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2023-24 Rivalry Series Locations Announced

By USA Hockey, 10/03/23, 11:45AM EDT

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Tempe, Los Angeles and St. Paul to host U.S. games as part of seven-game series with Canada

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - One of the fiercest rivalries in sport will renew in 2023-24 as the U.S. and Canadian Women’s National Teams face off in a seven-game Rivalry Series, it was jointly announced today by USA Hockey and Hockey Canada. 

USA Hockey will host the first two games of the competition, including contests on Nov. 8 at Mullett Arena in Tempe, Arizona, and Nov. 11 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, and also stage the seventh and final game of the Rivalry Series on Feb. 11 in St. Paul, Minnesota, at Xcel Energy Center. The complete schedule is below. 

Tickets for the three U.S. games will go on sale to the public Friday (Oct. 6) and can be purchased HERE

The Rivalry Series was introduced by USA Hockey and Hockey Canada in 2018-19 to provide additional visibility for women’s hockey and showcase the best players in the world. 

NHL Network will broadcast all seven games of the Rivalry Series live. For more information on the 2023-24 Rivalry Series, click HERE.

2023-24 RIVALRY SERIES SCHEDULE

Date Time(Local/ET)/Result Location Broadcast
Wed., Nov. 8 W, 3-1 Mullett Arena
Tempe, Arizona
NHL Network
Sat., Nov. 11 W, 5-2 Crypto.com Arena
Los Angeles, Calif.
NHL Network
Thurs., Dec. 14 W, 3-2 (OT) Kitchener Memorial Auditorium
Kitchener, Ontario
NHL Network
Sat., Dec. 16 L, 2-3 (SO) Progressive Auto Sales Arena
Sarnia, Ontario
NHL Network
Wed., Feb. 7 L, 2-4 SaskTel Centre
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
NHL Network
Fri., Feb. 9 L, 0-3 Brandt Centre
Regina, Saskatchewan
NHL Network
Sun., Feb. 11 L, 1-6 Xcel Energy Center
St. Paul, Minnesota
NHL Network

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