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NHL Plans An 82 Game Schedule For The 2002-2021 Season


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The NHL is planning for a full 82-game schedule next season and the usual four-round, best-of-7 format in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Commissioner Gary Bettman said Saturday. 

And: The NHL initially targeted Dec. 1 as a possible start date for next season with the understanding that it was flexible and could be pushed back. Commissioner Bettman said next season might not begin until late December, if not possibly January.

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https://www.nhl.com/news/bettman-nhl-plans-82-game-schedule-next-season/c-319107938

 

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7 minutes ago, kinot-2 said:

The NHL is planning for a full 82-game schedule next season and the usual four-round, best-of-7 format in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Commissioner Gary Bettman said Saturday. 

And: The NHL initially targeted Dec. 1 as a possible start date for next season with the understanding that it was flexible and could be pushed back. Commissioner Bettman said next season might not begin until late December, if not possibly January.

Full article here:

https://www.nhl.com/news/bettman-nhl-plans-82-game-schedule-next-season/c-319107938

 

I'll give them about 10% odds of actually being able to play a full 82 games and playoffs before the end of July. Bettman also said he doesn't want to play into summer, so not sure where these games are all going to go in the schedule.

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On 9/19/2020 at 5:56 PM, BigTed3 said:

I'll give them about 10% odds of actually being able to play a full 82 games and playoffs before the end of July. Bettman also said he doesn't want to play into summer, so not sure where these games are all going to go in the schedule.

5 games per week every week for every team.
To quote Marc Bergevin:  "You can never have too many defensemen" :4224:

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