With a busy training camp set to begin tomorrow, the NHL is finally ready to begin rolling out a plan for training camp, according to NHL.com’s Adam Gretz.
The team is currently set to officially announce its official training camp roster for the 2018-19 season on Thursday, March 1st.
While this is the first training camp announcement of the 2018 season, it’s not necessarily the last one.
There are a number of changes in the NHL calendar that will have an impact on the team’s training camp schedule, as well as how the teams training camps are structured.
As the NHL continues to build out the 2019-20 schedule, the league has been rolling out new dates for its games.
While the schedule has changed several times in the past, it appears that the 2017-18 and 2016-17 seasons have been on the chopping block.
This season, the teams schedule has been delayed until February 10th, 2019.
That means the 2019 NHL schedule will be in place by March 1.
That means that the 2018 training camp will take place in Chicago, Minnesota, St. Louis, Edmonton, Ottawa and Buffalo.
The league is also working to get all the teams in the city of Chicago ready for the training camp.
The Blackhawks will hold their training camp on January 15th in St. Paul, Minnesota.
That will be followed by the Blues and Oilers on January 23rd, while the Ducks, Canucks, Islanders, Capitals, Hurricanes and Stars will be all in town on February 4th.
The Blackhawks are the only team in the league that hasn’t been set up for a training camp in the last three seasons.
This means the Blackhawks will be the first team to practice in St Paul, after the season.
The Ducks are set to host their training camps in Eugene, Oregon, and in Calgary, Alberta, on January 11th and 14th, 2018.
The Oilers and Flames will also hold training camps at the end of March.
The Stars will play their training Camp in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 2nd, 2018, followed by their Camp in Anaheim, California, on March 5th.
The Canucks will play in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on April 2nd.
The Capitals will host their 2017-2018 training camp at Kettle Moraine, Alberta on March 13th, and will be back in Washington, D.C., on March 23rd.
The Stars will host an outdoor game in St Louis, Missouri, on May 15th.
Finally, the Blue Jackets will host a training Camp at Camp Ketchikan, Alaska, on June 4th, as will the Rangers.
The training camp for the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs is scheduled to begin in Tampa, Florida, on July 10th.