The Pittsburgh Penguins will begin their 56-game 2020-21 NHL season against their cross-state rival Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday, Jan. 13. The Penguins schedule will continue two days later when the Penguins finish their two-game set against Philadelphia.
The Penguins will play in the Atlantic Division against Philadelphia, Washington Capitals, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, and Buffalo Sabres. They will play each team eight times.
The Penguins’ first home games will Jan. 17 and 19 against the Washington Capitals.
The Penguins have several four-game road trips and four-game homestands. Their first four-game homestand will run from Jan. 17 to Jan. 24 against Washington and New York Rangers.
Pittsburgh Hockey Now reviewed the Penguins 2019-20 record against the temporary Atlantic Division.
The Penguins first set against new division rival Boston Bruins on Jan. 26 and 28 and will wrap the season with a set against the Buffalo Sabres on May 6 and 8.
Some details remain uncertain as the North Division with the seven Canadian teams has not yet finalized where teams will play. Canadian authorities have not yet given the NHL teams clearance to play in their home arenas.
Pittsburgh Penguins Schedule