We’ve already discussed Dallas being in the early stages for a potential game at Cowboys Stadium, so let’s keep rolling.

First up? Denver. According to Advertising Age, the league’s connection with Colorado-based brewer Coors — title sponsor of the Stadium Series — could result in the Avalanche getting an outdoor event.

NHL CMO Brian Jennings confirmed the Colorado Avalanche are under consideration to host a Stadium Series game next year.

Mr. Dettman [Coors' director of sports & entertainment marketing] said the brewer’s so pleased with its multi-year title sponsorship of the Series, its pushing for Denver to be in the rotation next year. And what do you know? The game could be played at Coors Field.

“It would be special no doubt,” said Mr. Dettman on Sunday, as the New York Rangers defeated the rival New Jersey Devils 7-3 in the first hockey game played at Yankee Stadium. “Again, the heritage of the brand, being from the Rocky Mountains, we’d welcome that.”

The NHL’s Mr. Jennings joked that Mr. Dettman brings up the topic at every meeting. The league is “absolutely” considering an outdoor Avalanche game next season. “It’s just a great marketplace and a deserving marketplace,” said Mr. Jennings.