Unnumbered Thoughts: NHL has Mexico on the mind, Ryan Reynolds has Ottawa on his

PALM BEACH, Florida – One of the things that marked a return to normalcy, if you could call it that, for the NHL this season was the return of games in Europe. 

Because of COVID-19 international travel had been understandably put on hold for a couple seasons before the Nashville Predators and San Jose Sharks opened this season in Czechia. 

And the international efforts are only going to increase going forward, and that includes a game at some point in Mexico. 

The exact timeline of which season is still a bit fuzzy, but an NHL source confirmed this week that having a game, or games, in Mexico is on the docket for the not-too-distant future. 

It’s an obvious play for the league to follow in the NBA’s footsteps on this – the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat will play in Mexico City later this we

Access this article with EP Premium

Go Premium to access this article

Register your Premium-membership at eliteprospects.com to get access to this article and more quality, in-depth coverage at EP Rinkside

This article is about:
NHL Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Nashville Predators Ottawa Senators Seattle Kraken Washington Capitals NHL Aleksander Barkov Sergei Fedorov Wayne Gretzky Alexander Ovechkin Sam Reinhart Matthew Tkachuk Eeli Tolvanen Gary Bettman Ted Leonsis
Scoring Leaders