2014 NHL Stadium Series

2014 NHL Stadium Series

The 2014 NHL Stadium Series (branded the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series) was a series of four outdoor regular season National Hockey League (NHL) games played during the 2013–14 season. This series is distinct from the NHL Winter Classic and NHL Heritage Classic outdoor games. The Stadium Series games consisted of: the Los Angeles Kings versus the Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium on January 25, 2014;[1] the New Jersey Devils versus the New York Rangers at Yankee Stadium on January 26;[2] the New York Islanders versus the Rangers at Yankee Stadium on January 29;[2] and the Pittsburgh Penguins versus the Chicago Blackhawks at Soldier Field on March 1, 2014.[3]

The Stadium Series was staged in between the season's two other outdoor games: the Detroit Red Wings hosting the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2014 NHL Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on January 1, 2014; and the Vancouver Canucks hosting the Ottawa Senators in the 2014 Heritage Classic at BC Place on March 2. After the conclusion of their two Stadium Series games, the Rangers had played four outdoor games, the most of any NHL team, having previously participated in the 2012 NHL Winter Classic and the 1991 exhibition game in Las Vegas.

Contents

  • Dodger Stadium (January 25) 1
    • Team rosters 1.1
  • Yankee Stadium games 2
    • January 26 2.1
      • Team rosters 2.1.1
    • January 29 2.2
      • Team rosters 2.2.1
  • Soldier Field (March 1) 3
    • Team rosters 3.1
  • Uniforms 4
  • Reality television series 5
  • Television ratings 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8

Dodger Stadium (January 25)

NHL Stadium Series: Los Angeles
1 2 3 Total
Anaheim Ducks 2 0 1 3
Los Angeles Kings 0 0 0 0
Date January 25, 2014
Arena Dodger Stadium
City Los Angeles, California
Attendance 54,099

The first game of the series at Dodger Stadium featured performances by Kiss and Five for Fighting before the game and between the periods, and the opening ceremonies included Vin Scully and Wayne Gretzky.[4]

The Anaheim Ducks shut out the Los Angeles Kings in the inaugural Stadium Series game, with Jonas Hiller making 36 saves.

Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st ANA Corey Perry (28) Ryan Getzlaf (35) 02:45 1–0 ANA
ANA Matt Beleskey (5) Nick Bonino (24) and Teemu Selanne (11) 08:12 2–0 ANA
2nd None
3rd ANA Andrew Cogliano (17) – en Kyle Palmieri (12) 18:31 3–0 ANA
Number in parenthesis represents the player's total in goals or assists to that point of the season
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st LAK Colin Fraser Roughing 13:08 2:00
ANA Patrick Maroon Roughing 13:08 2:00
ANA Bryan Allen Holding 15:49 2:00
2nd ANA Tim Jackman Fighting – Major 02:39 5:00
LAK Kyle Clifford Fighting – Major 02:39 5:00
LAK Slava Voynov Delay of game – Puck over glass 03:09 2:00
ANA Hampus Lindholm Interference 06:38 2:00
LAK Jeff Carter Hi-sticking 07:52 2:00
LAK Drew Doughty Tripping 14:46 2:00
ANA Kyle Palmieri Hooking 19:23 2:00
3rd ANA Kyle Palmieri Goaltender interference 01:43 2:00
Shots by period
Team 1 2 3 Total
Anaheim 7 6 8 21
Los Angeles 20 6 10 36
Power play opportunities
Goals/Opportunities
Anaheim 0/3
Los Angeles 0/4

Team rosters

Anaheim Ducks
# Player Position
1 Jonas Hiller G
4 Cam Fowler D
6 Ben Lovejoy D
7 Andrew Cogliano C
8 Teemu Selanne (A) RW
10 Corey Perry RW
11 Saku Koivu (A) C
13 Nick Bonino C
15 Ryan Getzlaf (C) C
17 Dustin Penner LW
18 Tim Jackman RW
21 Kyle Palmieri RW
23 Francois Beauchemin D
28 Mark Fistric D
31 Frederik Andersen G
34 Daniel Winnik LW
39 Matt Beleskey LW
47 Hampus Lindholm D
55 Bryan Allen D
62 Patrick Maroon LW
Head coach: Bruce Boudreau
Los Angeles Kings
# Player Position
6 Jake Muzzin D
8 Drew Doughty D
10 Mike Richards C
11 Anze Kopitar (A) C
13 Kyle Clifford LW
14 Justin Williams RW
21 Matt Frattin RW
22 Trevor Lewis C
23 Dustin Brown (C) RW
24 Colin Fraser C
26 Slava Voynov D
27 Alec Martinez D
28 Jarret Stoll C
31 Martin Jones G
32 Jonathan Quick G
33 Willie Mitchell D
44 Robyn Regehr D
71 Jordan Nolan RW
74 Dwight King LW
77 Jeff Carter C
Head coach: Darryl Sutter
^ Frederik Andersen and Martin Jones dressed as the back-up goaltenders. Neither entered the game.

Yankee Stadium games

The second and third Stadium Series games were played at Yankee Stadium, when the Rangers face the Devils and the Islanders on January 26 and 29, 2014, respectively. The Rangers would be the designated visiting team in both games, as they cannot receive income from venues outside of their home arena as the home team.[5]

January 26

The second game of the 2014 NHL Stadium Series took place on January 26, 2014, and was part one of a doubleheader at Yankee Stadium in New York City, featuring the New Jersey Devils and the New York Rangers. This was the NHL's first outdoor game in New York City. The Devils were the designated home team for this game.

NHL Stadium Series: New York
1 2 3 Total
New York Rangers   2   4   1 7
New Jersey Devils   3   0   0 3
Date January 26, 2014
Arena Yankee Stadium
City New York, New York
Attendance 50,105
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st NJD Patrik Elias (8) Ryane Clowe (10) 05:36 1–0 NJD
NYR Dominic Moore (4) Anton Stralman (5) and Brian Boyle (8) 09:07 1–1 TIE
NJD Patrik Elias (9) – pp Jaromir Jagr (27) and Marek Zidlicky (20) 11:00 2–1 NJD
NJD Travis Zajac (8) Jaromir Jagr (28) and Mark Fayne (3) 16:07 3–1 NJD
NYR Marc Staal (3) Dominic Moore (6) 16:59 3–2 NJD
2nd NYR Mats Zuccarello (14) John Moore (8) and Derick Brassard (19) 02:48 3–3 TIE
NYR Mats Zuccarello (15) Derick Brassard (20) and Benoit Pouliot (11) 12:44 4–3 NYR
NYR Carl Hagelin (12) Ryan Callahan (11) and Anton Stralman (6) 13:53 5–3 NYR
NYR Rick Nash (18) Derek Stepan (25) and Marc Staal (5) 19:31 6–3 NYR
3rd NYR Derek Stepan (10) – ps Unassisted 10:06 7–3 NYR
Number in parenthesis represents the player's total in goals or assists to that point of the season
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st NYR Brian Boyle Roughing 02:01 2:00
NJD Patrik Elias Tripping 02:20 2:00
NYR Derick Brassard Tripping 10:38 2:00
NJD Mark Fayne Holding 19:11 2:00
2nd NJD Marek Zidlicky Cross-checking 06:14 2:00
3rd None
Shots by period
Team 1 2 3 Total
NY Rangers 10 11 5 26
New Jersey 10 7 5 22
Power play opportunities
Goals/Opportunities
NY Rangers 0/3
New Jersey 1/2

Team rosters

New York Rangers
# Player Position
5 Dan Girardi D
6 Anton Stralman D
8 Kevin Klein D
13 Daniel Carcillo LW
16 Derick Brassard C
17 John Moore D
18 Marc Staal (A) D
19 Brad Richards (A) C
20 Chris Kreider LW
21 Derek Stepan C
22 Brian Boyle C
24 Ryan Callahan (C) RW
27 Ryan McDonagh D
28 Dominic Moore C
30 Henrik Lundqvist G
33 Cam Talbot G
36 Mats Zuccarello C
61 Rick Nash LW
62 Carl Hagelin LW
67 Benoit Pouliot LW
Head coach: Alain Vigneault
New Jersey Devils
# Player Position
2 Marek Zidlicky D
6 Andy Greene D
7 Mark Fayne D
8 Dainius Zubrus C
11 Stephen Gionta C
12 Damien Brunner C
14 Adam Henrique C
16 Jacob Josefson C
17 Michael Ryder RW
18 Steve Bernier RW
19 Travis Zajac (A) C
20 Ryan Carter C
22 Eric Gelinas D
24 Bryce Salvador (C) D
26 Patrik Elias (A) L
28 Anton Volchenkov D
29 Ryane Clowe L
30 Martin Brodeur G
35 Cory Schneider G
68 Jaromir Jagr RW
Head coach: Peter DeBoer

January 29

NHL Stadium Series: New York
1 2 3 Total
New York Rangers 0 1 1 2
New York Islanders 0 1 0 1
Date January 29, 2014
Arena Yankee Stadium
City New York, New York
Attendance 50,027

The third game of the 2014 NHL Stadium Series took place on January 29, 2014, and was the second part of a doubleheader at Yankee Stadium in New York City, featuring the New York Islanders and the New York Rangers, who played their second straight game outdoors. The Islanders were the designated home team for this game.

Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st None
2nd NYI Brock Nelson (10) Matt Donovan (6) and Cal Clutterbuck (4) 18:33 1–0 NYI
NYR Benoit Pouliot (9) Derick Brassard (21) and Mats Zuccarello (23) 19:13 1–1 TIE
3rd NYR Daniel Carcillo (3) Dominic Moore (7) and Brian Boyle (9) 04:36 2–1 NYR
Number in parenthesis represents the player's total in goals or assists to that point of the season
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st NYR Brad Richards Hooking 03:24 2:00
NYR Mats Zuccarello Interference 17:57 2:00
2nd NYI Kyle Okposo Hooking 10:11 2:00
NYR Rick Nash Diving 10:11 2:00
NYR Daniel Carcillo Roughing 12:59 2:00
3rd NYI Thomas Vanek Hooking 00:23 2:00
NYR Brian Boyle Cross-checking 19:57 2:00
Shots by period
Team 1 2 3 Total
NY Rangers 6 14 14 34
NY Islanders 10 15 6 31
Power play opportunities
Goals/Opportunities
NY Rangers 0/1
NY Islanders 0/4

Team rosters

New York Rangers
# Player Position
5 Dan Girardi D
6 Anton Stralman D
8 Kevin Klein D
13 Daniel Carcillo LW
16 Derick Brassard C
17 John Moore D
18 Marc Staal (A) D
19 Brad Richards (A) C
20 Chris Kreider LW
21 Derek Stepan C
22 Brian Boyle C
24 Ryan Callahan (C) RW
27 Ryan McDonagh D
28 Dominic Moore C
30 Henrik Lundqvist G
33 Cam Talbot G
36 Mats Zuccarello C
61 Rick Nash LW
62 Carl Hagelin LW
67 Benoit Pouliot LW
Head coach: Alain Vigneault
New York Islanders
# Player Position
11 Lubomir Visnovsky D
12 Josh Bailey C
13 Colin McDonald RW
14 Thomas Hickey D
15 Cal Clutterbuck RW
16 Peter Regin C
17 Matt Martin LW
20 Evgeni Nabokov G
21 Kyle Okposo (A) RW
26 Thomas Vanek LW
29 Brock Nelson C
37 Brian Strait D
40 Michael Grabner RW
44 Calvin de Haan D
46 Matt Donovan D
47 Andrew MacDonald (A) D
51 Frans Nielsen C
53 Casey Cizikas C
60 Kevin Poulin G
91 John Tavares (C) C
Head coach: Jack Capuano

Soldier Field (March 1)

NHL Stadium Series: Chicago
1 2 3 Total
Pittsburgh Penguins 0 0 1 1
Chicago Blackhawks 1 2 2 5
Date March 1, 2014
Arena Soldier Field
City Chicago, Illinois
Attendance 62,921
NHL Stadium Series at Soldier Field.

The fourth and final game of the 2014 NHL Stadium Series took place on March 1, 2014, at Soldier Field in Chicago, featuring the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Chicago Blackhawks. The game concluded Hockey Weekend Across America.

Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st CHI Patrick Sharp (29) Jonathan Toews (37) and Nick Leddy (18) 15:35 1–0 CHI
2nd CHI Jonathan Toews (20) Unassisted 10:48 2–0 CHI
CHI Kris Versteeg (10) Patrick Kane (37) and Michal Handzus (8) 16:43 3–0 CHI
3rd PIT James Neal (22) Unassisted 06:21 3–1 CHI
CHI Bryan Bickell (9) Brandon Saad (23) and Michal Rozsival (6) 13:57 4–1 CHI
CHI Jonathan Toews (21) Patrick Sharp (31) 17:52 5–1 CHI
Number in parenthesis represents the player's total in goals or assists to that point of the season
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st PIT Simon Despres Tripping 04:12 2:00
PIT Tanner Glass Boarding 11:48 2:00
CHI Johnny Oduya Holding 17:46 2:00
2nd PIT Simon Despres High-sticking 02:03 2:00
CHI Duncan Keith Delay of game 05:56 2:00
PIT Chris Kunitz Roughing 06:50 2:00
CHI Johnny Oduya Interference 07:09 2:00
CHI Duncan Keith High-sticking 11:38 2:00
CHI Michal Rozsival Tripping 18:42 2:00
3rd CHI Marcus Kruger Delay of the game 10:29 2:00
Shots by period
Team 1 2 3 Total
Pittsburgh 5 13 14 32
Chicago 14 17 9 40
Power play opportunities
Goals/Opportunities
Pittsburgh 0/6
Chicago 0/3

Team rosters

Pittsburgh Penguins
# Player Position
2 Matt Niskanen D
3 Olli Määttä D
4 Rob Scuderi D
5 Deryk Engelland D
14 Chris Kunitz LW
15 Tanner Glass LW
16 Brandon Sutter C
17 Taylor Pyatt LW
18 James Neal LW
27 Craig Adams RW
29 Marc-Andre Fleury G
36 Jussi Jokinen LW
37 Jeff Zatkoff G
41 Robert Bortuzzo D
44 Brooks Orpik (A) D
46 Joe Vitale C
47 Simon Despres D
49 Brian Gibbons RW
71 Evgeni Malkin (A) C
87 Sidney Crosby (C) C
Head coach: Dan Bylsma
Chicago Blackhawks
# Player Position
2 Duncan Keith (A) D
4 Niklas Hjalmarsson D
7 Brent Seabrook D
8 Nick Leddy D
10 Patrick Sharp (A) RW
16 Marcus Kruger C
19 Jonathan Toews (C) C
20 Brandon Saad LW
23 Kris Versteeg RW
26 Michal Handzus C
27 Johnny Oduya D
28 Ben Smith RW
29 Bryan Bickell RW
31 Antti Raanta G
32 Michal Rozsival D
50 Corey Crawford G
52 Brandon Bollig LW
65 Andrew Shaw C
81 Marian Hossa RW
88 Patrick Kane RW
Head coach: Joel Quenneville

Uniforms

Each team wore specially-designed uniforms for the event, except for the Devils, who wore throwback uniforms in the team's original red and green color scheme. The Islanders unveiled their Stadium Series jersey on November 27, 2013.[6] The Ducks and Kings jointly unveiled their Stadium Series jerseys on December 3.[7] The Penguins unveiled their Stadium Series jersey on December 13.[8] The Blackhawks and Rangers unveiled their Stadium Series jerseys on December 20.[9][10] Penguins goalie Marc-André Fleury wore a Pittsburgh Steelers inspired goalie mask for the Penguins-Blackhawks game.[11]

Reality television series

The Stadium Series is the basis for a new seven-part documentary called NHL Revealed: A Season Like No Other, premiering January 22, 2014, on the NBC Sports Network, and debuting in Canada the next day on CBC. The series is meant to differ from the pre-existing HBO 24/7: Road to the NHL Winter Classic with an added focus on star players' preparations for the 2014 Olympic Tournament in Sochi, Russia, of which NBCSN and CBC were major broadcasters.

Television ratings

  • Game 1 produced a 0.35 national rating and 622,000 viewers on the NBC Sports Network. While unimpressive, the numbers were considerably higher than average for NBCSN's ratings-challenged West Coast games. In Los Angeles, the game drew a 2.38 local rating, making NBCSN the highest rated cable channel (and second-highest rated overall) in the area during the broadcast. It was the network's best performance for an NHL regular season game in the market.
  • Game 2 produced a 1.3 national rating and 2.091 million viewers for NBC, good enough to beat all non-regionalized indoor regular season broadcasts since the NHL's return to NBC in 2005, but not quite coming close to the viewership attracted by Winter Classic-branded outdoor games. The game drew a 5.1 local rating in New York, tying Game 1 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final as the best performance in the market for the current incarnation of the NHL on NBC. The mark stood until the Rangers' strong Stanley Cup playoff run a few months later.
  • Game 3 produced a 0.41 national rating and 682,000 viewers on NBCSN, rather ordinary numbers for the Wednesday Night Rivalry franchise. In New York, it drew a 3.58 local rating, the best performance in the market for an NHL regular season game on NBCSN.
  • Game 4, played in prime time on NBC, produced a 2.1 national rating, the highest rating for a regular season game outside the Winter Classic since NBC took over the broadcast contract.[12]

See also

References

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  10. ^ http://blueshirtsunited.com/videos/4636/stadium-series-jersey-unveiled
  11. ^ http://www.steelers.com/news/article-1/Pens-goalie-shows-the-Steelers-some-love/d1b4f055-8e8f-458d-a24b-836f314e44a1
  12. ^ Pergament, Alan (March 2, 2014). Surprise, surprise, WNY was watching hockey Saturday night. The Buffalo News. Retrieved March 2, 2014.