Here’s something to liven up what is otherwise one of the dullest off seasons in recent memory: The Caps have released the schedule for next season.
In a shocking turn of events, half the games are road games! Let’s look together.
Summer just started but winter is coming, specifically on October 10th, when the Washington Capitals’ 2015-16 season kicks off with an opener against the New Jersey Devils and a four-game homestand. Yeah, the schedule has been released. You can view every game for every team, or you can hop on down here and view the Caps schedule in whatever cheesy format I can make fit here.
Hey everybody. Happy summer and everything, but I’ve gotta remind you: Winter is coming.
The NHL has released the 2014-15 schedule. In a stunning development the Caps will play 82 games with just about half of them at home. Weird how it always works out like that. Venture below for the full thingy and instant, totally shallow analysis.
The Southeast Division is no more. Starting in October, the Washington Capitals will be competing in a value-sized version of the Patrick Division from days gone by– now known as The Metropolitan Division. It’ll be a tough going, but at least now we’ve got specifics. The NHL has finally released the upcoming season schedule, and we’ve got your breakdown right here.
Well, there’s 82 games.
Some of them are on the road. Some of them are at home. About 50/50, I suppose.
More summertime analysis behind the jump, plus the whole dang sched.
Hot off the presses, people!
Follow us past the jump to feast your eyes on all 82 games along with our knee-jerk reactions.