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NHL Winter Classic schedule 2020

NHL Winter Classic has 1 games on the 2020 schedule, with tickets available for all games. The last game on the schedule is 1/1/20 at Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas.

NHL Winter Classic next game

The next game is 2020 NHL Winter Classic - Nashville Predators at Dallas Stars 1/1/20. The game will be at Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas at TBA local time. There are 1288 tickets available for this game.

2020 Winter Classic at Cotton Bowl

On January 1, 2020 the Winter Classic will feature the Dallas Stars against the Nashville Predators. The game is at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Texas so the Stars are the host team. The Cotton Bowl is a legendary stadium, but now will get to create a new experience for the more than 80k hockey fans who will show up on New Years Day 2020.

NHL Winter Classic Tickets

The Winter Classic is the most popular NHL game outside of the Stanley Cup Finals. The Winter Classic is an outdoor hockey game that is hosted in a football or baseball stadium. The atmosphere for a Winter Classic game is unlike any other game in hockey because the game is played in the elements - snow, ice, sun. The crowds are also much larger than a typical NHL game because the venues hold more people. The combination of those make the Winter Classic a must-see bucket list game for any big hockey fan.

The first NHL Winter Classic was held in 2008 in Orchard Park, New York, at Ralph Wilson Stadium between the Buffalo Sabres and Pittsburgh Penguins. Prior to the 2008 Winter Classic only three other NHL games had been recorded as being played outdoors. After the first Winter Classic, each game since has gained an increase in attendance. The second Winter Classic in 2009 between Detroit and Chicago reached the highest American television ratings of any hockey game in over 30 years and thus led to the annual scheduling of the NHL Winter Classic.

NHL Winter Classic Parking

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Last updated: Apr 18 2019