NHL: 2014 NHL Preseason Schedule Released

With 50 days to go until the 2014-15 NHL season, the preseason schedule was announced Tuesday. The 15-day schedule will begin Sunday, September 21, leading up to the regular season, which starts October 8.

All times listed below are ET.

September 21

Columbus at Carolina, 1:30pm

Buffalo at Washington, 5:00pm

St. Luis at Columbus, 6:00pm

Calgary at Edmonton, 8:00pm

Edmonton at Calgary, 8:00pm


September 22

 Ottawa vs. NY Islanders at St. Johns, NL, double-header, 1:30pm and 6:00pm

New Jersey at NY Rangers, 7:00pm

Toronto vs. Philadelphia at London, ON, 7:00pm

Washington at Philadelphia, 7:00pm

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 7:00pm

Minnesota at Winnipeg, 8:00pm

St. Luis at Dallas, 8:30pm

Anaheim at Colorado, 9:00pm

Colorado at Anaheim, 10:00pm

Los Angeles at Arizona, 10:00pm

Arizona at Los Angeles, 10:30pm


September 23

 Carolina at Buffalo, 7:00pm

Pittsburgh at Columbus, 7:00pm

Boston at Montréal, 7:30pm

Philadelphia at Toronto, 7:30pm

Nashville at Tampa Bay, 7:30

Detroit at Chicago, 8:30

San Jose at Vancouver, 9:00pm

Arizona at Anaheim, 10:00pm

Vancouver vs. San Jose at Stockton, CA, 10:30pm


September 24

 Arizona vs. Calgary at Sylvan Lake, AB, 7:30pm

Carolina at NY Islanders, 7:00pm

Washington at Boston, 7:00pm

Dallas at Florida, 7:30pm

Ottawa at Toronto, 7:30pm

Toronto at Ottawa, 7:30pm

Edmonton at Winnipeg, 8:00pm


September 25

 New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7:00pm

Minnesota at Pittsburgh, 7:00pm

Chicago at Detroit, 7:30pm

Colorado at Montréal, 7:30pm

Tampa Bay at Nashville, 8:00pm

Columbus at St. Luis, 8:00pm

Vancouver at Calgary, 9:00pm

Anaheim at Los Angeles, 10:30pm


September 26

 Toronto at Buffalo, 7:00pm

Montréal vs. Colorado at Quebec City, QC, 7:00pm

Boston at Washington, 7:00pm

Dallas at Tampa Bay, 7:30pm

New Jersey vs. NY Islanders at Brooklyn, NY, 7:30pm

NY Rangers at Chicago, 8:30pm

Calgary at Vancouver, 10:00pm

Arizona at San Jose, 10:30pm


September 27

Florida at Nashville, 4:00pm

Columbus at Pittsburgh, 4:00pm

Boston at Detroit, 7:00pm

Florida at Nashville, 8:00pm

Winnipeg at Arizona, 8:00pm

Dallas vs. St. Luis at Kansas City, MO, 8:00pm

Anaheim at San Jose, 8:00pm


September 28

Chicago vs. Edmonton at Saskatoon, SK, 6:00pm

Washington at Montréal, 6:00pm

Philadelphia at New Jersey, 7:00pm

Buffalo at Toronto, 7:00pm

Calgary at Colorado, 8:00pm

Los Angeles at Anaheim, 8:00pm


September 29

Philadelphia at NY Rangers, 7:00pm

Toronto at Detroit, 7:30pm

Columbus at Nashville, 8:00pm

Pittsburgh at Minnesota, 8:00pm

Florida at Dallas, 8:30pm

Winnipeg at Edmonton, 9:00pm

Arizona at Vancouver, 9:00pm


September 30

NY Islanders at Boston, 7:00pm

NY Rangers at Philadelphia, 7:00pm

Carolina at St. Louis, 8:00pm

Ottawa at Winnipeg, 8:00pm

Tampa Bay at Dallas, 8:30pm

Colorado at Calgary, 9:00pm

Los Angeles at San Jose, 10:30pm


October 1

Washington at Buffalo, 7:00pm

Carolina at Columbus, 7:00pm

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 7:30pm

Montréal at Chicago, 8:30

Arizona at Edmonton, 9:00pm


October 2

NY Islanders at New Jersey, 7:00pm

Philadelphia at Washington, 7:00pm

Tampa Bay at Florida, 7:30pm

Minnesota at St. Louis, 8:00pm

Winnipeg at Calgary, 9:00pm

Vancouver at Edmonton, 9:00pm

Los Angeles vs. Colorado at Colorado Springs, CO, 9:00pm


October 3

Buffalo at Carolina, 7:00pm

Chicago at NY Rangers, 7:00pm

Montréal at Ottawa, 7:30pm

Detroit at Toronto, 7:30pm

Boston vs. NY Islanders at Bridgeport, CT, 7:30pm

San Jose at Arizona, 10:00pm


October 4

Detroit at Boston, 5:30pm

Nashville at Columbus, 7:00pm

Florida at Tampa Bay, 7:00pm

Ottawa at Montréal, 7:00pm

NY Rangers at New Jersey, 7:00pm

Calgary at Winnipeg, 8:00pm

St. Luis at Minnesota, 8:00pm

Colorado vs. Los Angeles at Las Vegas, NV, 10:00pm

Edmonton at Vancouver, 10:00pm

San Jose at Anaheim, 10:00pm


October 5

Carolina at Washington, 3:00pm


The regular season starts three days later. Montréal and Toronto are the first two teams to take the ice this season, playing at Air Canada Centre at 7:00pm ET.


Megan Plain

Megan Plain

Megan is a sophomore attending the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. She was raised in Southern California and grew up and avid sports fan. In her spare time you will find her at the beach or watching Netflix. You can follow Megan on Twitter @MeganPlain


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