NHL 2020-21 Season: New Divisions – Covid

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Last Updated: April 12, 2021

Due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, the regular NHL season was reduced to 56 games and the league format was changed to the restrictions on cross-border travel meaning all seven Canadian teams appear in one division.

National Hockey League 2020-21


Team Location Home Arena Capacity Opened
Anaheim Ducks Anaheim, California Honda Center 17,174 1993
Arizona Coyotes Glendale, Arizona Gila River Arena 17,125 2003
Colorado Avalanche Denver, Colorado Ball Arena 17,809 1999
Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles, California Staples Center 18,230 1999
Minnesota Wild Saint Paul, Minnesota Xcel Energy Center 17,954 2000
San Jose Sharks San Jose, California SAP Center 17,562 1993
St. Louis Blues St. Louis, Missouri Enterprise Center 18,096 1994
Vegas Golden Knights Paradise, Nevada T-Mobile Arena 17,368 2016



Team Location Home Arena Capacity Opened
Calgary Flames Calgary, Alberta Scotiabank Saddledome 19,289 1983
Edmonton Oilers Edmonton, Alberta Rogers Place 18,347 2016
Montreal Canadiens Montreal, Quebec Bell Centre 21,302 1996
Ottawa Senators Ottawa, Ontario Canadian Tire Centre 17,373 1996
Toronto Maple Leaf’s Toronto, Ontario Scotiabank Arena 18,819 1999
Vancouver Canucks Vancouver, British Columbia Rogers Arena 18,910 1995
Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg, Manitoba Bell MTS Place 15,321 2004



Team Location Home Arena Capacity Opened
Boston Bruins Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden 17,565 1995
Buffalo Sabres Buffalo, New York KeyBank Center 19,070 1996
New Jersey Devils Newark, New Jersey Prudential Center 16,514 2007
New York Islanders Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum 13,917 1972
New York Rangers New York, New York Madison Square Garden 18,006 1968
Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wells Fargo Center 19,543 1996
Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania PPG Paints Arena 18,387 2010
Washington Capitals Washington, D.C Capital One Arena 18,506 1997



Team Location Home Arena Capacity Opened
Carolina Hurricanes Raleigh, North Carolina PNC Arena 18,680 1999
Chicago Blackhawks Chicago, Illinois United Center 18,717 1994
Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus, Ohio Nationwide Arena 18,144 2000
Dallas Stars Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center 18,532 2001
Detroit Red Wings Detroit, Michigan Little Caesars Arena 19,515 2017
Florida Panthers Sunrise, Florida BB&T Center 19,250 1998
Nashville Predators Nashville, Tennessee Bridgestone Arena 17,113 1996
Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa, Florida Amalie Arena 19,092 1996


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Last Updated: April 12, 2021