New York Islanders' 2017-18 Schedule Announced
May 6, 2016; Brooklyn, NY, USA; New York Islanders center John Tavares (91) and New York Islanders right wing Kyle Okposo (21) and New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk (55) stand for the national anthem before the first period of game four of the second round of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

When the New York Islanders take the ice in October, the schedule will be very favorable.

The New York Islanders‘ 2017-18 schedule is finally here. The Isles open their season on October 6 in Columbus and come home the next night for their home opener against the Buffalo Sabres.

This year’s calendar is much kinder to the Isles, who had a three-week, nine-game road trip in March of last season. In 2017-18, they have no road trip longer than four contests and play eight of their last 11 at home.

Some key dates for this season:

  • The Isles and Rangers go at it four times this year: Oct. 21, Jan. 13, Feb. 15, and Apr. 5, with the latter two in Barclays Center.
  • The Vegas Golden Knights make their first appearance in Barclays Center on Oct. 30.
  • The Islanders have six Saturday night and five Friday night games at the Barc this season.
  • The defending champion Pittsburgh Penguins come to town on Jan. 5 and Mar. 20.
  • Newly acquired forward Jordan Eberle returns to Edmonton on March 8.

2017-18 New York Islanders Schedule:

  • October 6 @ Columbus
  • October 7 Vs Buffalo
  • October 9 Vs St. Louis
  • October 11 @ Anaheim
  • October 14 @ San Jose
  • October 15 @ Los Angeles
  • October 19 @ Rangers
  • October 21 Vs San Jose
  • October 24 Vs Arizona
  • October 26 @ Minnesota
  • October 28 @ Nashville
  • October 30 Vs Las Vegas
  • November 2 @ Washington
  • November 5 Vs Colorado
  • November 7 Vs Edmonton
  • November 10 @ Dallas
  • November 11 @ St. Louis
  • November 16 Vs Carolina
  • November 18 @ Tampa Bay
  • November 19 @ Carolina
  • November 22 Vs Philadelphia
  • November 24 @ Philadelphia
  • November 25 @ Ottawa
  • November 28 Vs Vancouver
  • December 1 Vs Ottawa
  • December 4 @ Florida
  • December 5 @ Tampa Bay
  • December 7 @ Boston
  • December 9 @ Pittsburgh
  • December 11 Vs Washington
  • December 13 Vs Dallas
  • December 14 @ Columbus
  • December 16 Vs Los Angeles
  • December 19 Vs Detroit
  • December 21 Vs Anaheim
  • December 23 Vs Winnipeg
  • December 27 Vs Buffalo
  • December 29 @ Winnipeg
  • December 31 @ Colorado
  • January 2 Vs Boston
  • January 4 @ Philadelphia
  • January 5 Vs Pittsburgh
  • January 7 Vs New Jersey
  • January 13 @ Rangers
  • January 15 @ Montreal
  • January 16 Vs New Jersey
  • January 18 Vs Boston
  • January 20 @ Chicago
  • January 22 @ Arizona
  • January 25 @ Las Vegas
  • January 30 Vs Florida
  • January 31 @ Toronto
  • February 2 Vs Columbus
  • February 5 Vs Nashville
  • February 8 @ Buffalo
  • February 9 Vs Detroit
  • February 11 Vs Calgary
  • February 13 Vs Columbus
  • February 15 Vs Rangers
  • February 16 @ Carolina
  • February 19 Vs Minnesota
  • February 22 @ Toronto
  • February 24 @ New Jersey
  • February 28 @ Montreal
  • March 2 Vs Montreal
  • March 3 @ Pittsburgh
  • March 5 @ Vancouver
  • March 8 @ Edmonton
  • March 11 @ Calgary
  • March 15 Vs Washington
  • March 16 @ Washington
  • March 18 Vs Carolina
  • March 20 Vs Pittsburgh
  • March 22 Vs Tampa Bay
  • March 24 Vs Chicago
  • March 26 Vs Florida
  • March 27 @ Ottawa
  • March 30 Vs Toronto
  • March 31 @ New Jersey
  • April 3 Vs Philadelphia
  • April 5 Vs Rangers
  • April 7 @ Detroit


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