NHL releases full preseason schedule; New York Rangers play one game in Connecticut
The NHL released its full preseason schedule yesterday with full dates, times, and venues for the each game.
The Rangers were set to play six times this exhibition season with their final exhibition game before the regular season against the Islanders. That contest will take place at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
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New York Rangers preseason schedule
Below is the information for each NY Rangers exhibition game before the start of the season. They open on 10/13 against the Capitals in Washington at 7:30 PM.
- 9/26 vs New York Islanders, at MSG (7 PM)
- 9/28 vs Boston Bruins, at MSG (7 PM)
- 10/1 vs New Jersey Devils, at Prudential Center, (7 PM)
- 10/2 vs Boston Bruins, at TD Garden (7 PM)
- 10/6 vs New Jersey Devils, at MSG (7 PM)
- 10/9 vs New York Islanders, at Webster Bank Arena in CT (7 PM)
Another important and noteworthy aspect in the recently released 2021-22 regular season schedule is it isn’t finalized. The NHL included a two-week pause from Feb. 7-22 to allow its players to participate in the Olympics. While the break is scheduled, the league, the NHL Players’ Association and the International Ice Hockey Federation still must reach an agreement on issues regarding player participation, which include COVID-19 insurance.
Larry Brooks recently reported that the IIHF agreed to purchase insurance for NHL players participating. This points to the current schedule with its Olympic pause staying in place.
According to the latest reports, Jack Eichel has not had any surgery on his neck. This will certainly cause him to miss time this regular season. Read more.