It was revealed on Tuesday night that the Rangers would play two games at Yankee Stadium as a way to build up local interest heading into the Super Bowl at Met Life Stadium.
They will take on the Devils and Islanders in late January.
At USA Today, Kevin Allen writes that the NHL took the diplomatic approach in regards to the Rangers opponent at Yankee Stadium next season.
He says that the league has wanted to play in Yankee Stadium since 2008 and with the league expanding outdoor games in the USA past the Winter Classic, they have their opportunity.
Allen notes that the league gave the Rangers two games, one against the Devils and one against the Islanders, as a way of not angering the left out team and the boost it could give the Isles and Devils with season tickets.
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