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Montreal, Boston selected as sites for hockey's 4 Nations Face-Off tournament next season

Montreal and Boston will be the host cities for the 4 Nations Face-Off tournament in February, the NHL announced Saturday along with releasing the schedule for the event.

In Montreal, Canada plays Sweden on Feb. 12, the U.S. plays Finland on Feb. 13, then a doubleheader — Finland vs. Sweden and the U.S. vs. Canada — awaits on Feb. 15.

In Boston, play resumes Feb. 17 with another doubleheader with Canada meeting Finland and Sweden meeting the U.S. The championship game is there on Feb. 20.

National Hockey League Players Association director Marty Walsh said 90 NHL players will be taking part in the tournament. National federations will start releasing rosters — six names apiece — on June 28, with the rest of the rosters expected by the end of 2024.

Montreal and Boston stood out as host site options, the league said.

"Two iconic cities and we felt it was important to have some exposure, some venue in Canada as well as the United States," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said.

The NHL and the NHLPA announced shortly before Bettman's news conference that the salary cap for next season will be $88 million US, up $4.5 million from this season and up slightly — $300,000 — over what the projection was back in December.

"I know the general managers and the teams are excited to have more flexibility," Bettman said. "And it means that the revenues are as robust as we've been telling you all along."

The lower limit was set at $65 million, with a midpoint of $76.5 million.

Added Bettman: "I predict it will continue to go up."

There is no time of year where South Florida would offer a suitable climate for the NHL to play an outdoor game.

That is, unless it was indoors — like at loanDepot Park, the 37,000-seat stadium in Miami's