The NHL has rescheduled the seven postponed Canucks games that were to occur between March 31 and April 14. As a result, Vancouver's regular-season slate will now end on May 16.
Here are the rescheduled contests:
All times in p.m. EST.
|Away||Home||Original date||New date (Time)|
|Oilers||Canucks||May 4||April 16 (9:00)|
|Flames||Canucks||March 31||April 21 (10:00)|
|Canucks||Leafs||April 30||April 29 (7:30)|
|Canucks||Flames||April 10||May 3 (9:00)|
|Canucks||Oilers||April 3||May 4 (9:00)|
|Canucks||Oilers||April 12||May 8 (10:00)|
|Senators||Flames||April 20||May 9 (8:00)|
|Canucks||Jets||April 4||May 10 (8:00)|
|Canucks||Jets||April 6||May 11 (8:00)|
|Maple Leafs||Senators||May 10||May 12 (7:30)|
|Canucks||Oilers||April 14||May 13 (9:00)|
|Flames||Canucks||May 8||May 15 (TBD)|
|Canucks||Flames||April 8||May 16 (TBD)|
In addition to those changes, two other games will be played on the same dates as originally planned, but with new start times. The Maple Leafs-Canucks contest in Vancouver on April 19 will now begin at 9 p.m. ET instead of 10 p.m., and the Oilers' road game against the Montreal Canadiens on May 10 will now start at 7 p.m. instead of 5:30 p.m.
Nineteen Canucks players remain in COVID-19 protocol.
Entering the 2021 season, the NHL had planned to begin the Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 11. However, the league delayed that by a day in late March before pushing it even further Saturday. The final day of the regular season was originally May 8.