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The season starts on October 1st and the Pens play game number one at home on Friday October 2nd against the New York Rangers.
The banner will be raised.
The next day they play in Long Island.
On October 3rd all 30 teams will be in action.
October will see then play in a four game road trip followed by a five game homestand.
The Pens have five 1:00 starts.
Four on Saturday and one on Sunday.
They make their Hockey Night in Canada season debut on October 10th in Toronto.
There's a five game road trip in January where the Pens visit Toronto, Minnesota, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
Detroit visits Pittsburgh on January 31st.
Marian Hossa and the Chicago Blackhawks come to the Mellon on December 5th.
Hal Gill returns with the Habs on October 28th.
The Pens play Rob Scuderi in LA on November 5th.
The Kings don't visit Pittsburgh.
The Pens visit Ryan Whitney and the Ducks on November 3rd.
The Ducks play in Pittsburgh on November 16th.
Along with the Kings, the Blue Jackets, Sharks, Flames, Oilers and Canucks won't see the Mellon Arena in the regular season.
Ovechkin doesn't step into the Igloo until January 21st, and the Flyers first play in Pittsburgh on December 15th.
They go on another five game road trip in March.
Carolina, New Jersey, Tampa Bay, New Jersey and Boston.
The Pens have a huge six game homestand towards the end of the schedule.
Philadelphia, Toronto, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Washington, Islanders.
They end the season on the road against Atlanta and the Islanders.
The Olympic break takes place at the end of February.
The Pens are off between their February 14th game against Nashville and their March 2nd game against Buffalo.