These four NHL teams will play games in Sweden next season

These four NHL teams will play games in Sweden next season


The city of Stockholm will host the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Detroit Red Wings and Minnesota Wild as part of the National Hockey League (NHL) Global Series during the next campaign.

Thus, these four teams will play a total of four matches from November 16 to 19 in Sweden. The Wings and Senators will get the ball rolling on Day 1, while the Leafs take on Michigan the next day. The Wild will take to the stage on November 18 to face Ottawa, then Toronto the following day.

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For the Stockholm public, who will have attended 16 NHL games in life after those on the 2023-2024 calendar, this will be an ideal opportunity to cheer on many compatriots: William Nylander and Erik Gustafsson (Leafs), Erik Brannstrom and Anton Forsberg (Senators), John Klingberg and Filip Gustavsson (Wild), as well as Jonatan Berggren and Lucas Raymond (Wings), are among the squads of the organizations concerned this season.

“I am very excited to be able to play an NHL game in my home country in front of my family and friends. It will be a great experience, Raymond admitted in a statement. Sweden is a pleasant and pleasant place. There are several fun activities to enjoy, some attractions have been there for a long time.

In the history of the league, 38 season duels have taken place in the territory of this country. The most recent date from November 10 and 11, 2017, when the Senators clashed twice with the Colorado Avalanche.