MetLife Stadium to host NHL Stadium Series
The National Hockey League (NHL) recently announced the 2024 NHL Stadium Series will take place Feb. 17-18 at MetLife Stadium.
The event will feature four teams – the Philadelphia Flyers, New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers and New York Islanders – in two NHL regular-season outdoor games. On Saturday, Feb. 17, the Devils will play host to the Flyers, and on Sunday, Feb. 18 the Rangers will face off against the Islanders. The event will mark the first time four NHL teams have played outdoor games at the same venue in front of fans.
The event will showcase some of the League's top talents, including 2023 NHL All-Stars Jack Hughes (New Jersey); Kevin Hayes (Philadelphia); Adam Fox, Artemi Panarin and Igor Shesterkin (NY Rangers); Brock Nelson, Bo Horvat and Ilya Sorokin(NY Islanders).
All four teams are longtime, continuous division rivals, including periods in the Patrick Division (1982-1993), Atlantic Division (1993-2013) and Metropolitan Division (2013-Present).
Additionally, all four teams have played in regular-season outdoor games. The Flyers have played in five regular-season outdoor games (1-3-1), the Rangers have played in four (4-0-0), and both the Devils (0-1-0) and Islanders (0-1-0) have played in one such game.
This is the first time that New Jersey is hosting this prestigious event and the first NHL Stadium Series to feature games on consecutive days. MetLife Stadium, located in East Rutherford, N.J., hosts the world's biggest events on the world's biggest stage. Event highlights include the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl XLVIII, WrestleMania 29 and 35, the Copa America Centenario Final, and 2021 Army-Navy Game. MetLife Stadium will serve as an official match venue and New York/New Jersey an official Host City for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
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