The National Hockey League announced its broadcast schedule for the 2022-23 season on Wednesday afternoon and the Buffalo Sabers have 12 national broadcasts, including four on TNT and eight on ESPN+/Hulu.
Sabers games on TNT are Nov. 2 vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 30 at Detroit, Dec. 7 at Columbus (matchup moved from 7 to 7:30), and Feb. 1 vs. Carolina (moved from 7 to 7:30). ).
The Sabers games that will be exclusive to the ESPN+ and Hulu subscription streaming services are Nov. 4 at Carolina, Dec. 27 at Columbus, Jan. 28 at Minnesota, Feb. 21 vs. Toronto, February 28 vs. Columbus, March 2 at Boston, March 7 at New York Islanders and March 25, also at Islanders.
The two games against Columbus, the home game against Toronto, and the game in Boston were moved to 7:30 from the originally scheduled time of 7:00 p.m. The March 25 game against the Islanders at UBS Arena was moved to 5:00 pm :30.
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The national schedule leaves 70 games for local Sabers telecasts on MSG, beginning with the season and home opener Oct. 13 against Ottawa.
Additionally, the NHL moved the Oct. 20 Sabers game in Calgary to 9:30 p.m. ET from 9:00 p.m. and moved the Nov. 25 Black Friday home game against New Jersey to 8:00 p.m. 7:30.
The Sabers will open training camp Sept. 22 at KeyBank Center, with the exhibition schedule opening Sept. 25 in Washington.