Devils Schedule Revisions Announced

The Devils PR team released news of the team’s schedule revision for games postponed during the 2021-22 season.

The press release said that the “comprehensive update to the 2021-22 regular-season schedule” is “one that will enable all 32 teams to complete their respective 82-game slates by the regular-season’s original closing date of Friday, April 29.”

The press release states that the Devils have eight games re-scheduled (including “postponements, flipping of games and date changes of future matchups”).

Three home games will be affected: February 13 against the Pittsburgh Penguins, February 15 against the Tampa Bay Lightning and April 7 against the Montreal Canadiens. The February 13 game against the Pens will replace a home game that was initially to be played on February 24.

The first road games affected during the February break formerly known as the Olympic Break will see these on their new dates and times: January 31 at the Toronto Maple Leafs (7:30 PM), February 7 at the Ottawa Senators (7 PM), February 8 at the Montreal Canadiens (7 PM) and February 10 at the St. Louis Blues (7 PM). These are the new days and times.

From there, the Devils will return home to play the Penguins on February 13 at 1 PM and February 15 against the Lightning at 7 PM. On February 24, they travel to Pittsburgh at 7 PM and then wrap up their re-scheduled games (after a March of regularly scheduled games) on April 7 at home against Montreal at 7 PM.

The press release notes that anyone who bought tickets or prepaid parking for the original dates can use them for the re-scheduled games. Season ticket members should contact their account manager with questions Those who purchased through Ticketmaster, the release says, will receive communication directly through Ticketmaster. Tickets will be honored for the new dates through Ticketmaster as well.

If you have tickets for any of these games that were purchased through a secondary marketplace, like StubHub or Seat Geek, the Devils advise contacting their individual customer service departments should you have questions. Good luck with that.

Hopefully all of this makes sense. We will try to keep updates along the way should anything further change with the Devils schedule.