The Bruins and the rest of the NHL found out their schedule for the 2013-14 schedule on Friday afternoon, and with the return to the 82-game schedule this season, the B’s will get a look at the entire league.
After getting a quick glance at the Bruins’ schedule, there are a handful of games that stand out right away. Here’s a quick look at some of the games to watch this season.
Thursday, Oct. 3 versus Tampa Bay — The season and home opener. Enough said.
Saturday, Oct. 5 versus Detroit — The Red Wings come to town for the first time as a member of the Eastern Conference and the Atlantic Division.
Thursday, Oct. 24 versus San Jose — Joe Thornton returns as the Sharks come to Boston.
Wednesday, Oct. 30 at Pittsburgh — The first meeting for these two Eastern Conference powers since the B’s swept the Penguins.
Tuesday, Nov. 5 versus Dallas — Tyler Seguin returns to Boston for the first time since being traded this summer.
Saturday, Nov. 9 versus Toronto — The two teams’ first matchup si...