When does the 2015-16 NHL season start?

When does the 2015-16 NHL season start?

NHL announces 2015-16 season schedule. NEW YORK – The NHL’s 2015-16 regular season will commence on Wednesday, Oct. 7, with a four-game slate, highlighted by the raising their third championship banner in the past six seasons.

When is the first day of the NHL season?

The 1,230-game regular-season schedule – 82 games per team – will conclude on Saturday, April 9, with all 30 teams in action. After clinching the Stanley Cup on home ice for the first time since 1938, the Blackhawks will raise their sixth championship banner on opening night before playing the New York Rangers.

What are the four divisions of the NHL?

For the 2020-21 season, the NHL was realigned into four divisions: MassMutual East, Discover Central, Honda West and Scotia North, with a 56-game regular season featuring only intradivisional play. The top four teams in each division will qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which will follow the traditional best-of-seven, four-round format.

How is the number of games won determined in the NHL?

The greater number of games won, excluding games won by Shootout. This figure is reflected in the ROW column. The greater number of games won by the Club in any manner (i.e, “Total Wins”). This figure is reflected in the W column.

2015–16 NHL season League National Hockey League Sport Ice hockey Duration October 7, 2015 – June 12, 2016 Number of games 82

When do the playoffs start for the NHL?

The 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs following the regular season began on April 13 and ended June 12 with the Pittsburgh Penguins winning their fourth Stanley Cup. None of the seven Canadian-based teams qualified for the playoffs; this was the second season in league history that the playoff field consisted of only United States-based teams.

What is the salary cap for the NHL?

In December 2014, commissioner Gary Bettman told teams that he projected the salary cap to increase to at least $73 million for the 2015–16 season, citing the fluctuating value of the Canadian dollar. The cap was ultimately set at $71.4 million.

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