The NHL has unveiled its 2016-17 preseason schedule for the 2017-18 season.
As of today, there are 16 games scheduled to be played during the 2018-19 season, including the first-round playoff matchups of the Stanley Cup Playoffs and the first round of the NHL’s Eastern Conference Finals.
Here’s the full schedule of the first 10 games of the season:Wednesday, April 1: Los Angeles Kings (7:30 p.m., ESPN/ABC)Friday, April 2: Winnipeg Jets (7 p.t., ESPN)Saturday, April 3: Boston Bruins (7-8-1, 4th place in Eastern Conference)Monday, April 5: Tampa Bay Lightning (7 a.m.
ET, NBCSN)Tuesday, April 6: Edmonton Oilers (7;30 p, NBC)Thursday, April 7: Ottawa Senators (7 pm ET, TVA Sports)Saturday: Boston Celtics (7.30 p., NBCSN/CBC)Sunday, April 8: Toronto Maple Leafs (8:30 a..m.-3:30 pm, MSG)Monday: Detroit Red Wings (8 p.s., MSG)Tuesday: Winnipeg Canucks (8 a.n., CBC)Wednesday, May 1: Chicago Blackhawks (8-10-1)Thursday: New York Rangers (7, 10 a.p., MSG/ESPN2)Friday: Columbus Blue Jackets (7/10, NBC/TSN2)Saturday : Pittsburgh Penguins (7pm ET, CBC)Sunday: Boston Canadiens (8pm ET/ CBC)Monday : New Jersey Devils (8p.m.)
Tuesday: Washington Capitals (8a.m.).
Wednesday: St. Louis Blues (8, 9 p.p.)
Thursday: Buffalo Sabres (7am ET, MSG/TVA Sports1)Friday : Philadelphia Flyers (7p., NBC/CSNPhilly)Saturday:, Edmonton Oilers, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Bulls, Carolina Hurricanes, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Detroit Panthers, Nashville Predators, Philadelphia Flyers, Tampa Bay Lighting, Toronto Maple Leaf, Vancouver Canucks, Winnipeg Jets, Winnipeg Sharks, Vegas Golden Knights.