The Ducks visit Chris Pronger and the Philadelphia Flyers on Oct. 10.Sammy Pahlsson Night is Oct. 24 when the Columbus Blue Jackets visit Honda Center. Brian Burke/Francois Beauchemin Night is October 26 against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Then there’s the other five months, not to mention the Olympic break in February. In all, it’s not a bad schedule for the Ducks: They start the season at home (10/3 against San Jose), end the season at home (4/11 against Edmonton) and the longest road trip in between is a six-game, 12-day stretch at the end of January.
Also, in response to fan feedback, the team will host six Saturday games this year. Only eight home games prior to this season have fallen on a Saturday.
For the Ducks’ complete 2009-10 schedule, click here.