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The 2017-18 Schedule For Whatever Is Your Vancouver Canucks

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Here comes the pain.

Calgary Flames v Vancouver Canucks - Game One
Remember the playoffs? Me neither.
Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images

The Vancouver Canucks will play their first game at home against Edmonton (spits) on Saturday, October 7th. Here’s the rest of the fun.

By the way the NHL thinks none of these are worthy of top ten games of next year. Can you blame them?

The Canucks PR, however, calls out Oct 7-14 as notable because it’s all Canadian opponents. Pens swing into town on November 4th and we can see Sbisa suck for Vegas on November 16th. November and March are their busy months with 15 games in each. They’ll also have 10 back to back games, their fewest since 2013.

Anything else jump out at you?

Preseason (PST)

  • 9/16 @ Los Angeles - 2 pm
  • 9/17 vs Las Vegas - 2 pm
  • 9/20 @ Calgary - 7 pm
  • 9/21 vs Los Angeles @ Shanghai - TBD
  • 9/22 @ Edmonton - 7 pm
  • 9/23 vs Los Angeles @ Beijing - TBD
  • 9/28 vs Calgary - 7 pm
  • 9/30 vs Edmonton - 7 pm

Regular Season Hell (EST)

  • Oct. 7 Edmonton 10:00
  • Oct. 10 Ottawa 10:00
  • Oct. 12 Winnipeg 10:00
  • Oct. 14 Calgary 10:00
  • Oct. 17 at Ottawa 7:30
  • Oct. 19 at Boston 7:00
  • Oct. 20 at Buffalo 7:00
  • Oct. 22 at Detroit 7:00
  • Oct. 24 at Minnesota 8:00
  • Oct. 26 Washington 10:00
  • Oct. 30 Dallas 10:00
  • Nov. 1 New Jersey 10:00
  • Nov. 4 Pittsburgh 10:00
  • Nov. 6 Detroit 10:00
  • Nov. 7 at Calgary 9:00
  • Nov. 9 at Anaheim 10:00
  • Nov. 11 at San Jose 10:00
  • Nov. 14 at Los Angeles 10:30
  • Nov. 16 Vegas 10:00
  • Nov. 18 St. Louis 10:00
  • Nov. 21 at Philadelphia 7:00
  • Nov. 22 at Pittsburgh 7:00
  • Nov. 24 at New Jersey 7:00
  • Nov. 26 at NY Rangers 2:00
  • Nov. 28 at NY Islanders 7:00
  • Nov. 30 at Nashville 8:00
  • Dec. 2 Toronto 7:00
  • Dec. 5 Carolina 10:00
  • Dec. 7 Philadelphia 10:00
  • Dec. 9 at Calgary 10:00
  • Dec. 11 at Winnipeg 8:00
  • Dec. 13 Nashville 10:00
  • Dec. 15 San Jose 10:00
  • Dec. 17 Calgary 8:00
  • Dec. 19 Montreal 10:00
  • Dec. 21 at San Jose 10:30
  • Dec. 23 St. Louis 10:00
  • Dec. 28 Chicago 10:00
  • Dec. 30 Los Angeles 10:00
  • Jan. 2 Anaheim 10:00
  • Jan. 6 at Toronto 7:00
  • Jan. 7 at Montreal 7:00
  • Jan. 9 at Washington 7:00
  • Jan. 12 at Columbus 7:00
  • Jan. 14 at Minnesota 7:00
  • Jan. 20 at Edmonton 10:00
  • Jan. 21 at Winnipeg 8:00
  • Jan. 23 Los Angeles 10:00
  • Jan. 25 Buffalo 10:00
  • Jan. 30 Colorado 10:00
  • Feb. 1 Chicago 10:00
  • Feb. 3 Tampa Bay 10:00
  • Feb. 6 at Florida 7:30
  • Feb. 8 at Tampa Bay 7:30
  • Feb. 9 at Carolina 7:30
  • Feb. 11 at Dallas 4:00
  • Feb. 14 Florida 10:00
  • Feb. 15 at San Jose 10:30
  • Feb. 17 Boston 10:00
  • Feb. 20 Colorado 10:00
  • Feb. 23 at Vegas 10:30
  • Feb. 25 at Arizona 9:30
  • Feb. 26 at Colorado 9:00
  • Feb. 28 NY Rangers 10:00
  • Mar. 2 Nashville 10:00
  • Mar. 5 NY Islanders 10:00
  • Mar. 7 Arizona 10:00
  • Mar. 9 Minnesota 10:00
  • Mar. 11 at Arizona 9:00
  • Mar. 12 at Los Angeles 10:30
  • Mar. 14 at Anaheim 10:00
  • Mar. 17 San Jose 10:00
  • Mar. 20 at Vegas 10:00
  • Mar. 22 at Chicago 8:30
  • Mar. 23 at St. Louis 8:00
  • Mar. 25 at Dallas 7:00
  • Mar. 27 Anaheim 10:00
  • Mar. 29 Edmonton 10:00
  • Mar. 31 Columbus 4:00
  • Apr. 3 Vegas 10:00
  • Apr. 5 Arizona 10:00
  • Apr. 7 at Edmonton 10:00