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North American home openers for 2011-12 season

Thursday, 06.23.2011 / 2:00 PM / 2011 NHL Face-Off

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North American home openers for 2011-12 season
Here is a complete list of North American home openers for all 30 NHL clubs
While four NHL teams open the seasons in Europe, and will function as designated home teams, here is a complete list of North American home openers for all 30 NHL clubs:

ANAHEIM – Friday, Oct. 14, San Jose
BOSTON – Thursday, Oct. 6, Philadelphia
BUFFALO – Friday, Oct. 14, Carolina
CALGARY – Saturday, Oct. 8, Pittsburgh
CAROLINA – Friday, Oct. 7, Tampa Bay
CHICAGO – Saturday, Oct. 8, Dallas
COLORADO – Saturday, Oct. 8, Detroit
COLUMBUS – Friday, Oct. 7, Nashville
DALLAS – Friday, Oct. 7, Chicago
DETROIT – Friday, Oct. 7, Ottawa
EDMONTON – Sunday, Oct. 9, Pittsburgh
FLORIDA – Saturday, Oct. 15, Tampa Bay
LOS ANGELES – Tuesday, Oct. 18, St. Louis
MINNESOTA – Saturday, Oct. 8, Columbus
MONTREAL – Thursday, Oct. 13, Calgary
NASHVILLE – Thursday, Oct. 13, Phoenix
NEW JERSEY – Saturday, Oct. 8, Philadelphia
NY ISLANDERS – Saturday, Oct. 8, Florida
NY RANGERS – Thursday, Oct. 27, Toronto
OTTAWA – Tuesday, Oct. 11, Minnesota
PHILADELPHIA – Wednesday, Oct. 12, Vancouver
PHOENIX – Saturday, Oct. 15, Winnipeg
PITTSBURGH – Tuesday, Oct. 11, Florida
ST. LOUIS – Saturday, Oct. 8, Nashville
SAN JOSE – Saturday, Oct. 8, Phoenix
TAMPA BAY – Monday, Oct. 17, Florida
TORONTO – Thursday, Oct. 6, Montreal
VANCOUVER – Thursday, Oct. 6, Pittsburgh
WASHINGTON – Saturday, Oct. 8, Carolina
WINNIPEG – Sunday, Oct. 9, Montreal


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