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New Jersey Devils 2023-24 Schedule

Devils season and home opener on Oct. 12th vs. Detroit Red Wings.



Devils schedule

Newark, NJ – The New Jersey Devils schedule is released for the 2023-24 season.

The Devils schedule shows the season and home opener will be on October 12th vs. the Detroit Red Wings. It will be a three-game homestand as the Devils will also host the Arizona Coyotes the following night on October 13th. A few days later, the Devils will take on the runner-up Florida Panthers on Oct. 16th.

As for some in-division rival games throughout the 2023-24 season, the Devils schedule shows New Jersey will take on the rival New York Rangers four times next season. Their first two meetings will be at Prudential Center on November 18th and February 22nd. The Devils will visit Madison Square Garden on March 11th and April 3rd.

The Devils also shows New Jersey will face the New York Islanders in four separate bouts. Two at home, and two visiting UBS Arena. The Devils will head to Long Island to play the Islanders on Oct. 20th, then not again until the second half of the season on March 24th. At home, the Devils will host the Islanders on November 28th and April 15th.

New Jersey certainly has a favorable schedule in terms of road trips. No road trip this season is more than four games. The longest stretch of road games will be across seven days from March 11th through March 17th when they take on the Rangers, Dallas Stars, Arizona Coyotes, and Stanley Cup Champions, Vegas Golden Knights. Including the March road trip, New Jersey will have four separate four-game road trips.

The toughest hill on the Devils’ schedule to climb will be the back-to-back games. The Devils are set to play in 16 of those this season.

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