The New York Islanders will play even more games at their original barn this season than they initially planned.
Seven additional contests originally scheduled for the Barclays Center in Brooklyn will now be hosted at Nassau Coliseum, the club announced Monday.
Here are the games being relocated (all start times are 7 p.m. ET):
Sunday, Oct. 6 vs. Winnipeg Jets
Tuesday, Oct. 8, vs. Edmonton Oilers
Sunday, Oct. 27, vs. Philadelphia Flyers
Thursday, Jan. 2, vs. New Jersey Devils
Monday, Jan. 6, vs. Colorado Avalanche
Thursday, Jan. 16, vs. New York Rangers
Tuesday, Feb. 25, vs. New York Rangers
That brings the total number of games the Islanders will play at the Coliseum up to 28 for the upcoming campaign, with the remaining 13 home dates scheduled for Barclays Center.
New York will open its 2019-20 regular-season slate Oct. 4 at the Coliseum against the Washington Capitals.
The Islanders played exclusively at Nassau from their inception in 1972 until 2015.