Training Camp Festival Will Take Place on Sunday, September 15
Tickets for Regular-Season Home Games on Sale Tuesday, August 20
In conjunction with the National Hockey League, the Chicago Blackhawks announced today the team's 2019-20 regular-season schedule. In addition, the team's annual Training Camp Festival will take place on Sunday, September 15.
The organization's regular season launches on October 4 in Prague, Czech Republic when the club faces the Philadelphia Flyers as part of the 2019 NHL Global Series at O2 Arena at 8 p.m. Central European Time/1 p.m. Chicago Time. The team will open the home portion of its schedule on Thursday, October 10, in a matchup against the San Jose Sharks at 7:30 p.m. at the United Center.
Nineteen of the team's 41 home contests will take place on weekends, including six Fridays, two Saturdays and 11 Sundays. The Blackhawks longest homestand of the season takes place when the team returns from overseas, with seven games from October 10 -24. Chicago's longest road trip includes a five-game Canadian stretch from February 9 - 16.
Single-game tickets for the team's regular-season home games at the United Center will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, August 20 at noon on blackhawks.com. The full 2019-20 season's promotional schedule, including gameday giveaways and special events, will be released at a later date.
The Blackhawks are currently accepting deposits for groups, 21-Game Mikita Plans and 9-Game Hull Plans for the 2019-20 regular season. Placing a deposit today for a group outing or partial season ticket plan is the only way for fans to secure their priority purchase opportunity before the general public. Interested fans can visit Blackhawks.com/tickets or call 312-455-7000 to be connected to a ticketing representative for more information.
Under the NHL's current schedule format, the Blackhawks will play the other six teams within their division for a total of 26 games. Chicago will play four games each against Colorado, Dallas, Minnesota and St. Louis (two home/two away), while playing five games each against Nashville (three home/two away) and Winnipeg (two home/three away).
Chicago will play the remaining eight Western Conference teams three times each for a total of 24 games. The Blackhawks will host two games against Anaheim, Edmonton, Los Angeles and San Jose, while traveling to each of those cities for one contest. The team will play one home game against Arizona, Calgary, Vancouver and Vegas, with two road contests against each of those clubs. The Blackhawks will meet each Eastern Conference team once at home and once on the road for a total of 32 out-of-conference games.
NBC Sports Chicago, the official television broadcasting partner of the Blackhawks, will be the exclusive carrier of all local game broadcasts. All 82 Blackhawks games can also be heard on Chicago's WGN Radio 720. The complete broadcast schedule will also be announced at a later date.