The St. Louis Blues and the National Hockey League (NHL) announced the 2017-18 regular season schedule on Thursday. The Blues will visit the Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins in their regular season opener on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. The following game, the Blues will host former head coach Ken Hitchcock and the Dallas Stars in their regular season home opener on Saturday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. at Scottrade Center.

Overall, the Blues’ schedule features a total of 15 home games on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Blues fans can currently purchase 2017-18 season tickets and partial plan packages. The on-sale date for single-game tickets will be announced at a later date.

The Blues will play 29 games within the division, including five with Colorado, Dallas, Minnesota, Nashville, and Winnipeg, as well as four with Chicago. The Blues will host the division-rival Blackhawks twice, including Wednesday, Oct. 18, and the final regular season home game, on Wednesday, Apr. 4. To fulfill the 82-game slate, the Blues will face each of the remaining Western Conference teams three times, as well as participate in a home-and-home series with each Eastern Conference team.

Other notable regular season dates include the club’s first trip to Las Vegas to face the expansion Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday, Oct. 21, while the Golden Knights will make their inaugural visit to Scottrade Center on Thursday, Jan. 4.

The Blues will face the Nashville Predators in a rematch of the Western Conference Semifinals on Friday, Nov. 24, at Scotttrade Center, as a part of a three-game homestand surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday. The Penguins will make their lone trip to Scottrade Center on Sunday, Feb. 11, while the Blues will finish the regular season schedule in Colorado on Saturday, Apr. 7.

St. Louis Blues 2017-18 Regular Season Schedule

Oct. 4 @ Pittsburgh
Oct. 7 vs. Dallas
Oct. 9 @ NY Islanders
Oct. 10 @ NY Rangers
Oct. 12 @ Florida
Oct. 14 @ Tampa Bay
Oct. 18 vs. Chicago
Oct. 19 @ Colorado
Oct. 21 @ Vegas
Oct. 25 vs. Calgary
Oct. 27 @ Carolina
Oct. 28 vs. Columbus
Oct. 30 vs. Los Angeles
Nov. 2 vs. Philadelphia
Nov. 4 vs. Toronto
Nov. 7 @ New Jersey
Nov. 9 vs. Arizona
Nov. 11 vs. NY Islanders
Nov. 13 @ Calgary
Nov. 16 @ Edmonton
Nov. 18 @ Vancouver
Nov. 21 vs. Edmonton
Nov. 24 vs. Nashville
Nov. 25 vs. Minnesota
Nov. 29 vs. Anaheim
Dec. 1 vs. Los Angeles
Dec. 2 @ Minnesota
Dec. 5 @ Montreal
Dec. 7 vs. Dallas
Dec. 9 @ Detroit
Dec. 10 vs. Buffalo
Dec. 12 vs. Tampa Bay
Dec. 14 vs. Anaheim
Dec. 16 vs. Winnipeg
Dec. 17 @ Winnipeg
Dec. 20 @ Calgary
Dec. 21 @ Edmonton
Dec. 23 @ Vancouver
Dec. 27 vs. Nashville
Dec. 29 @ Dallas
Dec. 30 vs. Carolina
Jan. 2 vs. New Jersey
Jan. 4 vs. Vegas
Jan. 6 @ Philadelphia
Jan. 7 @ Washington
Jan. 9 vs. Florida
Jan. 16 @ Toronto
Jan. 18 @ Ottawa
Jan. 20 vs. Arizona
Jan. 23 vs. Ottawa
Jan. 25 vs. Colorado
Jan. 30 vs. Montreal
Feb. 1 @ Boston
Feb. 3 @ Buffalo
Feb. 6 vs. Minnesota
Feb. 8 vs. Colorado
Feb. 9 @ Winnipeg
Feb. 11 vs. Pittsburgh
Feb. 13 @ Nashville
Feb. 16 @ Dallas
Feb. 20 vs. San Jose
Feb. 23 vs. Winnipeg
Feb. 24 @ Nashville
Feb. 27 @ Minnesota
Feb. 28 vs. Detroit
Mar. 3 @ Dallas
Mar. 8 @ San Jose
Mar. 10 @ Los Angeles
Mar. 12 @ Anaheim
Mar. 15 vs. Colorado
Mar. 17 vs. NY Rangers
Mar. 18 @ Chicago
Mar. 21 vs. Boston
Mar. 23 vs. Vancouver
Mar. 24 @ Columbus
Mar. 27 vs. San Jose
Mar. 30 @ Vegas
Mar. 31 @ Arizona
Apr. 2 vs. Washington
Apr. 4 vs. Chicago
Apr. 6 @ Chicago
Apr. 7 @Colorado