The Bruins continued their six-game preseason schedule with three road games and three games at the Garden. The schedule is as follows:
Sunday, September 26 at the Washington Capitol (5 p.m., Capital One Arena)
Tuesday, September 28 at the New York Rangers (7 p.m., Madison Square Garden)
Thursday, September 30 vs. Philadelphia Flyers (7 p.m., TD Garden)
Saturday, October 2 v. New York Rangers (7 p.m., TD Garden)
Monday, October 4 at the Philadelphia Flyers (7 p.m., Wells Fargo Center)
Wednesday, October 6 vs. Washington Capitals (7 p.m., TD Garden)
According to the league’s new broadcast partner ESPN, the NHL is set to release its full 2021-22 schedule on Thursday, which includes a break for the Olympics from February 5-22, regardless of the time it takes for NHL players to attend. A deal is involved. The games have not been finalized yet.
This schedule release will be part of the busy week of the league. On Wednesday, it will hold an expansion draft for the Seattle Kraken, losing one of the B’s set qualified players, a group that includes Nick Ritchie, Conor Clifton, Jeremy Lauzon and Curtis Lazar. Then the amateur draft will be held on the Friday and Saturday before the free agent frenzy begins on July 28.