St. Louis Blues 2020-2021 season schedule announced

St. Louis Blues

St. Louis Blues’ Robert Thomas (18), right, is congratulated by teammate David Perron (57) after scoring a goal during the second period of an NHL hockey game against the Chicago Blackhawks Tuesday Feb. 25, 2020, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Scott Kane)

ST. LOUIS, Mo- The National Hockey league announced a schedule for the upcoming season Wednesday, with training camps officially set to open January 3. For this season only, the St. Louis Blues will be in the Western Division, facing off against Anaheim, Arizona, Colorado, Los Angeles, San Jose, Las Vegas and Minnesota.

To cut down on travel, teams will have back-to-back games or two games in three days against opponents in a 56-game season.

The Blues start the season on the road against the Colorado Avalanche with a two-game series starting January 13. The home opener is January 18 against San Jose. To start the season, fans will not yet be allowed at Enterprise Center.

The Blues will get their first crack against former teammate and captain Alex Pietrangelo when St. Louis travels to Las Vegas January 26. The Golden Knights will return the favor March 12.

2020-21 Regular Season Schedule


Jan. 13 at Colorado Avalanche
Jan. 15 at Colorado Avalanche
Jan. 18 vs. San Jose Sharks
Jan. 20 vs. San Jose Sharks
Jan. 23 vs. Los Angeles Kings
Jan. 24 vs. Los Angeles Kings
Jan. 26 at Vegas Golden Knights
Jan. 28 at Vegas Golden Knights
Jan. 30 at Anaheim Ducks
Jan. 31 at Anaheim Ducks


Feb. 2 vs. Arizona Coyotes
Feb. 4 vs. Arizona Coyotes
Feb. 6 vs. Colorado Avalanche
Feb. 7 vs. Colorado Avalanche
Feb. 9 at Minnesota Wild
Feb. 11 at Minnesota Wild
Feb. 13 at Arizona Coyotes
Feb. 15 at Arizona Coyotes
Feb. 18 vs. San Jose Sharks
Feb. 20 vs. San Jose Sharks
Feb. 22 vs. Los Angeles Kings
Feb. 24 vs. Los Angeles Kings
Feb. 26 at San Jose Sharks
Feb. 27 at San Jose Sharks


March 1 at Anaheim Ducks
March 3 at Anaheim Ducks
March 5 at Los Angeles Kings
March 6 at Los Angeles Kings
March 12 vs. Vegas Golden Knights
March 13 vs. Vegas Golden Knights
March 15 at Los Angeles Kings
March 17 at Los Angeles Kings
March 19 at San Jose Sharks
March 20 at San Jose Sharks
March 26 vs. Anaheim Ducks
March 27 vs. Anaheim Ducks
March 29 vs. Arizona Coyotes
March 31 vs. Arizona Coyotes


April 3 at Colorado Avalanche
April 5 vs. Vegas Golden Knights
April 7 vs. Vegas Golden Knights
April 9 vs. Minnesota Wild
April 11 vs. Minnesota Wild
April 15 at Arizona Coyotes
April 17 at Arizona Coyotes
April 20 at Colorado Avalanche
April 22 vs. Colorado Avalanche
April 24 vs. Colorado Avalanche
April 26 at Minnesota Wild
April 28 at Minnesota Wild
April 30 vs. Minnesota Wild


May 1 vs. Minnesota Wild
May 3 vs. Anaheim Ducks
May 5 vs. Anaheim Ducks
May 7 at Vegas Golden Knights
May 8 at Vegas Golden Knights

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