Bruins Announce 2021-2022 Schedule
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The National Hockey League announced today, July 22, the schedule for the Boston Bruins 2021-22 regular season, presented by Ticketmaster. The full schedule can be found below. Timing information and both regional and national broadcast information will be released at a later date.
The Black & Gold will kick off the season with the home opener against the Dallas Stars at TD Garden on Saturday, October 16. The Bruins will then set out on their first road trip of the season and play games against the Philadelphia Flyers (10/20) and Buffalo Sabres (10/22).
Other key games on the schedule include an away/home back-to-back against Florida (10/27 & 10/30); the Bruins’ first trip to Toronto to face the Maple Leafs (11/6); the Montreal Canadien’s first trip to TD Garden (11/14); Tampa Bay’s first trip to Boston (12/4); the Western Canada swing, taking on the Vancouver Canucks (12/8), Edmonton Oilers (12/9) and Calgary Flames (12/11); a three game-road trip to play Tampa Bay (1/8), Washington (1/10) and Montreal (1/12).
The Bruins’ six-game homestand in January is its longest of the season. During that period, the Philadelphia Flyers (1/13), Nashville Predators (1/15), Carolina Hurricanes (1/18), Washington Capitals (1/20), Winnipeg Jets (1/22) and Anaheim Ducks (1/24) pay a visit to Boston. The Seattle Kraken make their first-ever trip to the TD Garden (2/1).
The 2022 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 4-5.
Following the break, the Bruins embark on their longest road trip of the season. The Bruins will play six games over 11 days, including their first-ever trip to Seattle to face the Kraken (2/24). The remaining five matchups on the road trip come against the San Jose Sharks (2/26), Los Angeles Kings (2/28), Anaheim Ducks (3/1), Vegas Golden Knights (3/3) and Columbus Blue Jackets (3/5). In late April, the Bruins have a home/away back-to-back against the N.Y. Rangers (4/23 & 4/24) before closing out the regular season on the road against the Toronto Maple Leafs (4/29).
The Boston Bruins also announced today that Individual Game Tickets for the 2021-22 season will go on sale to the public on Friday, July 23 at 2 p.m. ET. Fans may learn more and purchase tickets by visiting BostonBruins.com/Tickets. The full season schedule can be found below.
BRUINS 2021-22 TICKET INFORMATION:
Prior to the public on-sale on Friday, July 23 at 2 p.m. ET, Bruins Season Ticket Holders, Game Plan Holders and Season Ticket Wait Listers will receive special presale access. Fans who would like to get first access to tickets are encouraged to sign up for the Boston Bruins Newsletter at BostonBruins.com/Newsletter. Tickets for all home games will go on sale to the general public at 2 p.m. ET.
For games played at TD Garden, tickets will range from $50.00 – $499.00. In addition to seat location, ticket prices will vary depending on opponent and date of game. Please note that ticket prices are subject to change and there is an eight-ticket limit per game.
Although full-season ticket packages are sold out, Bruins fans can join the Season Ticket Waiting List to score priority access for when full-season ticket packages become available. To join the Season Ticket Waiting List, fans can go to BostonBruins.com/SeasonTicketWaitingList. Additionally, a limited number of memberships are available in the Boston Garden Society at the TD Garden, including Rafters, TD Garden’s newest membership offering. Fans interested in Rafters can contact Rafters@tdgarden.com. Fans interested in the Boston Garden Society can contact BostonGardenSociety@tdgarden.com.
The Boston Bruins use only mobile ticketing, which requires fans to use their mobile device to enter the TD Garden. Mobile tickets can be accessed via the TD Garden or Boston Bruins mobile app.
Single game suite rentals that accommodate from 18-200 fans will also be available. For more information or to purchase email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOSTON BRUINS 2021-22 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE:
*Timing and broadcast information will be announced by the NHL at a later date
Saturday, October 16 vs. Dallas
Wednesday, October 20 @ Philadelphia
Friday, October 22 @ Buffalo
Sunday, October 24 vs. San Jose
Monday, October 25 @ Carolina
Wednesday, October 27 @ Florida
Saturday, October 30 vs. Florida
Thursday, November 4 vs. Detroit
Saturday, November 6 @ Toronto
Tuesday, November 9 vs. Ottawa
Thursday, November 11 vs. Edmonton
Saturday, November 13 @ New Jersey
Sunday, November 14 vs. Montreal
Saturday, November 20 @ Philadelphia
Sunday, November 21 vs. Calgary
Wednesday, November 24 @ Buffalo
Friday, November 26 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Sunday, November 28 vs. Vancouver
Tuesday, November 30 vs. Carolina
Thursday, December 2 @ Nashville
Saturday, December 4 vs. Tampa Bay
Wednesday, December 8 @ Vancouver
Thursday, December 9 @ Edmonton
Saturday, December 11 @ Calgary
Tuesday, December 14 vs. Vegas
Wednesday, December 15 @ N.Y. Islanders
Saturday, December 18 @ Montreal
Sunday, December 19 @ Ottawa
Tuesday, December 21 vs. Detroit
Thursday, December 23 vs. Colorado
Monday, December 27 vs. Pittsburgh
Wednesday, December 29 @ Ottawa
Saturday, January 1 vs. Buffalo
Sunday, January 2 @ Detroit
Tuesday, January 4 vs. New Jersey
Thursday, January 6 vs. Minnesota
Saturday, January 8 @ Tampa Bay
Monday, January 10 @ Washington
Wednesday, January 12 @ Montreal
Thursday, January 13 vs. Philadelphia
Saturday, January 15 vs. Nashville
Tuesday, January 18 vs. Carolina
Thursday, January 20 vs. Washington
Saturday, January 22 vs. Winnipeg
Monday, January 24 vs. Anaheim
Wednesday, January 26 @ Colorado
Friday, January 28 @ Arizona
Sunday, January 30 @ Dallas
Tuesday, February 1 vs. Seattle
Thursday, February 24 @ Seattle
Saturday, February 26 @ San Jose
Monday, February 28 @ Los Angeles
Tuesday, March 1 @ Anaheim
Thursday, March 3 @ Vegas
Saturday, March 5 @ Columbus
Monday, March 7 vs. Los Angeles
Thursday, March 10 vs. Chicago
Saturday, March 12 vs. Arizona
Tuesday, March 15 @ Chicago
Wednesday, March 16 @ Minnesota
Friday, March 18 @ Winnipeg
Monday, March 21 vs. Montreal
Tuesday, March 22 @ N.Y. Islanders
Thursday, March 24 vs. Tampa Bay
Saturday, March 26 vs. N.Y. Islanders
Tuesday, March 29 vs. Toronto
Thursday, March 31 vs. New Jersey
Saturday, April 2 vs. Columbus
Monday, April 4 @ Columbus
Tuesday, April 5 @ Detroit
Friday, April 8 @ Tampa Bay
Sunday, April 10 @ Washington
Tuesday, April 12 vs. St. Louis
Thursday, April 14 vs. Ottawa
Saturday, April 16 vs. Pittsburgh
Tuesday, April 19 @ St. Louis
Thursday, April 21 @ Pittsburgh
Saturday, April 23 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Sunday, April 24 @ N.Y. Rangers
Tuesday, April 26 vs. Florida
Thursday, April 28 vs. Buffalo
Friday, April 29 @ Toronto