NHL Premiere and NHL Global Series

NHL Premiere Series and NHL Global Series in Europe and Japan

Sporadically from 1997 to 2011, the NHL opened the season with games in Japan and Europe.

Globe Arena (Stockholm, 2008-2011)
Hartwall Areena (Helsinki, 2009-2011)
O2 Arena (London, 2007)
O2 Arena (Prague, 2008, 2010)
O2 World Arena (Berlin, 2011)
Saitama Super Arena (Saitama, 2000)
Yoyogi National Gymnasium (Tokyo, 1997-1998)

Globe Arena

Stockholm, Sweden; October 4-5, 2008; October 2-3, 2009; October 8-9, 2010; October 7-8, 2011; November 10-11, 2017

Globe Arena hosted "NHL Premiere" games from 2008-2011, and the "NHL Global Series" in 2017.

Player Goals Notes
Dany Heatley3All with Ottawa Senators.
Mark Stone3All with Ottawa Senators.
Kristian Huselius2All with Columbus Blue Jackets.
Paul Kariya2All with St. Louis Blues.
Tyler Kennedy2All with Pittsburgh Penguins.
Alexader Kerfoot2All with Colorado Avalanche.
Mike Hoffman2All with Ottawa Senators.
Joe Thornton2All with San Jose Sharks.
Keith Tkachuk2All with St. Louis Blues.
Sven Andrighetto1With Colorado Avalanche.
Patrik Berglund1With St. Louis Blues.
Brad Boyes1With St. Louis Blues.
Ryan Callahan1With New York Rangers.
Fredrik Claesson1With Ottawa Senators.
Dan Cleary1With Detroit Red Wings.
Andrew Cogliano1With Anaheim Ducks.
Blake Comeau1With Colorado Avalanche.
Logan Couture1With San Jose Sharks.
B.J. Crombeen1With St. Louis Blues.
Christopher DiDomenico1With Ottawa Senators.
Shean Donovan1With Ottawa Senators.
Jonathan Ericsson1With Detroit Red Wings.
Marian Gaborik1With New York Rangers.
Alex Goligoski1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Tomas Holmstrom1With Detroit Red Wings.
Jack Johnson1With New York Rangers.
Anze Kopitar1With Los Angeles Kings.
Niklas Kronwall1With Detroit Red Wings.
Ville Leino1With Detroit Red Wings.
Nathan MacKinnon1With Colorado Avalanche.
Evgeni Malkin1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Kirk Matlby1With Detroit Red Wings.
Jay McClement1With St. Louis Blues.
Andy McDonald1With St. Louis Blues.
Torey Mitchell1With San Jose Sharks.
Ethan Moreau1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Rick Nash1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Johnny Oduya1With Ottawa Senators.
Brad Richards1With New York Rangers.
Mike Richards1With Los Angeles Kings.
Rob Scuderi1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Devon Setoguchi1With San Jose Sharks.
Jason Spezza1With Ottawa Senators.
R.J. Umberger1With Columbus Blue Jackets.
Antoine Vermette1With Ottawa Senators.
Nail Yakupov1With Colorado Avalanche.

Hartwall Areena

Helsinki, Finland; October 2-3, 2009; October 7-8, 2010; October 7, 2011

Hartwall Areena has hosted "NHL Premiere" games since 2009.

Player Goals Notes
Dustin Byfuglien2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Patrick Kane2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Patrick Sharp2All with Chicago Blackhawks.
Brandon Sutter2All with Carolina Hurricanes.
Thomas Vanek2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Anton Babchuk1With Chicago Blackhawks.
David Booth1With Florida Panthers.
Andrew Brunette1With Minnesota Wild.
Brent Burns1With Minnesota Wild.
Brian Campbell1With Chicago Blackhawks.
Matt Cullen1With Minnesota Wild.
Michael Frolik1With Florida Panthers.
Nate Guenin1With Anaheim Ducks.
Jussi Jokinen1With Carolina Hurricanes.
Ville Koistinen1With Florida Panthers.
Guillaume Latendresse1With Minnesota Wild.
Ville Leino1With Buffalo Sabres.
Jasom Pominville1With Buffalo Sabres.
Tuomu Ruutu1With Carolina Hurricanes.

O2 Arena

London, United Kingdom; September 29-30, 2007

The O2 Arena in London hosted "NHL Premiere" games in 2007.

Player Goals Notes
Mike Cammalleri3All with Los Angeles Kings.
Corey Perry2All with Anaheim Ducks.
Rob Blake1With Los Angeles Kings.
Michal Handzus1With Los Angeles Kings.
Chris Kunitz1With Anaheim Ducks.
Travis Moen1With Anaheim Ducks.
Bobby Ryan1With Anaheim Ducks.

O2 Arena

Prague, Czech Republic; October 4-5, 2008; October 9-10, 2010

The O2 Arena in Prague hosted "NHL Premiere" games in 2008 and 2010.

Player Goals Notes
Nathan Horton3All with Boston Bruins.
Radim Vrbata2All with Phoenix Coyotes.
Eric Belanger1With Phoenix Coyotes.
Brandon Dubinsky1With New York Rangers.
Scott Gomez1With New York Rangers.
Adam Hall1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Milan Lucuc1With Boston Bruins.
Markus Naslund1With New York Rangers.
Taylor Pratt1With Phoenix Coyotes.
Wade Redden1With New York Rangers.
Tyler Seguin1With Boston Bruins.
Martin St. Louis1With Tampa Bay Lightning.
Scottie Upshall1With Phoenix Coyotes.

O2 World Arena

Berlin, Germany; October 8, 2011

The O2 World Arena in Berlin hosted an "NHL Premiere" game in 2011.

Player Goals Notes
Luke Adam2All with Buffalo Sabres.
Anze Kopitar2With Los Angeles Kings.
Paul Gaustad1With Buffalo Sabres.
Drew Stafford1With Buffalo Sabres.

Saitama Super Arena

Saitama, Japan; October 7-8, 2000

Saitama Super Arena hosted the opening games of the 2000/01 season.

Player Goals Notes
Jan Hrdina2With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Robert Lang1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
David Legwand1With Nashville Predators.
Cliff Ronning1With Nashville Predators.
Martin Straka1With Pittsburgh Penguins.
Scott Walker1With Nashville Predators.
Vitali Yachmenev1With Nashville Predators.

Yoyogi National Gymnasium

Tokyo, Japan; October 3-4, 1997; October 9-10, 1998

Yoyogi National Gymnasium hosted the opening games of the 1998/99 season.

Player Goals Notes
Theoren Fleury3All with Calgary Flames.
Pavel Bure2All with Vancouver Canucks.
Shawn Antoski1With Anaheim Ducks.
Valeri Bure1With Calgary Flames.
Andrew Cassels1With Calgary Flames.
J.J. Daigneault1With Anaheim Ducks.
Tony Granato1With San Jose Sharks.
Bill Houlder1With San Jose Sharks.
Trevor Linden1With Vancouver Canucks.
Patrick Marleau1With San Jose Sharks.
Mark Messier1With Vancouver Canucks.
Derek Morris1With Calgary Flames.
Joe Murphy1With San Jose Sharks.
Mike Rathie1With San Jose Sharks.
Mike Ricci1With San Jose Sharks.
Dave Roche1With Calgary Flames.
Tomas Sandstrom1With Anaheim Ducks.
Teemu Selanne1With Anaheim Ducks.
Scott Walker1With Vancouver Canucks.
Jason Wiemer1With Calgary Flames.
Scott Young1With Anaheim Ducks.

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