The NHL season is underway, and in Canada, that means that the games are a little less than two hours away from you.
But how long does it take for a game to start?
This is an interesting question to ponder as we head into a busy NHL season, as we will see that most games don’t start until about one hour after the NHL regular season ends.
However, in some markets, games start before the NHL starts, and this is where you will see a few games start early and others start later.
Here is a quick breakdown of the NHL season so far, and how long it takes to play each game: Ontario: Game 2 of the Stanley Cup final against the Florida Panthers at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday, June 15 will begin at 6 p.m.
ET (6 p.mm. local time), according to NHL.ca.
The game will air on CBC-TV and Sportsnet One, and is expected to air on the CBC Sports app.
Calgary: Game 3 of the Western Conference finals against the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday, June 16 will begin the following day at 7 p.d.
The Flames will be in their first-ever trip to Chicago, and will be playing at the United Center in Chicago.
Vancouver: Game 4 of the second-round series against the San Jose Sharks on Sunday will start at 9 p.t.m., according to CBC.ca, which will be available on the NHL app and the CBCSports app.
Edmonton: Game 5 of the first-round playoff series against Edmonton at Rogers Place will begin on Thursday, June 19 at 6:30 p.p.m.; and will air CBC Sports and CBC Radio One in Canada and in the United States.
Calgary Flames vs. San Jose Earthquakes Game 5 is scheduled for 6 p,m.
PT on Thursday June 19.
Game 6 is expected for 8 p,p.p., CBC, and CBCSports will be airing in Canada.
Quebec City: Game 7 of the Quebec City Barracuda’s first-rounder against the Vancouver Whitecaps will begin Friday, June 20 at 7:30 a.m.(7:30am local time) and will also be available online and on the Rogers Centre app and Rogers mobile app, according to the team’s official website.
Ottawa: Game 8 of the fourth-round playoffs against the Montreal Impact will begin Thursday, July 7 at 7 a.i.m.: (7:45am local and 7:45pm local time, respectively).
The game is scheduled to air CBCSports Network and CBC-Radio One in the region, and also will be aired on CBC TV and Rogers Mobile.
Montreal Impact vs. Ottawa Fury Game 8 is scheduled at 7.30 a.,m.
MT on Thursday July 7.
Winnipeg: Game 9 of the third-round round against the Ottawa Fury will begin Saturday, July 10 at 5 p.n.m and will stream online and be available to watch via mobile devices.
Ottawa will play the New York Red Bulls at 7 am ET (7 am local), and Game 10 will be televised on CBC Sports Network.
New Brunswick: Game 11 of the Atlantic Division final will begin Sunday, July 11 at 6 a.a.m.—5 p.a.—and will be streamed online and streamed on the Ottawa Sun and Rogers TV app, as well as the CBC-Go app.
Game 12 will be broadcast on the radio on Saturday night at 7 pm ET.
Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs Game 12 is scheduled on Sunday afternoon at 8 p.s.m./5 p p.f.
The match will air live on CBC, the CBC Go app, and Rogers GO app.
New York Islanders vs. Buffalo Sabres Game 13 will begin Wednesday, July 15 at 5 a.p.—5 a.y.—and is scheduled live on the Montreal Sports radio network and the radio app, which is available on both mobile devices and desktop computers.
Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Bears Game 13 is scheduled Saturday, August 2 at 7 or 7:15 p.mn. on CBC Radio, CBC-Canada.ca and Rogers.ca respectively.
Vancouver Canadiens vs, Calgary Flames Game 13 can be seen on CBC One on Sunday at 9:30 and CBC Sports on the go.
Montreal Cougars vs. Nashville Predators Game 14 will begin Monday, August 8 at 6.p.(6:30pm local and 6:45 pm local time in the US and Canada).
The match is scheduled, according the team, to air live and on CBC and Rogers One in North America and on Sportsnet ONE in Canada; and on Rogers mobile apps in Canada as well.
Quebec Major Junior Hockey League vs. Florida Panthers Game 14 is scheduled Monday, July 16 at 5:30p.a.(5:30a.c. local and 5:45a.p.) and is scheduled online,