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Get your calendars out, Jets fans; the 2019-20 National Hockey League regular-season schedule is here.
The league revealed the 82-game schedule for all 31 teams Tuesday.
The Jets kick off the season with four games on the road, beginning with a date at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 3 against the New York Rangers, as reported last week, as was their home-opener date Oct. 10 at Bell MTS Place against the Minnesota Wild.
The Jets will head to Regina for the 2019 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic versus the Calgary Flames on Oct. 26.
Also notable is the return of defenceman Jacob Trouba when the Rangers pay a visit Feb. 11.
The Jets will have their longest homestand of the season, six games, Feb. 8-18. And including their season-opening trip, they hit the road three times to play four consecutive games.
February is the team's most hectic month with 15 games in 29 days. In total, the Jets will play 10 back-to-backs this season.
But they will have a chance to rest up with five days off after the 2020 NHL All-Star Game weekend in St. Louis Jan. 24-25.
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