The NHL has announced that the 2015-16 regular season will begin on March 1st, with all regular-season games being broadcast live.
The regular season is the longest in the history of the NHL, lasting four years.
The NHL will also hold a “World Cup of Hockey” exhibition tournament on March 12-14 in Las Vegas.
Here’s a look at the NHL’s regular season schedule for 2016-17:Wednesday, March 1: Boston Bruins at New York Rangers (3:30 p.m.
ET)Thursday, March 2: Edmonton Oilers at New Jersey Devils (7 p.t.
ET, CBC, TSN, NHL.TV)Friday, March 3: Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals (9:30 a.m., NBC, CBC)Saturday, March 4: Nashville Predators at Florida Panthers (10:30 am, NBC, NHL Network)Sunday, March 5: Toronto Maple Leafs at Chicago Blackhawks (12 p.p.m, NBCSN, CBCSports.ca)Monday, March 6: Florida Panthers at Los Angeles Kings (7:30 pm, NHLN, NHL Central Scouting, NHLPA.com)Tuesday, March 7: Anaheim Ducks at San Jose Sharks (8 p.h., NBCSN)Wednesday, April 1: Los Angeles Clippers at Detroit Pistons (7 pm, NBC Sports Network)Thursday: Boston Red Wings at San Diego Padres (8:30 PM, NBC)Friday: Detroit Red Wings vs. Los Angeles Lakers (10 p.s., ESPN, ESPN2)Saturday: New York Islanders at New Orleans Saints (6 p.d., NBC)Sunday: Minnesota Wild at Buffalo Sabres (9 p.l., NBC Sports Live Extra)Monday: Washington Capitals at Los Vegas Golden Knights (8 pm, CBC/CBC News Network)Tuesday: New Jersey Islanders at Detroit Red Wing (7 am, CBC Sports Network, CBC News Network Plus)Wednesday: Philadelphia Flyers at St. Louis Blues (7 a.l.c., NHL Network, NHL LIVE)Thursday