NHL players know which hotels they'll be assigned to upon arriving in their respective bubble cities, and now the public does, too.
The league released hotel assignments to each team, TSN's Bob McKenzie reported on Thursday's "Insider Trading."
The Eastern Conference's top five teams will stay at Hotel X in Toronto, which is located on the Canadian National Exhibition grounds, where there will be a 40-acre campus-like village for the players.
|Hotel X (Toronto)|
|Tampa Bay Lightning|
The remaining teams in the Eastern Conference will call the Fairmont Royal York in downtown Toronto home, which is located just outside the bubble. McKenzie notes the hotels will be "fully locked down."
|Royal York (Toronto)|
|New York Islanders|
|Toronto Maple Leafs|
|Columbus Blue Jackets|
|New York Rangers|
In the Western Conference, the top six teams will set up at the JW Marriott in Edmonton, which is connected to Rogers Place, the Oilers' state-of-the-art home.
|JW Marriott (Edmonton)|
|St. Louis Blues|
|Vegas Golden Knights|
The remaining teams in the west will stay at the nearby Sutton Place Hotel, which is about a five-minute walk to Rogers Place.
|Sutton Place (Edmonton)|
Players are expected to travel to their hub cities on July 26, with the qualifying round reportedly beginning July 31.