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Carolina Hurricanes’ 2021-22 Schedule Breakdown

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The Carolina Hurricanes have released the upcoming schedule for the 2021-22 season.

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Carolina Hurricanes 2021-22 Schedule

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1 Thu. 10/14/21 N.Y. Islanders Carolina
2 Sat. 10/16/21 Carolina Nashville
3 Thu. 10/21/21 Carolina Montreal
4 Sat. 10/23/21 Carolina Columbus
5 Mon. 10/25/21 Toronto Carolina
6 Thu. 10/28/21 Boston Carolina
7 Fri. 10/29/21 Chicago Carolina
8 Sun. 10/31/21 Arizona Carolina
9 Wed. 11/3/21 Carolina Chicago
10 Sat. 11/6/21 Carolina Florida
11 Tue. 11/9/21 Carolina Tampa Bay
12 Fri. 11/12/21 Philadelphia Carolina
13 Sat. 11/13/21 St. Louis Carolina
14 Tue. 11/16/21 Carolina Vegas
15 Thu. 11/18/21 Carolina Anaheim
16 Sat. 11/20/21 Carolina Los Angeles
17 Mon. 11/22/21 Carolina San Jose
18 Wed. 11/24/21 Carolina Seattle
19 Fri. 11/26/21 Carolina Philadelphia
20 Sun. 11/28/21 Washington Carolina
21 Tue. 11/30/21 Carolina Dallas
22 Thu. 12/2/21 Ottawa Carolina
23 Sat. 12/4/21 Buffalo Carolina
24 Tue. 12/7/21 Carolina Winnipeg
25 Thu. 12/9/21 Carolina Calgary
26 Sat. 12/11/21 Carolina Edmonton
27 Sun. 12/12/21 Carolina Vancouver
28 Tue. 12/14/21 Carolina Minnesota
29 Thu. 12/16/21 Detroit Carolina
30 Sat. 12/18/21 Los Angeles Carolina
31 Sun. 12/19/21 Nashville Carolina
32 Tue. 12/21/21 Carolina Boston
33 Thu. 12/23/21 Carolina Ottawa
34 Mon. 12/27/21 Florida Carolina
35 Thu. 12/30/21 Montreal Carolina
36 Sat. 1/1/22 Carolina Columbus
37 Mon. 1/3/22 Carolina Toronto
38 Fri. 1/7/22 Calgary Carolina
39 Sat. 1/8/22 Florida Carolina
40 Tue. 1/11/22 Carolina Philadelphia
41 Thu. 1/13/22 Columbus Carolina
42 Sat. 1/15/22 Vancouver Carolina
43 Tue. 1/18/22 Carolina Boston
44 Fri. 1/21/22 N.Y. Rangers Carolina
45 Sat. 1/22/22 Carolina New Jersey
46 Tue. 1/25/22 Vegas Carolina
47 Thu. 1/27/22 Carolina Ottawa
48 Sat. 1/29/22 New Jersey Carolina
49 Sun. 1/30/22 San Jose Carolina
50 Fri. 2/25/22 Columbus Carolina
51 Sun. 2/27/22 Edmonton Carolina
52 Tue. 3/1/22 Carolina Detroit
53 Thu. 3/3/22 Carolina Washington
54 Fri. 3/4/22 Pittsburgh Carolina
55 Sun. 3/6/22 Seattle Carolina
56 Thu. 3/10/22 Colorado Carolina
57 Sat. 3/12/22 Philadelphia Carolina
58 Sun. 3/13/22 Carolina Pittsburgh
59 Thu. 3/17/22 Carolina Toronto
60 Fri. 3/18/22 Washington Carolina
61 Sun. 3/20/22 N.Y. Rangers Carolina
62 Tue. 3/22/22 Tampa Bay Carolina
63 Thu. 3/24/22 Dallas Carolina
64 Sat. 3/26/22 Carolina St. Louis
65 Mon. 3/28/22 Carolina Washington
66 Tue. 3/29/22 Carolina Tampa Bay
67 Thu. 3/31/22 Montreal Carolina
68 Sat. 4/2/22 Minnesota Carolina
69 Tue. 4/5/22 Carolina Buffalo
70 Thu. 4/7/22 Buffalo Carolina
71 Fri. 4/8/22 N.Y. Islanders Carolina
72 Sun. 4/10/22 Anaheim Carolina
73 Tue. 4/12/22 Carolina N.Y. Rangers
74 Thu. 4/14/22 Detroit Carolina
75 Sat. 4/16/22 Carolina Colorado
76 Mon. 4/18/22 Carolina Arizona
77 Thu. 4/21/22 Winnipeg Carolina
78 Sat. 4/23/22 Carolina New Jersey
79 Sun. 4/24/22 Carolina N.Y. Islanders
80 Tue. 4/26/22 Carolina N.Y. Rangers
81 Thu. 4/28/22 New Jersey Carolina
82 Fri. 4/29/22 Carolina Pittsburgh

The NHL has finally released the schedule for the 2021-22 season where, after two straight shortened seasons, the league will hopefully — fingers crossed — return to a normal 82-game schedule.

The Carolina Hurricanes will begin the season at home on Oct. 14 as they host the New York Islanders, immediately followed by a three-game road trip which should work to avoid additional scheduling conflicts with the NC State fair.

The final regular season game of the season is slated for April 29 when the Canes will take on the Pittsburgh Penguins, which means that the playoffs should be expected to start in May and go through June.

The NHL has also set aside a three-week break from February 1-22 for both the NHL All-Star Weekend and a potential 2022 Winter Olympics Break.

The longest homestands will be four four-game stints, one from October 25-31, another from January 29-February 27, another from March 4-12 and the last from March 18-24.

The Canes will have six road trips of three games or more with the longest being six games long spanning from November 16-26.

It will be a busy schedule as Carolina is slotted for 14 sets of back-to-backs, accounting for over a third of the season.

The Hurricanes will also play the NHL’s newest franchise and get the chance to see some familiar faces, when they travel to Seattle on November 24. They will in turn host the Kraken on March 6.

In other news, the defending Central Division regular season champs will be returning to the Metropolitan Division this season, but will thankfully be able to play the rest of the league too this season.