2011 NHL Premiere

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The 2011 NHL Premiere was the National Hockey League's fifth European multi-game event to open the regular season, featuring the Anaheim Ducks, the Buffalo Sabres, the Los Angeles Kings, and the New York Rangers. It took place on October 7–8, 2011, to open the 2011–12 NHL season. Preceding this, as with previous Premiere events, the NHL teams participated in a series of exhibition games with European teams as part of the 2011 NHL Premiere Challenge, between September 29 and October 4, 2011.[1]

Later on in the season, a contingent of Adler Mannheim fans would embark on their own tour of hockey games in Buffalo and Toronto, with the backing of the Sabres and the Toronto Maple Leafs.[2][3]

NHL Premiere Challenge[edit]

Game one[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
September 29 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic Tesla Arena New York Rangers HC Sparta Prague 2–0 [4]
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st None
2nd NYR Artem Anisimov Tim Erixon and Brandon Dubinsky 05:45 1–0 NYR
NYR Ruslan Fedotenko (PP) Michael Del Zotto and Tim Erixon 08:30 2–0 NYR
3rd None
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st NYR Brendan Bell Tripping 06:38 2:00
PRA Jaroslav Kasik Holding 08:44 2:00
NYR Brandon Prust Hooking 13:38 2:00
2nd PRA Yorick Treille Hooking 06:52 2:00
PRA Petr Tenkrat High-sticking 14:45 2:00
3rd PRA Daniel Sobotka Holding 01:43 2:00
PRA Ivan Rachunek Hooking 18:37 2:00

Game two[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
September 30 Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden Scandinavium New York Rangers Frölunda HC 4–2 [5]
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st NYR Kris Newbury Ryan Bourque and Michael Del Zotto 02:24 1–0 NYR
FRL Jonathan Johnson Johan Sundström and Viktor Svedberg 05:00 1–1
2nd NYR Michael Del Zotto Mats Zuccarello and Kris Newbury 05:24 2–1 NYR
NYR Erik Christensen Mats Zuccarello and Stu Bickel 11:25 3–1 NYR
3rd FRL Mika Pyörälä Fredrik Pettersson and Christian Bäckman 12:04 3–2 NYR
NYR Mike Rupp Brendan Bell and Brian Boyle 16:48 4–2 NYR
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st FRL Mathis Olimb Hooking 06:36 2:00
NYR Dylan McIlrath Cross checking 19:10 2:00
NYR Brandon Prust Interference 19:58 2:00
2nd NYR Stu Bickel High-sticking 01:39 2:00
NYR Tim Erixon Delay of game 02:51 2:00
FRL Mika Pyörälä cross checking 13:54 2:00
NYR Brendan Bell Hooking 16:25 2:00
FRL Fredrik Pettersson Interference 18:13 2:00
3rd FRL Viktor Svedberg Hooking 07:25 2:00
NYR Michael Del Zotto Holding 10:50 2:00

Game three[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
October 2 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia Ondrej Nepela Arena New York Rangers HC Slovan Bratislava 4–1 [6]
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st BRA Ivan Švarný (PP) Michal Macho and Miroslav Šatan 08:42 1–0 BRA
2nd NYR Mats Zuccarello (PP) Brad Richards and Marian Gaborik 06:03 1–1
NYR Brian Boyle Dan Girardi and Derek Stepan 07:02 2–1 NYR
NYR Artem Anisimov (SH) Brandon Prust 17:42 3–1 NYR
3rd NYR Ryan McDonagh Ryan Callahan 10:11 4–1 NYR
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st NYR Mike Rupp Hooking 07:14 2:00
NYR Brian Boyle Boarding 15:59 2:00
NYR Steve Eminger Cross checking 17:38 2:00
2nd BRA Jan Lipiansky Hooking 00:35 2:00
BRA Martin Stajnoch Hooking 04:56 2:00
BRA David Skokan Interference 04:56 2:00
NYR Steve Eminger Holding 08:03 2:00
NYR Stu Bickel Hooking 16:24 2:00
3rd BRA David Skokan Holding 02:39 2:00
NYR Mike Rupp Cross checking 13:39 2:00
NYR Stu Bickel Hooking 16:41 2:00

Game four[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
October 3 Switzerland Zug, Switzerland Bossard Arena New York Rangers EV Zug 4–8 [7]

Game five[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
October 4 Finland Helsinki, Finland Hartwall Areena Anaheim Ducks Jokerit 4–3 OT [8]

Game six[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
October 4 Germany Hamburg, Germany O2 World (Hamburg) Los Angeles Kings Hamburg Freezers 5–4 [9]
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st LA Justin Williams Anze Kopitar 00:36 1–0 LA
HAM Serge Aubin (PP) Charles Cook and Patrick Traverse 12:51 1–1 TIED
LA Alec Martinez Mike Richards and Simon Gagne 13:25 2–1 LA
HAM Kevin Schmidt Jesper Jensen and David Wolf 17:32 2-2 TIED
2nd HAM Serge Aubin Brendan Brooks and Thomas Dolak 11:42 3–2 HAM
LA Anze Kopitar Justin Williams and Scott Parse 13:32 3–3 TIED
LA Brad Richardson Jarret Stoll and Rob Scuderi 19:46 4–3 LA
3rd LA Ethan Moreau Rob Scuderi and Anze Kopitar 03:50 5–3 LA
HAM Brendan Brooks Thomas Dolak 19:31 5–4 LA
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st LA Scott Parse Slashing 11:20 2:00
2nd HAM Charles Cook Tripping 01:02 2:00
HAM David Wolf Holding 05:45 2:00
HAM Serge Aubin Hooking 16:21 2:00
3rd LA Simon Gagne Interference 05:28 2:00

Game seven[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score Reference
October 4 Germany Mannheim, Germany SAP Arena Buffalo Sabres Adler Mannheim 8–3 [10]
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st BUF Tyler Ennis 07:18 1–0 BUF
BUF Tyler Ennis Ville Leino and Mike Weber 11:22 2–0 BUF
BUF Luke Adam (PP) Thomas Vanek and Jason Pominville 18:19 3–0 BUF
2nd MAN Yannic Seidenberg Frank Mauer and Christoph Ullmann 00:06 3–1 BUF
BUF Brad Boyes 01:11 4–1 BUF
MAN Jamie Sifers (PP) Mike Glumac 07:50 4–2 BUF
BUF Christian Ehrhoff (PP) Marc-Andre Gragnani and Jason Pominville 13:58 5–2 BUF
BUF Thomas Vanek Luke Adam 18:02 6–2 BUF
3rd MAN Mike Glumac Yanick Lehoux and Marc El-Sayed 08:52 6–3 BUF
BUF Jason Pominville Thomas Vanek 13:43 7–3 BUF
BUF Ville Leino Brad Boyes and Tyler Ennis 16:13 8–3 BUF
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st BUF Christian Ehrhoff Cross checking 04:53 2:00
MAN Denis Reul Holding 12:48 2:00
MAN Nikolai Goc Holding 18:11 2:00
2nd BUF Patrick Kaleta Tripping 06:35 2:00
MAN Nikolai Goc Hooking 13:01 2:00
MAN Denis Reul Holding 15:57 2:00
3rd BUF Mike Weber Interference 05:41 2:00
MAN Michael Glumac Hooking 14:12 2:00
MAN Shawn Belle Hooking 19:12 2:00

NHL Premiere[edit]

Game one[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score
October 7 Finland Helsinki, Finland Hartwall Areena Anaheim Ducks Buffalo Sabres 1-4

Game two[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score
October 7 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Ericsson Globe Los Angeles Kings New York Rangers 3-2 (OT)

Game three[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score
October 8 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Ericsson Globe Anaheim Ducks New York Rangers 2-1 (SO)

Game four[edit]

Date City Arena Team Team Score
October 8 Germany Berlin, Germany O2 World (Berlin) Buffalo Sabres Los Angeles Kings 4-2

References[edit]

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