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NHL releases 2013-2014 schedule, confirms participation in 2014 Olympics

Friday, July 19th, 2013

Buy 2013-2014 NHL ticketsAfter a week of waiting and false alarms, the National Hockey schedule for the 2013-2014 season was finally released today. The new season is set to begin October 1st, 2013 and features six outdoor stadium games on the schedule. The NHL also officially confirmed the participation of its players in the 2014 Sochi Olympics, which leads to a two-week break in the February schedule.

Read the official press release and full schedule from the NHL.

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NHL, NHLPA approve realignment for 2013-2014 season

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

NHL fans tired of seeing the same divisional teams over and over again will likely welcome the latest plan to re-align the league’s 30 teams. The league’s Board of Governors approved the new 4-division format today and we will see the new divisions come into effect next season. Each team will play in all 30 cities at least once, so fans will get to see inter-conference play that was omitted from this season.

The new alignment will place 16 teams in the Eastern Conference and 14 in the Western Conference. Post-season play will still include 16 teams, eight from each conference with wild-card provisions in place.

The new divisions will consist of the following teams:
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2013 NHL Regular Season Schedule Released, Features In-Conference Games Only

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

It’s about 3 months late, but the start of the National Hockey League season is finally set for January 19th. With both the NHL owners and players wrapping up the ratification process on Saturday morning, the long-awaited 2013 schedule was released later that evening.

Link to the full NHL game and broadcast schedule (via NHL.com)

While fans are probably more than a little excited about the return of NHL hockey to our arenas and televisions, they are likely disappointed with the fact that the schedule features in-conference games only. This means fans looking for a renewal of the Canucks-Bruins rivalry or for Sid the Kid to come out West will either have to hope for a match-up in the Stanley Cup Finals, or wait til next year.
Does the in-conference only schedule affect whether you’ll be going back to NHL hockey this year? Or are you excited for hockey anyway?

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