The highly anticipated 2024 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series™ is taking place at none other than the iconic MetLife Stadium! Exciting for all hockey fans, it promises to be an unforgettable experience as the New Jersey Devils are set to take on the Philadelphia Flyers in a thrilling outdoor game on February 17, 2024. This event has been eagerly awaited, and we’re thrilled to announce that the tickets for the 2024 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series are set to go live on sale to the general public on November 1, 2023 at 10 AM ET. Mark your calendars because you don’t want to miss out on the chance to witness this incredible event! It’s going to be an exhilarating competition with a unique atmosphere, and it’s not something that comes around every day. So, grab your tickets and prepare for an experience that’s going to be hard to forget!
The only other Stadium Game for the Devils was between the Devils and the Rangers took place on a chilly January 26, 2014, at none other than the esteemed Yankee Stadium. It was a part of the exhilarating NHL Stadium Series, an event that aimed to bring the game to an even wider audience. The game was filled with excitement and fervor as 50,105 hockey enthusiasts packed the stadium, ready to cheer on their favorite team. While the Devils ultimately lost the game with a score of 7-3, the atmosphere was electric as the players faced off on the hallowed ground of Yankee Stadium. The experience was truly one-of-a-kind and memorable for all those who attended or followed the game from afar.
The Flyers played a few Stadium games. On February 21st, 2021, the NHL presented a truly unique and thrilling event, the “NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe”. This event took place at the beautiful Edgewood Tahoe Resort, located in Stateline, Nevada. The two teams that had the honor of playing in this picturesque location were the Philadelphia Flyers and the Boston Bruins. And what a game it was! After some intense back and forth action on the ice, the Boston Bruins emerged victorious with a score of 7 to 3. The beautiful and serene scenery, coupled with the excitement of the game, made for a one-of-a-kind experience. The NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe was a true spectacle, a momentous occasion that will be remembered by all who witnessed it on Television. There were no fans at the game because of Lock Down. It was an event that captured the magic and beauty of nature and brought the thrill of the game to new heights.
The highly anticipated Stadium Series game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers took place on February 23, 2019 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. Both teams entered the game with great determination and a fierce desire to win, knowing that this was a crucial match-up in the midst of the NHL season. The game was full of excitement and suspense, with the score remaining tied at 3-3 until the end of regulation time. As the game progressed into overtime, tensions continued to rise as both teams battled for the win. In the end, it was the Philadelphia Flyers who emerged victorious, scoring the game-winning goal and securing a hard-fought 4-3 win. The energy and intensity of the Stadium Series game left fans on the edge of their seats and provided unforgettable memories for all 69,620 who were in attendance.
On the memorable date of February 25th, 2017, history was made as the Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the highly anticipated Stadium Series. Played in the iconic Heinz Field stadium located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 67,318 fervent fans were in attendance to witness this thrilling event. After an intense game of back-and-forth action, the final score was announced: Philadelphia Flyers 2, Pittsburgh Penguins 4. It was a victory that the Penguins will always remember, achieved in the midst of an electric atmosphere and before a record-breaking crowd. This game will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the most historic and significant in the sport of hockey – a momentous occasion that hockey fans across the globe will cherish forever.
The highly anticipated Winter Classic game that took place on January 2, 2012 was a thrilling event between two of the most famous teams in the NHL: the New York Rangers and the Philadelphia Flyers. The game took place at the iconic Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA, where thousands of passionate fans gathered to watch the match in person. It was an exciting and memorable game for both teams, with the Rangers ultimately emerging victorious with a 3-2 win over the Flyers. Despite the chilly winter weather, the atmosphere was electric and the players delivered an outstanding performance that kept fans on the edge of their seats until the very end. This game was truly a remarkable event in the history of the NHL, and it will undoubtedly be remembered by the 46,967 fans at the game for years to come.
The year was 2010, and on a chilly January 1st, hockey fans from around the world gathered at the iconic Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, to witness one of the most epic clashes on ice. It was the Winter Classic, a highly anticipated annual outdoor hockey game, that pitted two great teams against each other – the Philadelphia Flyers and the Boston Bruins. As the players stepped onto the rink in front of thousands of fans, the excitement in the air was palpable. A fierce battle ensued, with both teams caging their opponents, making the scoreline a close one. It was not until overtime that Boston Bruins managed to clinch the victory, with the final score standing at 2-1 in their favor. It was an unforgettable moment in hockey history, and one that will be remembered by hockey fans around the world for years to come and the 38,112 at the game.
The New Jersey Devils’ general manager Tom Fitzgerald had some exciting news to share with the team’s loyal and dedicated fans: the team is thrilled to have the opportunity to play in an upcoming NHL outdoor game at MetLife Stadium. Speaking on behalf of the team, Fitzgerald expressed enthusiasm and appreciation for the chance to host fans in this outdoor setting. He recognized the significance of such an event not only for players and their families, but also for staff, partners, and the community as a whole. The team’s captain, Nico Hischier, echoed the excitement, calling it a once in a lifetime opportunity. Hischier expressed the team’s eagerness to play in an outdoor game in New Jersey for the first time, emphasizing that it would indeed be an event to remember. For the Devils, this outdoor game is sure to be a thrilling and memorable experience for all involved.
Gary Bettman, the Commissioner of the National Hockey League, recently made an exciting announcement that has the hockey community buzzing with excitement. In light of the NHL’s consistently growing attendance rates, Bettman has confidently expressed that this season is on track to break all previous records. It is no secret that the fan support for hockey has been consistently on the rise in recent years, and this announcement only confirms that the league’s popularity is continuing to grow at an incredible rate. Fans of the sport can look forward to an incredibly exciting season filled with competitive games and an electric atmosphere, as supporters from all over come together to celebrate their love for the game. The record-breaking attendance rates serve as a testament to the hard work and dedication of all those involved in making the NHL the thrilling, world-renowned league that it is today.
The upcoming National Hockey League games have already created a buzz among fans and players as the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers prepare to showcase their incredible skills on February 17th, while the New York Rangers and Islanders are set to take center stage the following day, February 18th. These two highly anticipated games will mark the NHL’s 40th and 41st regular-season outdoor games.
With the beautiful outdoor setting and the competitive spirit of these four teams, this is guaranteed to be a weekend filled with excitement and entertainment. Fans from across the country are eagerly waiting to watch their favorite teams play live in these outdoor games, which signify a return to the league’s traditional roots. Be sure to mark your calendars and tune in to witness some of the most iconic moments and unforgettable performances in NHL history.
During a recent interview, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman expressed his excitement about the current season’s attendance numbers. According to Bettman, it is on track to set an all-time record. But that’s not all, as he also noted that this prediction doesn’t even include the massive crowds anticipated for the upcoming games at the home of the NFL’s Jets and Giants. While the upcoming weekend may not top the 100,000-plus spectators at the Winter Classic of 2014, it is still expected to be one for the record books – and could potentially be the most heavily attended weekend in the entire history of the NHL. Fans can expect an electric atmosphere and an unparalleled experience as they cheer on their favorite teams to victory. With such high attendance and unprecedented excitement, the NHL is clearly on an undeniable upswing.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy expressed his excitement for the upcoming NHL event, citing that it comes at a perfect time for the stadium. Recently, the stadium hosted three consecutive nights of Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” and has been in the NFL spotlight for the debut of quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Swift’s performance when Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs visited. Governor Murphy enthusiastically stated that the upcoming outdoor games will add to the long list of successful events hosted at the stadium, including last weekend’s Jets-Giants game and other highly-anticipated concerts. He hopes that the outdoor games will further solidify the state and stadium’s reputation for hosting fantastic events. This is especially crucial, since the stadium has already been chosen as a venue for the 2026 Men’s World Cup. Governor Murphy even sees the upcoming February weekend as an indirect audition for officials who will make the decision on where to hold the soccer tournament’s championship game.