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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 separate from the NHL Winter Classic and NHL Heritage Classic outdoor games. The first Stadium Series was held in 2014 and consisted of seven teams (New York Rangers played twice) participating in four games held in three venues.

NHL Stadium Series Matchups

2014  
January 25, 2014 - Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA - Anaheim Ducks vs. Los Angeles Kings      
January 26, 2014 - Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY - New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils
January 29, 2014 – Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY - New York Rangers           vs. New York Islanders
March 1, 2014- Soldier Field, Chicago, IL - Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Chicago Blackhawks

2015  
February 21, 2015 - Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA - Los Angeles Kings vs. San Jose Sharks

2016
February 21, 2016 - TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN - Chicago Blackhawks vs. Minnesota Wild
February 27, 2016 - Coors Field, Denver, CO - Detroit Red Wings vs. Colorado Avalanche

2017  
February 25, 2017 - Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA - Philadelphia Flyers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

The 2017 NHL Stadium Series games will be held at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA on February 25th between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers.

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Draisaitl scores in OT, Oilers snap Ducks' 3-game win streak
       
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) Leon Draisaitl scored 3:16 into overtime and the Edmonton Oilers came away with a 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday night. Drake Caggiula and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also scored for the Oilers, who have won two in a row. Jordan Eberle assisted on all three goals. Ryan Kesler and Rickard Rakell scored for the Ducks, who had a three-game winning streak come to an end. Anaheim's John Gibson turned away 29 shots, and Cam Talbot stopped 31 for the Oilers.
       
WATCH: Post Game: Alexander Wennberg (12/3/16)
       
Alex Wennberg on his late game-tying goal in Arizona!
       
Lehtonen leads Stars past Avalanche
       
DENVER (AP) -- Kari Lehtonen had 23 saves for his first shutout of the season, and the Dallas Stars beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-0 on Saturday night.Patrick Eaves and Tyler Seguin each had a goal and an assist, and Curtis McKenzie also scored.Semyon Varlamov made 30 saves for the Avalanche, who were shut out for the fifth time this season.Colorado played most of the game with five defensemen after Erik Johnson got hurt blocking a shot in the second period.Lehtonen was sharp in his 35th career shutout, but he didn't face a lot of prime scoring chances. The Stars also were unable to generate many offensive opportunities, but they capitalized on a couple of openings.McKenzie scored at 5:08 of the first period and Seguin added a power-play goal at 6:02 of the second. Jason Spezza nearly made it 3-0 late in the third but his shot on an odd-man rush clipped the post.The Avalanche pulled Varlamov for an extra attacker, but Eaves picked up an empty-netter for his 10th goal of the season.Colorado went 0-4-1 on its ho
       
Blues' winning streak snapped with 3-2 overtime loss to Jets
       
ST. LOUIS -- Patrik Laine set up Bryan Little for an overtime goal and also got his 16th score of the season, helping the Winnipeg Jets beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Saturday night.Laine pushed a backhanded pass across the slot to Little 17 seconds into OT, helping Winnipeg end a six-game road losing streak. Laine tied Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby for the NHL goals lead with a score assisted by Little midway through the second period.Michael Hutchinson stopped 20 of 22 shots to get his first win since Oct. 28, snapping a string of four straight losses. Chris Thorburn also scored for Winnipeg.Alexander Steen and Dmitrij Jaskin scored for St. Louis. The Blues fell to 11-1-3 at home, ending their six-game home winning streak. The Blues have a point in their last 12 home games.Carter Hutton stopped 20 of 23 shots and has lost his last four games.Little won it with his second goal of the season, blowing past Alexander Steen before one-touching Laine's pass to complete a 2-on-1 rush.Thorburn opened the scoring with
       
Third-period collapse for Red Wings in Pittsburgh
       
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Phil Kessel scored twice, including one of Pittsburgh's four goals in the third, and the Penguins rallied to beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-3 on Saturday night. Nick Bonino, Justin Schultz and Matt Cullen also scored in the third, helping Pittsburgh win back-to-back games for the first time in a month. Marc-Andre Fleury had 28 saves in his second straight start. Detroit had recorded at least a point in five straight games. Henrik Zetterberg scored his 314th career goal, matching Pavel Datsyuk for seventh in team history, and Dylan Larkin and Frans Nielsen got the other goals for the Red Wings. Detroit goaltender Jared Coreau stopped 32 shots in his NHL debut. Coreau was poised early, making a sprawling save on Sidney Crosby in the first five minutes and later denying Evgeni Malkin on a breakaway, but he struggled in the third period. Bonino's goal was his second in as many games, and Schultz has two goals and four points in his last three. Malkin had two assists, extending his point streak to
       
Kessel helps Penguins rally past Red Wings 5-3
       
PITTSBURGH (AP) Phil Kessel scored twice, including one of Pittsburgh's four goals in the third, and the Penguins rallied to beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-3 on Saturday night. Nick Bonino, Justin Schultz and Matt Cullen also scored in the third, helping Pittsburgh win back-to-back games for the first time in a month. Marc-Andre Fleury had 28 saves in his second straight start. Detroit had recorded at least a point in five straight games. Henrik Zetterberg scored his 314th career goal, matching Pavel Datsyuk for seventh in team history.
       
WATCH: Don Cherry sounds off on Florida Panthers firing Gerard Gallant
       
Don Cherry has never been afraid to share his opinions and he didn’t hold back while discussing the Florida Panthers firing Gerard Gallant. The firing took the NHL by surprise and completed what many believe was the Panthers’ move to a more analytical system despite the fact Gallant was a Jack Adams finalist last season. How did Cherry feel about the decision? He wasn’t a fan, calling it the “worst firing in the history of the world.” Let’s also take a moment to respect Cherry’s suit game. Now that’s holiday spirit. Cherry points out that the way in which Gallant was fired was disrespectful following a 103-point season. Cherry also expresses his frustrations that Gallant was seemingly let go by a group which doesn’t know much about hockey. That claim probably won’t sit well with Florida’s front office. Normally Cherry only makes headlines when he makes an outlandish comment. While his statement here is exaggerated (as most of his statements are), his overall sentiment is one...
       
NHLPA rejects NHL’s proposed Olympics / CBA extension offer
       
Two hot topics in the NHL are player participation in the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics and the future of the next collective bargaining agreement between the league and the NHLPA. In an effort to address both issues at once, the NHL proposed that the league’s players would be allowed to compete in the Olympics if they agreed to extend the CBA in its current form. That motion has been formally rejected by the NHLPA. Via TSN: NHLPA executive director Don Fehr said that the players, primarily the executive board, showed no interest in the idea. “So hopefully we’ll still be able to conclude an agreement to go to the Olympics,” Fehr told The Canadian Press in an exclusive interview. “We still think it’s important and we’ll go from there.” The NHL’s offer specifically stated that the players would be allowed to compete in the 2018 Olympics, but it would come at a cost of extending the current CBA through 2025 and removing an opt-out clause which is currently in place if either si...
       
Wild fall in shootout against Flames
       
CALGARY, Alberta -- Sean Monahan scored the shootout winner in the Calgary Flames' 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Friday night.Monahan waited out Devan Dubnyk before snapping a shot over the goalie's right pad. Calgary's Chad Johnson then stopped Charlie Coyle's attempt at the other end to seal the victory.Kris Versteeg scored in regulation and the shootout, and Mikael Backlund also scored in regulation for the Flames. They have won two straight and are 4-1-1 in their last six to improve to 12-13-2.Johnson made 26 saves for his second straight victory and fifth in his last six starts.Chris Stewart and Mikko Koivu scored for Minnesota, and Dubnyk made 30 saves The Wild are 0-1-2 in their last three to drop to 11-8-4.Stewart opened the scoring at 3:50 of the first period when he redirected defenceman Jared Spurgeon's shot past Johnson. The Flames tied it at 12:26 when Versteeg backhanded a rebound past Dubnyk.Just 1:07 later during a man advantage, Backlund tapped a loose puck in the crease into the net

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