The NHL has announced the revised schedule for NHL teams that have had games postponed due to COVID. Most of the games will be made up during what was going to be the break for NHL athletes who wanted to play in the Olympics. The Dallas Stars were lucky when it came to the rescheduling.The NHL also mentioned that with this schedule change that they all teams will be able to complete a full season.
The Dallas Stars announced this afternoon when their 6 postponed games will be made up.
"The Stars’ updated home schedule is as follows:• vs. Nashville (originally scheduled for Dec. 27) will now be Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.• vs. Winnipeg (originally scheduled for Dec. 22) will now be Friday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m.• vs. Colorado (originally scheduled for Dec. 31) will now be Sunday, Feb. 13 at 1 p.m.The Stars’ updated road schedule is as follows:• at Colorado (originally scheduled for Dec. 29) will now be Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 8 p.m.• at Chicago (originally scheduled for Dec. 23) will now be Friday, Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m.• at Arizona (originally scheduled for Jan. 2) will now be Sunday, Feb. 20 at 6 p.m."
It was also announced by the Vancouver Canucks today that the start time for the April 18 home game against the Stars has been changed to 7:30 PM PT (originally 6:00 PM PT).
Luckily for the the Stars, they have their rescheduled games spread out and wont have to go back to back for most of them. I recommend to our Blackout Dallas readers to mark these new dates down in your calendar so you don’t miss these games. They are all divisional games that could be pivotal to a Stars playoff run if it comes down to that.
Hopefully we wont have anymore game postponements due to COVID for the remainder of the season. But if the Stars do have anymore postponements, I have full faith in the NHL to reschedule them quickly as possible.