NEW YORK, N.Y. - The National Hockey League will make appearances at several neutral-site venues over the 15-day pre-season schedule beginning Sept. 21.
Other Canadian neutral-site games will be played in London, Ont., (Philadelphia vs. Toronto, Sept. 22); Quebec City (Colorado vs. Montreal, Sept. 26); St. John's (NY Islanders vs. Ottawa split-squad doubleheader, Sept. 22) and Saskatoon (Chicago vs. Edmonton, Sept. 28).
In the United States, neutral-site games are set for Bridgeport, Conn. (Boston vs. N.Y. Islanders, Oct. 3); Brooklyn, N.Y. (New Jersey vs. NY Islanders, Sept. 26); Colorado Springs, Colo. (Colorado vs. Los Angeles, Oct. 2); Kansas City, Mo. (Dallas vs. St. Louis, Sept. 27); Las Vegas, Nev. (Colorado vs. Los Angeles, Oct. 4); and Stockton, Calif. (San Jose vs. Vancouver, Sept. 23).
The regular season begins Oct. 8.