Each NHL team’s 2017-18 season bye week in 1 complete list

In the event the slate of NHL games appears a little thin this month, you happen to be possibly catching a team inside the midst of its league-wide mandated bye week. Bear in mind that entertaining five-day break exactly where your hockey team wasn’t playing final season? Nicely it really is back, people!

In case you missed it, the NHL provides just about every team in the league a mandated five-day “bye week” thanks to the terms and conditions agreed upon within the latest collective bargaining agreement. Last year, the NHL had bye weeks from January to March, spreading out the schedule a bit so the league could pace itself.

Even so, final season the teams coming off the break had, at a single point, a combined 8-14-4 record by March as they were facing teams that had not come off a break in their initially game back.

To combat that issue, the NHL now has 15 teams taking a bye within the very first week then the remaining 16 teams to cover a span of two weeks. Sunday Jan. 7 started the first bye week, with days off ranging from five to seven. To help you preserve track of when your preferred team goes on a bye, we place collectively this extensive list of all 31 teams’ dates.

Atlantic Division

Boston Bruins: Jan. 8-12
Buffalo Sabres: Jan. 12-17
Detroit Red Wings: Jan. 8-12
Florida Panthers: Jan. 13-18
Montreal Canadiens: Jan. 8-12
Ottawa Senators: Jan. 11-17
Tampa Bay Lightning: Jan. 12-17
Toronto Maple Leafs: Jan. 11-15

Metropolitan Division

Carolina Hurricanes: Jan. 15-19
Columbus Blue Jackets: Jan. 13-17
New Jersey Devils: Jan. 8-12
New York Islanders: Jan. 8-12
New York Rangers: Jan. 8-12
Philadelphia Flyers: Jan. 8-12
Pittsburgh Penguins: Jan. 8-12
Washington Capitals: Jan. 13-17

Central Division

Chicago Blackhawks: Jan. 15-19
Colorado Avalanche: Jan. 7-12
Dallas Stars: Jan. 7-12
Minnesota Wild: Jan. 15-19
Nashville Predators: Jan. 10-15
St. Louis Blues: Jan. 10-15
Winnipeg Jets: Jan. 14-19

Pacific Division

Anaheim Ducks: Jan. 7-12
Arizona Coyotes: Jan. 7-11
Calgary Flames: Jan. 15-19
Edmonton Oilers: Jan. 14-19
Los Angeles Kings: Jan. 7-12
San Jose Sharks: Jan. 8-12
Vancouver Canucks: Jan. 15-19
Vegas Golden Knights: Jan. 8-12