The NHL programmer continues to earn his paycheck. Today the league announced two dozen more schedule changes, moving games around to try and make sure all 31 teams play a 56-game season. The league has not only seen games postponed due to COVID-19 outbreaks, but also due to inclement weather conditions.

The following games have been postponed:

  • Tampa Bay in Dallas, February 18 to March 2
  • Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, April 13 -> March 6
  • Nashville to Dallas, February 15 to March 7
  • Dallas to Columbus, March 15 -> March 14
  • Tampa Bay in Dallas, February 20 to March 16
  • Nashville to Dallas, February 16 to March 21
  • Florida to Tampa Bay, March 16 -> March 21
  • Saint-Louis, Colorado, April 20 -> April 2
  • Philadelphia to Boston, March 7 to April 5
  • Boston to Philadelphia, April 5 -> April 10
  • Dallas to Nashville, April 29 -> April 11
  • Philadelphia to Washington, February 9 -> April 13
  • Tampa Bay in Nashville, April 12 -> April 13
  • New York Islanders in Boston, April 14-15
  • Chicago to Nashville, April 4 to> 19
  • Colorado in Saint-Louis, February 7 to April 20
  • Philadelphia and NY Rangers, February 14 -> April 22
  • Dallas to Tampa Bay, March 1 to April 29
  • Dallas to Tampa Bay, May 4-5
  • Chicago at Carolina, February 20 -> May 6
  • Dallas to Tampa Bay, May 10-7
  • Dallas to Chicago, May 6 -> May 9
  • Carolina in Nashville, May 7 -> May 10
  • Dallas to Chicago, May 8 -> May 10

The following game will be postponed to a date to be announced later:

  • Tampa Bay in Florida, originally scheduled for May 6