This week’s NHL offseason season, Wednesday night’s awards ceremony and expansion draft, followed by Friday and Saturday amateur drafts.
Well, let’s not forget to release the 2017-18 schedule, because after all, the other tournaments exist because they play the game. As the NHL has done in recent years, the league announced the opening of all teams on Wednesday at 11 am in San Luis on Wednesday, followed by a timetable at 2 pm.
The schedules of the season will vary, with the expansion of the Las Vegas Golden Knight, NHL 31 franchise in the Western Conference also has 15. Seven teams in the central sector will be 26 Division Division. The club will be in the division of the four teams for two home and road races, a series of three home games and two road races, a series of two home games and three road races.
The central department will play three games against all eight Pacific Division. This will include four series with two family games and a road game, four games with a family game and two road games in total for 24 games. The remaining 32 games of 82 games will be made up of each of the 16 league teams in the Eastern Conference.
The recent release of the Blues preseason has several highlights.
The eight games included confrontation with former coach Ken Hitchcock, as well as neutral sites Belle Vernon, Pa. And Kansas City match.
The plan from September 19 against Dallas Star, now led by the former Blues boss. On September 24th, the blues will be in Belle Vernon, a game called Kraft Hockeyville, a defensive Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Then on September 28th, the team will meet at the Minnesota Wildlife Park with the Kelvin Sprint Center.
This is the preseason schedule, in addition to Dallas, Pittsburgh and Minnesota will also see the blues face of Columbus and Washington:
Sept. 19: @ Dallas Stars, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 20: vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, 7 p.m.
Sept. 22: @ Washington Capitals, 6 p.m.
Sept. 23: vs. Dallas Stars, 7 p.m.
Sept. 24: @ Pittsburgh Penguins, TBA
Sept. 26: @ Columbus Blue Jackets, 6 p.m.
Sept. 28: Vs. Minnesota Wild, 7 p.m.
Oct. 1: vs. Washington Capitals, 2 p.m.