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Six outdoor tilts on NHL slate
Home highlights for the Bruins include their annual day-after-Thanksgiving matinee on Nov. 29 against the New York Rangers at 1 p.m. and a Stanley Cup Final rematch with the Chicago Blackhawks on March 27 at 7 p.m.
Road highlights include two season-long four-game road trips. The first road swing will see the Bruins travel through Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver from Dec. 8-14. The second four-game trip begins March 27 and runs through April 2 when the B’s head to Washington, Philadelphia, Detroit and Toronto.
The NHL regular season opens Oct. 1 with the Toronto Maple Leafs visiting the Montreal Canadiens. The Blackhawks will then raise their championship banner before taking on the visiting Washington Capitals.
Six outdoor games will be played starting with the NHL Winter Classic on Jan. 1 when the Maple Leafs take on Detroit at Michigan Stadium at 12:30 p.m.
A new divisional alignment takes effect starting this season that ensures that all 30 teams play in all 30 NHL arenas at least once.
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