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SD Gulls 2018-2019 Schedule Released

Discussion in 'Hockey' started by RaiderRay, Jul 11, 2018 at 3:30 PM.

  1. RaiderRay

    RaiderRay RIP SD Chargers..Go Any SD Team, Go Raiders Staff Member Administrator Podcaster

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    http://www.sandiegogulls.com/201819schedule/

    GULLS 2018-19 SEASON SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
    July 11, 2018

    The American Hockey League (AHL) today announced the complete regular-season schedule for the 2018-19 AHL campaign. The San Diego Gulls, primary AHL affiliate of the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL), will open the season on the road Saturday, Oct. 6 versus the Tucson Roadrunners at Tucson Convention Center Arena (7:05 p.m. PT). The Gulls will return home after the single-game trip at Tucson to host the Roadrunners on Friday, Oct. 12 for the team’s home opener at Valley View Casino Center (7 p.m.). All 34 Gulls’ home games during the 2018-19 season will begin at 7 p.m. PT.

    The Gulls will host 10 different Western Conference opponents at Valley View Casino Center as part of their 2018-19 schedule. The club will play 56 games against the Pacific Division’s other six clubs and 12 inter-conference games against five teams from the Central Division. San Diego will have 24 home weekend dates, including 12 contests on both Friday and Saturday evenings. The Gulls will also play 17 sets of back-to-back games throughout the season.

    San Diego’s 12-game season series with the Ontario Reign begins Oct. 13 at Citizens Business Bank Arena (6 p.m.) and Nov. 3 (6 p.m.). The rivalry will head to San Diego for six games at Valley View Casino Center, beginning on Wednesday, Nov. 21 in addition to Dec. 21, Feb. 1 and 6, Mar. 23 and Apr. 5. The remaining four contests in the Inland Empire will be held on Dec. 22 (6 p.m.), Jan. 6 (3 p.m.), Jan. 21 (3 p.m.) and Feb. 8 (7 p.m.).

    Download the 2018-19 Gulls schedule.

    San Diego’s inter-conference schedule will see the Gulls host the Milwaukee Admirals on Oct. 19, Manitoba Moose on Nov. 28 and 30, Texas Stars on Jan. 16, Iowa Wild on Feb. 2 and San Antonio Rampage on Feb. 23.

    Additional schedule highlights include San Diego hosting the AHL’s 31st club and newest Pacific Division member Colorado Eagles on four occasions, including Nov. 9 and 10 in addition to Mar. 8 and 9. San Diego will also host its annual Veterans Day game vs. Colorado (Nov. 10), a day-after Thanksgiving game vs. the Stockton Heat (Nov. 23) and the final regular-season home game on Apr. 10 vs. San Jose.

    San Diego will play two preseason games in 2018, a home-and-home series versus the Ontario Reign. The Gulls will visit Ontario on Thursday, Sept. 27 at Citizens Business Bank Arena (10 a.m.) and conclude their exhibition schedule on Monday, Oct. 1 at Honda Center (7 p.m.).
     
  2. RamAirVA

    RamAirVA New Name, Same Attitude

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    Man, already time to start thinking about pucks. Guess the Caps' playing into June has thrown my internal clock off a bit... :D
     
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    RaiderRay RIP SD Chargers..Go Any SD Team, Go Raiders Staff Member Administrator Podcaster

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    I'm ready for a new season of hockey!
     
  4. RamAirVA

    RamAirVA New Name, Same Attitude

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    Hell yes...checked out the Norfolk Admirals site today, their schedule will be coming soon

    You know them, the AHL team that became the Gulls and then got re-incarnated as an ECHL team (which it was before anyway).
     

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