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The 2021-22 New York Rangers schedule

The NHL has announced the 2021-22 schedule for the Rangers.

The Rangers will open in Washington on October 13th and the home opener will be October 14th against Dallas.

From the Rangers:


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  • “The Rangers return to the Metropolitan Division and Eastern Conference for the 2021-22 season.
  • The Blueshirts will play their first all-time game against the Seattle Kraken on Sunday, Oct. 31 at Seattle. In addition, New York will host Seattle for the first time on Sunday, Jan. 30 at MSG.
  • The Blueshirts will play nine of their first 12 games this season, as well as 14 of their first 21 games this season, on the road.
  • The Rangers will conclude the season with 10 of their final 14 games at MSG (and with their four road games during the stretch at New Jersey, Philadelphia, NY Islanders, and Boston).”

The Rangers will play the Hurricanes, Devils, Islanders, Pittsburgh and Flyers four times and three games against Washington and Columbus.

October:

  • October 13 @ Washington
  • October 14: Dallas
  • October 16 @ Montreal
  • October 18 @ Toronto
  • October 21 @ Nashville
  • October 23 @ Ottawa
  • October 25: Calgary
  • October 29: Columbus
  • October 31: @ Seattle

November:

  • November 2 @ Vancouver
  • November 5 @ Edmonton
  • November 6 @ Calgary
  • November 8: Florida
  • November 13th @ Columbus
  • November 14: New Jersey
  • November 16: Montreal
  • November 18 @ Toronto
  • November 20 @ Ottawa
  • November 21: Buffalo
  • November 24 @ Islanders
  • November 26 @ Boston
  • November 28: Islanders

December:

  • December 1: Philly
  • December 3: San Jose
  • December 4: Chicago
  • December 7 @ Chicago
  • December 8: Colorado
  • December 10 @ Buffalo
  • December 12: Nashville
  • December 15: @ Colorado
  • December 17: Vegas
  • December 22: Montreal
  • December 27: Detroit
  • December 29 @ Florida
  • December 31 @ Tampa

January:

  • Jan 2: Tampa
  • Jan 3: Edmonton
  • Jan 6 @ Vegas
  • Jan 8 @ Anaheim
  • Jan 10 @ LA
  • Jan 13 @ San Jose
  • Jan 15 @ Philly
  • Jan 19: Toronto
  • Jan 21: @ Carolina
  • Jan 22: Arizona
  • Jan 24: LA
  • Jan 27: @ Columbus
  • Jan 28: Minnesota
  • Jan 30: Seattle

February:

  • Feb 1: Florida
  • All-Star and Olympic Break
  • Feb 24: Washington
  • Feb 26: @ Pittsburgh
  • Feb 27: Vancouver

March:

  • March 2: St. Louis
  • March 4: New Jersey
  • March 6: @ Winnipeg
  • March 10: St. Louis
  • March 12: @ Dallas
  • March 15: Anaheim
  • March 19: @ Tampa
  • March 20: @Carolina
  • March 22: @ New Jersey
  • March 25: Pittsburgh
  • March 27: Buffalo
  • March 29: @ Pittsburgh
  • March 30: @ Detroit

April:

  • April 1: Islanders
  • April 3: Philly
  • April 5: @New Jersey
  • April 7: Pittsburgh
  • April 9: Ottawa
  • April 12: Carolina
  • April 13: @ Philly
  • April 16: Detroit
  • April 19: Winnipeg
  • April 21: @ Isles
  • April 23: @ Boston
  • April 24: Boston
  • April 26: Carolina
  • April 29: Washington