The NHL has released the 2018-19 schedule.
It’s a major update from the one released last spring, which saw the NHL release the schedules for the 2022-23 season and 2023-24 seasons.
Here’s a look at the schedule, which includes a couple of notable changes.
The 2018-2019 schedule has the New Jersey Devils and Toronto Maple Leafs at home, and the Boston Bruins at home against the Columbus Blue Jackets and Pittsburgh Penguins.
It also includes a home-and-home series against the New York Rangers and the New Orleans Kings.
It includes four games in Winnipeg, two in Calgary, two against Ottawa and one in Montreal.
The NHL schedule also has the Philadelphia Flyers at home and the Montreal Canadiens at home.
Here’s a preview of each team’s schedule, along with the teams’ projected playoff positions.
It’s not just the schedule changes that will be interesting to hockey fans.
The NHL is making changes to its TV schedule, and it will be a lot more challenging to get to games.
The 2019-2020 season will be its first since the lockout of 2018-2020.
The 2019-20 season will see the NHL play three exhibition games.
There are two home exhibition games and three road exhibition games on the schedule.
The teams play in Edmonton, Calgary and Buffalo.
The Winnipeg Jets will play three home games and five road games in the 2019-2019 season.
The Jets play four games at home versus the Edmonton Oilers, three against the Calgary Flames and one against the Boston Islanders.
The Montreal Canadiens play three games at Montreal’s Stade Olympique-Émilie and two at the Olympic Stadium.
The three games are at the Forum, Centre d’Orléans and Bell Centre.
The Toronto Maple Leaf will play four home games in 2020-21, four at Toronto’s Rogers Centre and one at the Air Canada Centre.
The games are against the Buffalo Sabres and Toronto Marlies.
The Chicago Blackhawks will play six games at the United Center, six at Soldier Field and three at Soldier Hill.
The team will play at the University of Michigan’s Jack Nicklaus Golf Club.
The Los Angeles Kings will play five games at Staples Center, three at the Staples Center Arena and two home games against the Arizona Coyotes.
The Kings play three at Staples Arena and one home game against the Montreal Marlies in the 2018 playoffs.
The Arizona Coyotes will play two games at Gila River Arena, one at Gatorade Arena and the other at the Desert Diamond in Las Vegas.
The Coyotes play three against Colorado, two at Colorado State and one apiece against the San Jose Sharks and Anaheim Ducks.
The Colorado Avalanche will play seven games at Pepsi Center, seven at Target Center, two home against New Jersey and one away.
The home games are home against Anaheim and San Jose.
The Philadelphia Flyers will play 11 home games, eight at Wells Fargo Center and three away.
Philadelphia will play eight home games at Wells-Rome Arena and five away.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will play nine home games on home ice, six in the Metropolitan Sports Center and five at Consol Energy Center.
The Penguins play three away games at Nationwide Arena, four home against Boston and one each at Pittsburgh, Boston University and the University at Buffalo.