After months of waiting, the NHL has finally unveiled the schedule for the next season. And the Montreal Canadiens begin Jan. 13, against the Maple Leafs, where the Toronto team will be home at that time.
Because it is true that the various public health authorities of the five Canadian provinces where the NHL teams are located have still not approved the holding of games. It is a file to follow.
This first game against the Maple Leafs will be followed by five other away games: January 16 and 18 against the Edmonton Oilers, then January 20, 21 and 23 against the Vancouver Canucks.
This streak will be followed by a five-day break and then seven home games. The Canadiens will then host the Calgary Flames (twice), Canucks (twice), Ottawa Senators, Maple Leafs and Oilers between January 28 and February 11.
In total, the Canadian will face the Leafs and Senators 10 times each, and the other clubs in the new all-Canadian division 9 times each.
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