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Devils Daily: Stadium Series Results, Ohio to Host Next



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Night one of the 2024 NHL Stadium Series was fantastic. The sights and sounds were incredible, the Jonas Brothers and Gaslight Anthem rocked, and the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers played in an entertaining tilt.

The Devils and Flyers set the tone for a great night when they arrived in some incredibly entertaining outfits that represent New Jersey and Philadelphia.

Elsewhere, Philly’s captain not taking the outdoor event for granted after a significant back injury, Ohio is going to be the next state to host the Stadium Series next season, and Noah Hanifin is confirmed to hit the open market this summer.

Let’s do that hockey.

Devils News

New Jersey Hockey Now: The Devils were pleased to find that the ice quality at MetLife Stadium was actually quite good in their first test run on the outdoor rink.

More NJHN: The Devils defeated the Flyers on the first night of the Stadium Series at MetLife Stadium on the backs of Nico Hishcier, Nico Daws, and Nathan Bastian, among others.

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NHL Trade Talk, News, & National Hockey Now

NHL: The NHL officially announced on Saturday night that the Stadium Series will head to Ohio in a bout between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Detroit Red Wings at Ohio Stadium, home of the Ohio State University football team.

Scouting the Refs: Referee Dan O’Rourke appears to be the first NHL official to wear a cut-resistant neck guard. O’Rourke debuted the new protective gear on Thursday’s game between the Anaheim Ducks and Montreal Canadiens.

Boston Hockey Now: The Boston Bruins started this season exceeding expectations despite some key departures. However, they’ve come back down to earth recently. How might that affect their trade deadline plans?

Colorado Hockey Now: The Colorado Avalanche captain has been skating for a little over a month now and he’s moving a lot better than one might expect at this point after Gabriel Landeskog had cartilage replacement surgery on his right knee in May.

Calgary Hockey Now: Elliotte Friedman confirmed during this week’s Saturday Headlines segment on Sportsnet that Noah Hanifin would head to the unrestricted free agency market following this season.

Philly Hockey Now: After a devastating back injury that cost him 10 months of his career, Philadelphia Flyers captain Sean Couturier is cherishing the Stadium Series experience.

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