AHL Updates Scheduling And Divisions For 2021/22

The AHL finalizes scheduling details for the 2021-22 season –

The American Hockey League is set to begin their 2021-22 regular season on Oct. 15, 2021 with a new scheduling format as well.

Part of the process, for the 2021-22 season is for teams in the Atlantic, North and Central Divisions to have the option of playing either 76 or 72 games, while teams in the Pacific Division will play 68 games.  There will be a yet to be determined increase in the number of teams qualifying for the Calder Cup Playoffs each year. Details to come.

Closer to home, the Manitoba Moose will play 72 games during the 2021-22 AHL Regular Season.

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The AHL updated their divisional alignment for the 2021-22 AHL season.  The Moose will return to the Central Division along with:

Chicago Wolves (Carolina Hurricanes)
Grand Rapids Griffins (Detroit Red Wings)
Iowa Wild (Minnesota Wild)
Milwaukee Admirals (Nashville Predators)
Rockford IceHogs (Chicago Blackhawks)
Texas Stars (Dallas Stars)

Chicago, Grand Rapids and Milwaukee will play 76 games in 2021-22 while Iowa, Rockford and Texas will play 72 games in the upcoming campaign.

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