidt1With Washington Capitals.
Justin Schultz1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Daniel Sedin1With Vancouver Canucks.
Patrick Sharp1With Dallas Stars.
Kevin Shattenkirk1With St. Louis Blues.
Conor Sheary1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Wayne Simmonds1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Reilly Smith1With Florida Panthers.
Nikita Soshnikov1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jason Spezza1With Dallas Stars.
Viktor Stalberg1With New York Rangers.
Steven Stamkos1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Lee Stempniak1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Brian Strait1With New York Islanders.
Oskar Sundqvist1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Teuvo Teravainen1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Chris Terry1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Vincent Trocheck1With Florida Panthers.
R.J. Umberger1With Philadelphia Flyers.
James vanRiemsdyk1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Radim Vrbata1With Arizona Coyotes.
Joel Ward1With San Jose Sharks.
Austin Watson1With Nashville Predators.
Miles Wood1With New Jersey Devils.
Keith Yandle1With Florida Panthers.
Travis Zajac1With New Jersey Devils.
Henrik Zetterberg1With Detroit Red Wings.

Brothers scoring on brothers

There are four cases in the NHL where a brother scored against a brother who was playing in goal for the opposing team: Paul and Tiny Thompson, Brian and Gary Smith, Phil and Tony Esposito, and Mathieu and Martin Biron.

Paul and Tiny Thompson

Paul Thompson was the first player to score on his brother, Cecil "Tiny" Thompson. Paul played for the New York Rangers from 1926/26 to 1930/31, and the Chicago Blackhawks from 1931/32 to 1938/39. Tiny played for the Boston Bruins from 1928/29 to 1938/39, then the Detroit Red Wings from 1938/39 to 1939/40.

Paul scored on Tiny 13 times:

  • March 18, 1930 - New York Rangers 2 @ Boston Bruins 9
  • March 20, 1932 - Boston Bruins 0 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1
  • November 22, 1932 - Chicago Blackhawks 1 @ Boston Bruins 5
  • January 31, 1933 - Chicago Blackhawks 5 @ Boston Bruins 1
  • December 23, 1933 - Chicago Blackhawks 3 @ Boston Bruins 1
  • January 5, 1935 - Chicago Blackhawks 6 @ Boston Bruins 0 (2 goals)
  • February 13, 1937 - Boston Bruins 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1
  • March 2, 1937 - Chicago Blackhawks 4 @ Boston Bruins 2
  • December 21, 1937 - Chicago Blackhawks 1 @ Boston Bruins 2
  • January 23, 1938 - Boston Bruins 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3
  • February 6, 1938 - Boston Bruins 7 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2
  • March 3, 1938 - Boston Bruins 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3
Eight of these goals were scored at Boston Garden. The other five were scored at Chicago Stadium.

Brian and Gary Smith

Brian Smith played two seasons in the NHL, with the Los Angeles Kings in 1967/68 and the Minnesota North Stars in 1968-69. His brother Gary had a longer career, playing from 1965/66 to 1979/80 with Toronto, Oakland, Chicago, Vancouver, Minnesota, Washington, and Winnipeg. Brian scored two goals against Gary in one game in 1967.
  • December 19, 1967 - Oakland Seals 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 3 (2 goals)
This game was actually played at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. The Great Western Forum, which would be the Kings' home arena until 1999, did not open until December 30, 1967.

Phil and Tony Esposito

Phil Esposito scored on his brother Tony 25 times in 18 games, by far the most of any of the four players who scored on their brother. Phil scored 2 or more goals against Tony 6 different times, including the first two times he faced him (the first of which was Tony's first ever NHL game); in one of those games, he scored 3 goals. Phil played for the Chicago Blackhawks (1963/64-1966/67), Boston Bruins (1967/68-1975/76) and New York Rangers (1975/76-1980/81), and Tony played for the Montreal Canadiens (1968/69) and Chicago Blackhawks (1969/70-1983/84).
  • December 5, 1968 - Montreal Canadiens 2 @ Boston Bruins 2 (2 goals)
  • December 22, 1968 - Montreal Canadiens 5 @ Boston Bruins 7 (2 goals)
  • February 4, 1970 - Boston Bruins 4 @ Chicago Blackhawks 8
  • February 28, 1970 - Chicago Blackhawks 0 @ Boston Bruins 3
  • December 2, 1970 - Boston Bruins 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 4 (3 goals)
  • January 23, 1971 - Chicago Blackhawks 2 @ Boston Bruins 6
  • January 15, 1972 - Chicago Blackhawks 2 @ Boston Bruins 4 (2 goals)
  • February 20, 1972 - Boston Bruins 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1 (2 goals)
  • January 27, 1973 - Chicago Blackhawks 4 @ Boston Bruins 2
  • November 28, 1973 - Boston Bruins 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3
  • January 10, 1974 - Chicago Blackhawks 2 @ Boston Bruins 2
  • March 27, 1976 - New York Rangers 6 @ Chicago Blackhawks 5
  • November 17, 1976 - Chicago Blackhawks 2 @ New York Rangers 3 (2 goals)
  • December 14, 1977 - New York Rangers 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2
  • November 15, 1978 - Chicago Blackhawks 1 @ New York Rangers 8
  • March 21, 1979 - New York Rangers 7 @ Chicago Blackhawks 6
  • December 12, 1979 - New York Rangers 5 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2
  • November 5, 1980 - New York Rangers 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3
Of the 25 goals, 12 were scored at Chicago Stadium, 10 were scored at Boston Garden, and only 3 were scored at Madison Square Garden.

Mathieu Biron and Martin Biron

The latest brother to score on a brother is Mathieu Biron of the Florida Panthers, who scored against Martin Biron of the Buffalo Sabres in 2003.
  • November 24, 2003 - Buffalo Sabres 1 @ Florida Panthers 2
This game was played at Office Depot Center.

Springfield Civic Center

Springfield Civic Center

Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
Dates: October 19, 1979-February 3, 1980
Total games: 22
Total goals: 169 by 72 players

Hartford Whalers (97 goals), Washington Capitals (10), Buffalo Sabres (7), Chicago Blackhawks (7), Montreal Canadiens (7), New York Rangers (7), Pittsburgh Penguins (6), New York Islanders (5), Philadelphia Flyers (4), Quebec Nordiques (4), Atlanta Flames (3), Los Angeles Kings (3), Toronto Maple Leafs (3), Boston Bruins (2), Detroit Red Wings (2), Winnipeg Jets (2).

Springfield Civic Center was the home of the Hartford Whalers while Hartford Civic Center was being renovated in 1979/80.

Player Goals Notes
Blaine Stoughton18All with Hartford Whalers.
Jordy Douglas15All with Hartford Whalers.
Mike Rogers15All with Hartford Whalers.
Mark Howe11All with Hartford Whalers.
Greg Carroll5All with Hartford Whalers.
Dave Debol5All with Hartford Whalers.
Nick Fotiu4All with Hartford Whalers.
Gordie Howe4All with Hartford Whalers.
Steve Shutt4All with Montreal Canadiens.
Danny Gare3All with Buffalo Sabres.
Gordie Roberts3All with Hartford Whalers.
Tom Rowe3All with Hartford Whalers.
Al Sims3All with Hartford Whalers.
Bill Bennett2All with Hartford Whalers.
Mike Bossy2All with New York Islanders.
Guy Charron2All with Washington Capitals.
Mike Gartner2All with Washington Capitals.
Alan Hangsleben2All with Hartford Whalers.
Bernie Johnston2All with Hartford Whalers.
Pierre Larouche2All with Montreal Canadiens.
Rich Leduc2All with Quebec Nordiques.
Antero Lehtonen2All with Washington Capitals.
Gary McAdam2All with Pittsburgh Penguins.
Kent Nilsson2All with Atlanta Flames.
Mike O'Connell2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Ron Plumb2All with Hartford Whalers.
Rich Preston2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Brian Propp2All with Philadelphia Flyers.
Charlie Simmer2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Darryl Sittler2All with Toronto Maple Leafs.
Ray Allison1With Hartford Whalers.
Barry Beck1With New York Rangers.
Ivan Boldirev1With Atlanta Flames.
Mel Bridgman1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Ross Cory1With Winnipeg Jets.
Rick Dudley1With Buffalo Sabres.
Butch Goring1With Los Angeles Kings.
Michel Goulet1With Quebec Nordiques.
Ron Greschner1With New York Rangers.
Anders Hedberg1With New York Rangers.
Brian Hill1With Hartford Whalers (his only NHL goal).
Paul Holmgren1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Wes Jarvis1With Washington Capitals.
Ed Johnstone1With New York Rangers.
Dave Keon1With Hartford Whalers.
Orest Kindrachuk1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Dan Labraaten1With Detroit Red Wings.
Gord Lane1With New York Islanders.
Peter Lee1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Ross Lonsberry1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Tom Lysiak1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Dan Maloney1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Don Maloney1With New York Rangers.
John Markell1With Winnipeg Jets.
Tony McKegney1With Buffalo Sabres.
Pierre Mondou1With Montreal Canadiens.
Murray Murdoch1With New York Rangers.
Bob Murray1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Vaclav Nedomansky1With Detroit Red Wings.
Brad Park1With Boston Bruins.
Gilbert Perreault1With Buffalo Sabres.
Robert Picard1With Washington Capitals.
Jean Ratelle1With Boston Bruins.
Terry Ruskowski1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Rod Schutt1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Rick Smith1With Buffalo Sabres.
Leif Svensson1With Washington Capitals.
Dean Talafous1With New York Rangers.
Marc Tardif1With Quebec Nordiques.
Jon Tonelli1With New York Islanders.
Bryan Trottier1With New York Islanders.
Ryan Walter1With Washington Capitals.

Unusual game sites

This is a list of regular season NHL games (i.e. not including pre-season exhibition games, or playoff games) that were played in an arena that was not the home team's usual rink. Sometimes the games were simply played in the away team's home arena, but most of the time the games are part of an NHL event taking place at neither team's home ice.

As far as I'm aware, I've found all the games that were not played at the home team's usual home arena. If I've missed any, please let me know at or on Twitter @NHLArenaGoals.


Quebec had an NHL team, but did not play the first two seasons. Several players who played for Quebec's NHA team (notably Joe Malone and Joe Hall) played for Montreal in 1917/18. This game at the Aréna de Québec allowed Quebec fans to see their favourite players while their team was inactive. Quebec eventually played one season, 1919/20, before moving to Hamilton.
  • December 27, 1919 - Ottawa Senators 2 @ Montreal Canadiens 0 (Ottawa Arena)
Montreal moved to Mount Royal Arena for the 1919/20 season, but the arena was not ready until January 1920. Their first home game of the season was played in Ottawa.


  • November 29, 1924 - Toronto St. Patricks 1 @ Montreal Canadiens 7 (Montreal Forum)
The Montreal Maroons joined the league for the 1924/25 season and played in the new Montreal Forum. However, the honour of playing the first game at the Forum went to Montreal's original team, the Canadiens, who at this time played at Mount Royal Arena. They joined the Maroons at the Forum for the 1926/27 season.
All the records I can find online, unless they are mistaken, list these two games are as home games for what was actually the road team - New York was the home team at Detroit's arena and vice versa. 1926/27 was Detroit's first season and they played their regular home games at Border Cities Arena in Windsor, Ontario, before Olympia Stadium in Detroit was completed in 1927.
The Ottawa Senators, Chicago Blackhawks, and Pittsburgh Pirates played numerous home games outside of their usual home arenas in the late 1920s and 1930s.

The Senators were the NHL's oldest team. They were formed in the 19th century, long before the NHL or even the NHA existed. However, Ottawa was in financial trouble in the 20s and 30s during the Great Depression. Fans in Ottawa were especially not interested in watching the Senators play against American teams, so occasionally home games were played away from the Ottawa Auditorium. This way, they could collect gate revenues that were much higher than what they would have received in their actual home arena.

Likewise, the Pittsburgh Pirates had financial troubles during this period and played some games away from their home, Duquesne Gardens. Ottawa and Pittsburgh also played several games at sites that had no NHL team - Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and Peace Bridge Arena in Fort Erie, Ontario. The Pirates moved to Philadelphia in 1930 and played one season as the Quakers. Both the Quakers and Senators sat out the 1931/32 season; Ottawa returned to the league before eventually moving to St. Louis in 1934, but disbanded after one season as the Eagles. The Quakers did not return at all.

Chicago played in different arenas as well, because of problems with the availability of their home rinks, Chicago Coliseum and Chicago Stadium. They were unable to use the Coliseum at the end of the 1928/29 season, so they played home games at Peace Bridge Arena, Border Cities Arena, and Olympia Stadium. The new Chicago Stadium was not ready for the beginning of the 1929/30 season, so they played their first games in the old Coliseum. Their first three home games of the 1932/33 season were also played at the Coliseum.

Again, if online records are not mistaken, these two games were home games for the road team. (Online records also switch the days around, so I'm not sure how accurate they are.)


  • December 6, 1952 - Detroit Red Wings 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 0 (Indiana State Fairgrounds)
  • December 18, 1953 - Detroit Red Wings 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1 (Indiana State Fairgrounds)
  • January 21, 1954 - Boston Bruins 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2 (Indiana State Fairgrounds)
  • February 19, 1954 - New York Rangers 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 0 (Indiana State Fairgrounds)
  • February 25, 1954 - Detroit Red Wings 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2 (Ak-sar-ben Coliseum)
  • November 23, 1954 - Montreal Canadiens 4 @ Chicago Blackhawks 4 (St. Louis Arena)
  • November 30, 1954 - Montreal Canadiens 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (Ak-sar-ben Coliseum)
  • December 15, 1954 - Toronto Maple Leafs 8 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (St. Louis Arena)
  • January 2, 1955 - Toronto Maple Leafs 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (St. Louis Arena)
  • January 9, 1955 - Detroit Red Wings 6 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2 (St. Louis Arena)
  • January 29, 1955 - Detroit Red Wings 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2 (St. Louis Arena)
  • February 23, 1955 - Boston Bruins 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (St. Paul Auditorium)
  • March 16, 1955 - New York Rangers 1 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1 (St. Louis Arena)
  • October 25, 1955 - Boston Bruins 0 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2 (St. Louis Arena)
  • December 9, 1955 - Boston Bruins 1 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1 (St. Louis Arena)
  • December 20, 1955 - Montreal Canadiens 7 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1 (St. Louis Arena)
  • January 14, 1956 - Detroit Red Wings 3 @ Chicago Blackhawks 1 (St. Louis Arena)
  • January 17, 1956 - New York Rangers 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 2 (Ak-sar-ben Coliseum)
  • March 8, 1956 - New York Rangers 6 @ Chicago Blackhawks 4 (St. Louis Arena)
From 1952 to 1956 the Chicago Blackhawks played numerous home games outside of Chicago in other cities in the Midwest. For the most part the games were played in St. Louis; St. Louis Arena had earlier been the home of the St. Louis Eagles in 1934/35, and would later be the home of the St. Louis Blues from 1967 to 1994. Chicago also played at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Ak-sar-ben Coliseum in Omaha, and the Auditorium in St. Paul. The February 25, 1954 game was originally scheduled for Minneapolis but was moved to Omaha.


  • October 14, 1967 Philadelphia Flyers 2 @ Los Angeles Kings 4 (Long Beach Arena)
  • October 15, 1967 Minnesota North Stars 3 @ Los Angeles Kings 5 (Long Beach Arena)
  • October 31, 1967 New York Rangers 6 @ Los Angeles Kings 1 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 2, 1967 Chicago Blackhawks 3 @ Los Angeles Kings 1 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 7, 1967 Oakland Seals 4 @ Los Angeles Kings 5 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 9, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 4 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 17, 1967 Detroit Red Wings 4 @ Los Angeles Kings 1 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 19, 1967 Montreal Canadiens 2 @ Los Angeles Kings 4 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 22, 1967 Oakland Seals 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 3 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • November 24, 1967 Pittsburgh Penguins 3 @ Los Angeles Kings 5 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • December 6, 1967 St. Louis Blues 2 @ Los Angeles Kings 3 (Long Beach Arena)
  • December 8, 1967 Philadelphia Flyers 3 @ Los Angeles Kings 0 (Long Beach Arena)
  • December 15, 1967 Minnesota North Stars 3 @ Los Angeles Kings 0 (Long Beach Arena)
  • December 16, 1967 Boston Bruins 5 @ Los Angeles Kings 2 (Long Beach Arena)
  • December 19, 1967 Oakland Seals 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 3 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • December 21, 1967 - Pittsburgh Penguins 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 4 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • December 23, 1967 - St. Louis Blues 0 @ Los Angeles Kings 4 (Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena)
  • March 3, 1968 - Oakland Seals 1 @ Philadelphia Flyers 1 (Madison Square Garden)
  • March 7, 1968 - Boston Bruins 2 @ Philadelphia Flyers 1 (Maple Leaf Gardens)
  • March 10, 1968 - Minnesota North Stars 0 @ Philadelphia Flyers 2 (Colisee de Quebec)
  • March 14, 1968 - Los Angeles Kings 0 @ Philadelphia Flyers 0 (Colisee de Quebec)
  • March 17, 1968 - Toronto Maple Leafs 4 @ Philadelphia Flyers 7 (Colisee de Quebec)
  • March 28, 1968 - St. Louis Blues 0 @ Philadelphia Flyers 2 (Colisee de Quebec)
  • March 30, 1968 - Pittsburgh Penguins 2 @ Philadelphia Flyers 0 (Colisee de Quebec)
  • November 8, 1968 - New York Rangers 3 @ Oakland Seals 2 (Cow Palace)
  • December 8, 1968 - Minnesota North Stars 4 @ Oakland Seals 1 (Cow Palace)
  • December 22, 1968 - Philadelphia Flyers 1 @ Oakland Seals 2 (Cow Palace)
  • February 21, 1969 - St. Louis Blues 2 @ Oakland Seals 3 (Cow Palace)
  • February 26, 1969 - Minnesota North Stars 5 @ Oakland Seals 6 (Cow Palace)
Two of the 1967 expansion teams played some of their games outside of their usual home arenas in their first year. The Los Angeles Kings' home arena was the Great Western Forum from 1967 to 1999, but it was not yet complete for the beginning of the 1967/68 season. Instead, they played home games at Long Beach Arena and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena.

At the end of the season, the Spectrum, home of the Philadelphia Flyers, was damaged during a snowstorm. The Flyers played the rest of the season away from home. They played at Maple Leaf Gardens, Madison Square Garden (the afternoon before a New York Rangers home game), and then finished the season at the Colisée de Québec, the future home of the Quebec Nordiques.

During the 1968-69 season, the Oakland Seals played 5 games at the Cow Palace in Daly City, where the Western Hockey League San Francisco Seals had played from 1961-1967 and the San Jose Sharks would play from 1991 to 1993. (Thanks to James Karkoski for the tip about the Seals.)


The Hartford Whalers played at Hartford Civic Center, from 1975 to 1978 in the WHA and from 1980 to 1997 in the NHL. However, the roof collapsed in Hartford in 1979, so to begin their first NHL season, they played at the Springfield Civic Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. All home games from October 19, 1979 to February 3, 1980 were played in Springfield.


  • October 13, 1992 - Calgary Flames 4 @ Minnesota North Stars 3 (Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon)
  • October 20, 1992 - Ottawa Senators 3 @ Toronto Maple Leafs 5 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • November 3, 1992 - Chicago Blackhawks 1 @ Washington Capitals 4 (Market Square Arena, Indianapolis)
  • November 17, 1992 - Toronto Maple Leafs 1 @ Quebec Nordiques 3 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • November 18, 1992 - Buffalo Sabres 2 @ New Jersey Devils 3 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • December 1, 1992 - Los Angeles Kings 6 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (Bradley Center, Milwaukee)
  • December 8, 1992 - Montreal Canadiens 5 @ Los Angeles Kings 5 (Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix)
  • December 9, 1992 - Tampa Bay Lightning 5 @ New York Rangers 6 (Miami Arena, Miami)
  • December 13, 1992 - Edmonton Oilers 1 @ New York Islanders 4 (Myriad Convention Center, Oklahoma City)
  • December 15, 1992 - New York Islanders 4 @ St. Louis Blues 3 (Reunion Arena, Dallas)
  • January 4, 1993 - San Jose Sharks 1 @ Montreal Canadiens 4 (ARCO Arena, Sacramento)
  • January 18, 1993 - Hartford Whalers 7 @ Winnipeg Jets 8 (Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon)
  • February 8, 1993 - St. Louis Blues 3 @ Hartford Whalers 1 (Carver Arena, Peoria)
  • February 8, 1993 - Boston Bruins 0 @ Pittsburgh Penguins 4 (OMNI Coliseum, Atlanta)
  • February 16, 1993 - Philadelphia Flyers 4 @ Calgary Flames 4 (Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati)
  • February 20, 1993 - Quebec Nordiques 5 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 2 (Halifax Metro Center, Halifax)
  • February 22, 1993 - New York Rangers 4 @ San Jose Sharks 0 (ARCO Arena, Sacramento)
  • February 22, 1993 - Detroit Red Wings 5 @ Philadelphia Flyers 5 (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland)
  • February 23, 1993 - Winnipeg Jets 8 @ Ottawa Senators 2 (Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon)
  • March 1, 1993 - Vancouver Canucks 5 @ Buffalo Sabres 2 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • March 11, 1993 - Minnesota North Stars 4 @ Vancouver Canucks 3 (Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon)
  • March 16, 1993 - New Jersey Devils 1 @ Boston Bruins 3 (Providence Civic Center, Providence)
  • March 16, 1993 - Washington Capitals 4 @ Detroit Red Wings 2 (Bradley Center, Milwaukee)
  • March 21, 1993 - Pittsburgh Penguins 6 @ Edmonton Oilers 4 (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland)
  • October 21, 1993 - San Jose Sharks 2 @ St. Louis Blues 5 (ARCO Arena, Sacramento)
  • October 31, 1993 - New Jersey Devils 1 @ New York Rangers 4 (Halifax Metro Center, Halifax)
  • November 3, 1993 - Pittsburgh Penguins 6 @ Buffalo Sabres 2 (ARCO Arena, Sacramento)
  • November 9, 1993 - Dallas Stars 2 @ Anaheim Ducks 4 (America West Arena, Phoenix)
  • November 18, 1993 - New York Islanders 5 @ Montreal Canadiens 1 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • December 9, 1993 - Ottawa Senators 1 @ Dallas Stars 6 (Target Center, Minneapolis)
  • December 14, 1993 - Montreal Canadiens 1 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 1 (Orlando Arena, Orlando)
  • December 23, 1993 - Calgary Flames 3 @ Vancouver Canucks 4 (Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon)
  • December 26, 1993 - Florida Panthers 3 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 1 (Orlando Arena, Orlando)
  • December 31, 1993 - Philadelphia Flyers 4 @ Boston Bruins 3 (Target Center, Minneapolis)
  • January 2, 1994 - Anaheim Ducks 4 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 1 (Orlando Arena, Orlando)
  • January 4, 1994 - Tampa Bay Lightning 1 @ Toronto Maple Leafs 0 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • January 5, 1994 - Montreal Canadiens 4 @ Quebec Nordiques 0 (America West Arena, Phoenix)
  • January 6, 1994 - St. Louis Blues 2 @ Hartford Whalers 1 (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland)
  • January 17, 1994 - Detroit Red Wings 6 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 3 (Target Center, Minneapolis)
  • January 24, 1994 - Los Angeles Kings 3 @ Calgary Flames 3 (America West Arena, Phoenix)
  • January 24, 1994 - Buffalo Sabres 0 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 4 (Orlando Arena, Orlando)
  • January 24, 1994 - Vancouver Canucks 5 @ Edmonton Oilers 4 (Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon)
  • February 2, 1994 - Washington Capitals 5 @ Philadelphia Flyers 2 (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland)
  • February 8, 1994 - Chicago Blackhawks 3 @ San Jose Sharks 4 (ARCO Arena, Sacramento)
  • February 22, 1994 - Florida Panthers 3 @ Winnipeg Jets 2 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • February 24, 1994 - Hartford Whalers 0 @ Detroit Red Wings 3 (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland)
  • March 4, 1994 - Winnipeg Jets 6 @ Ottawa Senators 1 (Target Center, Minneapolis)
  • March 8, 1994 - Anaheim Ducks 0 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (America West Arena, Phoenix)
  • March 9, 1994 - New York Rangers 7 @ Washington Capitals 5 (Halifax Metro Center, Halifax)
  • March 18, 1994 - Buffalo Sabres 2 @ New York Islanders 2 (Target Center, Minneapolis)
  • March 20, 1994 - Washington Capitals 3 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 0 (Orlando Arena, Orlando)
  • March 23, 1994 - Toronto Maple Leafs 1 @ Florida Panthers 1 (Copps Coliseum, Hamilton)
  • March 27, 1994 - Quebec Nordiques 2 @ New Jersey Devils 5 (Target Center, Minneapolis)
  • April 3, 1994 - Edmonton Oilers 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 6 (ARCO Arena, Sacramento)
  • April 3, 1994 - Boston Bruins 2 @ Pittsburgh Penguins 6 (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland)
From 1992 to 1994 the NHL played numerous "neutral site" games. This was a period of expansion and proposed expansion, so some of the neutral sites were in cities that would later have teams (Reunion Arena in Dallas, America West Arena in Phoenix). Some games were also played in arenas that had been used by defunct or relocated teams (Richfield Coliseum, former home of the Cleveland Barons, OMNI Coliseum, former home of the Atlanta Flames).
The NHL opened the 1997/98 and 1998/99 seasons with two games each in Tokyo, Japan.


The NHL returned to Japan to start the 2000/01 season with two games at Saitama, Tokyo.
The Buffalo Sabres played 2 home games at Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York, in 2003 and 2005.

Heritage Classic

  • November 22, 2003 - Montreal Canadiens 4 @ Edmonton Oilers 3 (Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton)
  • February 20, 2011 - Montreal Canadiens 0 @ Calgary Flames 4 (McMahon Stadium, Calgary)
  • March 2, 2014 - Ottawa Senators 4 @ Vancouver Canucks 2 (BC Place, Vancouver)
  • October 23, 2016 - Edmonton Oilers 3 @ Winnipeg Jets 0 (Investors Group Field, Winnipeg)
The Heritage Classic is played outdoors at a Canadian stadium.

NHL Premiere

  • September 29, 2007 - Anaheim Ducks 1 @ Los Angeles Kings 4 (O2 Arena, London)
  • September 30, 2007 - Los Angeles Kings 1 @ Anaheim Ducks 4 (O2 Arena, London)
  • October 4, 2008 - Pittburgh Penguins 4 @ Ottawa Senators 3 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 4, 2008 - New York Rangers 2 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 1 (O2 Arena, Prague)
  • October 5, 2008 - Ottawa Senators 3 @ Pittburgh Penguins 1 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 5, 2008 - Tampa Bay Lightning 1 @ New York Rangers 2 (O2 Arena, Prague)
  • October 2, 2009 - St. Louis Blues 4 @ Detroit Red Wings 3 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 2, 2009 - Florida Panthers 4 @ Chicago Blackhawks 3 (Hartwall Areena, Helsinki)
  • October 3, 2009 - Detroit Red Wings 3 @ St. Louis Blues 5 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 3, 2009 - Chicago Blackhawks 4 @ Florida Panthers 0 (Hartwall Areena, Helsinki)
  • October 7, 2010 - Carolina Hurricanes 4 @ Minnesota Wild 3 (Hartwall Areena, Helsinki)
  • October 8, 2010 - San Jose Sharks 3 @ Columbus Blue Jackets 2 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 8, 2010 - Minnesota Wild 1 @ Carolina Hurricanes 2 (Hartwall Areena, Helsinki)
  • October 9, 2010 - Columbus Blue Jackets 3 @ San Jose Sharks 2 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 9, 2010 - Phoenix Coyotes 5 @ Boston Bruins 2 (O2 Arena, Prague)
  • October 10, 2010 - Boston Bruins 3 @ Phoenix Coyotes 0 (O2 Arena, Prague)
  • October 7, 2011 - New York Rangers 2 @ Los Angeles Kings 3 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 7, 2011 - Anaheim Ducks 1 @ Buffalo Sabres 4 (Hartwall Areena, Helsinki)
  • October 8, 2011 - New York Rangers 1 @ Anaheim Ducks 2 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • October 8, 2011 - Buffalo Sabres 4 @ Los Angeles Kings 2 (O2 World Arena, Berlin)
From 2007 to 2011, the NHL began the season with several games in Europe.

Winter Classic

  • January 1, 2008 - Pittsburgh Penguins 2 @ Buffalo Sabres (Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park)
  • January 1, 2009 - Detroit Red Wings 6 @ Chicago Blackhawks 4 (Wrigley Field, Chicago)
  • January 1, 2010 - Philadelphia Flyers 1 @ Boston Bruins 2 (Fenway Park, Boston)
  • January 1, 2011 - Washington Capitals 3 @ Pittsburgh Penguins 1 (Heinz Field, Pittsburgh)
  • January 1, 2012 - New York Rangers 3 @ Philadelphia Flyers 2 (Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia)
  • January 1, 2014 - Toronto Maple Leafs 3 @ Detroit Red Wings 2 (Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor)
  • January 1, 2015 - Chicago Blackhawks 2 @ Washington Capitals 3 (Nationals Stadium, Washington)
  • January 1, 2016 - Montreal Canadiens 5 @ Boston Bruins 1 (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
  • January 2, 2017 - Chicago Blackhawks 1 @ St. Louis Blues 4 (Busch Stadium, St. Louis)
  • January 1, 2018 - New York Rangers 3 @ Buffalo Sabres 2 (Citi Field, New York)
  • January 1, 2019 - Boston Bruins @ Chicago Blackhawks (Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame)
Like the Heritage Classic, the Winter Classic is played outdoors, but in the United States.

Stadium Series

  • January 25, 2014 - Anaheim Ducks 3 @ Los Angeles Kings 0 (Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles)
  • January 26, 2014 - New York Rangers 7 @ New Jersey Devils 3 (Yankee Stadium, New York)
  • January 29, 2014 - New York Rangers 2 @ New York Islanders 1 (Yankee Stadium, New York)
  • March 1, 2014 - Pittsburgh Penguins 1 @ Chicago Blackhawks 5 (Soldier Field, Chicago)
  • February 21, 2015 - Los Angeles Kings 2 @ San Jose Sharks 1 (Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara)
  • February 21, 2016 - Chicago Blackhawks 1 @ Minnesota Wild 6 (TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis)
  • February 27, 2016 - Detroit Red Wings 5 @ Colorado Avalanche 3 (Coors Field, Denver)
  • February 25, 2017 - Philadelphia Flyers 2 @ Pittsburgh Penguins 4 (Heinz Field, Pittsburgh)
  • March 3, 2018 - Toronto Maple Leafs @ Washington Capitals (Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis)
  • February 23, 2019 - Pittsburgh Penguins @ Philadelphia Flyers (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
The Stadium Series is a series of games played outdoors in baseball/football stadiums starting in 2014.

Centennial Classic

  • January 1, 2017 - Detroit Red Wings 4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs 5 (BMO Field, Toronto)
The Centennial Classic was an outdoor event to celebrate the 100th season of the NHL and of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

NHL 100 Classic

  • December 16, 2017 - Montreal Canadiens 0 @ Ottawa Senators 3 (TD Place, Ottawa)
The NHL 100 Classic was an outdoor game to celebrate the 100th season of the NHL.

Global Series

  • November 10, 2017 - Ottawa Senators 4 @ Colorado Avalanche 3 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
  • November 11, 2017 - Colorado Avalanche 3 @ Ottawa Senators 4 (Globe Arena, Stockholm)
The NHL Global Series was held at Globe Arena in Stockholm in 2017.

Once again, if I've missed any, please let me know at or on Twitter at @NHLArenaGoals.

Los Angeles/Long Beach

Long Beach Arena and Los Angeles Memorial Sports Coliseum

The Los Angeles Kings played the first few months of the 1967/68 season in the Long Beach Arena and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Coliseum, before the Great Western Forum was completed.

Long Beach Arena

Location: Long Beach, California
Dates: October 14-15, December 6-16, 1967
Total games: 6
Total goals: 32 by 25 players

Player Goals Notes
Ted Irvine3All with Los Angeles Kings.
Ray Cullen2All with Minnesota North Stars.
Howie Hughes2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Brian Kilrea2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Gord Labossiere2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Fred Stanfield2All with Boston Bruins.
Dave Amadio1With Los Angeles Kings.
Dave Balon1With Minnesota North Stars.
Bob Charlebois1With Minnesota North Stars.
Gary Dornhoefer1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Phil Esposito1With Boston Bruins.
Murray Hall1With Minnesota North Stars.
Pat Hannigan1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Ed Hoekstra1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Fred Hucul1With St. Louis Blues.
Claude Laforge1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Real Lemieux1With Los Angeles Kings.
Lowell MacDonald1With Los Angeles Kings.
Don McKenney1With St. Louis Blues.
Mike McMahon1With Minnesota North Stars.
Eddie Shack1With Boston Bruins.
Brian Smith1With Los Angeles Kings.
Bill Sutherland1With Philadelphia Flyers.
Bob Wall1With Los Angeles Kings.
Tommy Williams1With Boston Bruins.

Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena

Location: Los Angeles, California
Dates: October 31, November 2-24, December 19-23, 1967
Total games: 11
Total goals: 63 by 36 players

Player Goals Notes
Brian Smith7All with Los Angeles Kings.
Bryan Campbell5All with Los Angeles Kings.
Eddie Joyal5All with Los Angeles Kings.
Lowell MacDonald4All with Los Angeles Kings.
Bill Flett3All with Los Angeles Kings.
Terry Gray3All with Los Angeles Kings.
Alain Caron2All with Oakland Seals.
Gord Labossiere2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Art Stratton2All with Pittsburgh Penguins.
Bob Wall2All with Los Angeles Kings.
Red Berenson1With New York Rangers.
Alex Delvecchio1With Detroit Red Wings.
Bob Dillabough1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Reg Fleming1With New York Rangers.
Rod Gilbert1With New York Rangers.
Vic Hadfield1With New York Rangers.
Billy Harris1With Oakland Seals.
Ted Harris1With Montreal Canadiens.
Bill Hicke1With Oakland Seals.
Gordie Howe1With Detroit Red Wings.
Bobby Hull1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Earl Ingarfield1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Ted Irvine1With Los Angeles Kings.
Doug Jarrett1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Mike Laughton1With Oakland Seals.
Real Lemieux1With Los Angeles Kings.
Bob Nevin1With New York Rangers.
Dean Prentice1With Detroit Red Wings.
Bob Pulford1With Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jean Ratelle1With New York Rangers.
Dale Rolfe1With Los Angeles Kings.
George Swarbrick1With Oakland Seals.
Gilles Tremblay1With Montreal Canadiens.
Norm Ullman1With Detroit Red Wings.
Ken Wharram1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Bill White1With Los Angeles Kings.